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Wednesday, 31st July, 2019 4:22pm

If your bathroom is in need if a little refresh, look at this!

The Individual range by Vado is a collection of taps, showers and accessories available in six contemporary finishes.

Complementing contemporary trends for coloured and textured finishes, Vado’s revitalised Individual collection harnesses the industry’s most sought-after looks, while using pioneering brassware technology, to redefine bathroom design.

Brushed black, brushed gold, brushed nickel and bright gold finishes are available for retail markets, while brushed bronze and bright nickel are available exclusively for specifications and contract markets.

A dynamic finish with a unique, textural presence, brushed black guarantees timeless sophistication for the bolder bathroom statement.

Brushed bronze is also new to the Individual portfolio on a made-to-order basis, providing a rich touch of contemporary chic for an authentic, industrial appearance.

Angela Neve, Vado’s Product and Marketing Director, said: “We are delighted to launch this new range of high quality, modern finishes under the extended 15 year guarantee.

“This extensive range offers a multitude of bathroom options to create a broad range of distinct looks.

“With stock available for immediate dispatch, there’s no need for the long lead times you find with many tap finishes.”

With brushed black high on the agenda for contemporary bathroom designers, Neve added: “Following unprecedented enquiries, we are anticipating high demand for brushed black which is the perfect look for today’s modern bathroom.”

Each finish features new Aqua Armour technology which is a coating, designed by Vado, which the company says will provide a durable, long-lasting finish.

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