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Bring a spa feel to a home bathroom

Newly launched five-finish, two-handle brassware range opens up minimalist, less-is-more washroom specifications

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Bridging the old and new: Bristol Cross by Bagnodesign basin and bath mixers in Matt Black finish with countertop washbasin and freestanding bath tub.
Bridging the old and new: Bristol Cross by Bagnodesign basin and bath mixers in Matt Black finish with countertop washbasin and freestanding bath tub.

Bathroom brand Bagnodesign has launched two new ranges of brassware.

The Bristol collection of basin, shower and bath mixers has been designed to help specifiers re-create the ambience of an urban spa in the home bathroom environment.

The collection, which also includes basins and bath tubs, draws inspiration from mid-20th century design to bring classic elegance to the modern bathroom and it is hoped its smooth edges and refined finishes will appeal to designers looking to specify minimalistic chic and ‘less is more’ solutions.  

Bristol brassware is available in five finishes - Soft Bronze, PVD Santiago, Chrome, Brushed Nickel and Matt Black - and in two handles options: Linear and Cross.

The taps co-ordinate well with concrete and terrazzo bathroom designs to create a luxurious feel. 

The second new Bagnodesign collection, Orology, offers specifiers bathroom brassware designs inspired by the intricate tactile details and industrial feel of watch bezels. 

Orology basin, shower and bath mixers are available in five finishes: PVD Gold, Anthracite, Chrome, Brushed Nickel and Soft Bronze.

  • Bagndesign Bristol concealed basin mixer with Linear handle in Brushed Nickel.
    Bagndesign Bristol concealed basin mixer with Linear handle in Brushed Nickel.
  • Bristol by Bagnodesign with Cross handles in Santiago finish.
    Bristol by Bagnodesign with Cross handles in Santiago finish.
  • Bagnodesign Orology mixer in Anthracite finish with Orology wall-mounted, double drawer vanity unit.
    Bagnodesign Orology mixer in Anthracite finish with Orology wall-mounted, double drawer vanity unit.
  • Bagndesign Bristol concealed basin mixer with Linear handle in Brushed Nickel.
    Bagndesign Bristol concealed basin mixer with Linear handle in Brushed Nickel.
  • Bagnodesign Orology basin mixer in Soft Bronze finish showing bezel detailing.
    Bagnodesign Orology basin mixer in Soft Bronze finish showing bezel detailing.
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Bagnodesign by Sanipex Group is an expert in creating unique bathroom aesthetics using inspiring collections of luxury products.

Every range encompasses a standout look, combining elegance with high quality and durability.

For more information and technical support, visit bagnodesign.it

 

Contact:

01924 233977

info@sanipexgroup.co.uk


 

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