Abode, award-winning designer and distributor of market leading kitchen taps, sinks, bathroom taps & showering solutions is excited to unveil Kite, a brand new Bathroom Collection available in May 2022, which features a range of high-glamour taps and shower valves with diamond-style embossed handles.
Taking refined glamour to the next level with a subtle mix of past and present, the new Kite Bathroom Collection brought to you exclusively by Abode, is characterized by its slender proportions, and fusion-style aesthetic that suits both a contemporary and traditional décor.
Handcrafted in Italy, Kite is inspired by the classic elegance and enduring qualities of the Chesterfield sofa made popular in the Victorian era. The diamond-style embossed handles feature upon each product within the collection to provide a welcome contrast against crisp white sanitaryware that is beautiful and visually tactile.
“Offering a sophisticated timeless appeal, Kite introduces a signature style across essential bathroom components, where pattern and texture are king. We believe that our new Kite range provides a compelling way to add-value to turnkey bathroom projects and given the rise for original product innovations that are exclusive by design, Kite is well placed to fit-out any type of bathroom space with a complete range of basin, bath and shower brassware,” said Paul Illingworth, Design Manager at Abode.
The new Kite Bathroom Collection by Abode includes:
- Kite Basin Mixer – H193mm, £299 Chrome AB2741 | £399 Antique Brass AB2744
- Kite Tall Basin Mixer – H333mm, £399 Chrome AB2742 | £575 Antique Brass AB2745
- Kite Deck-mounted Bath Panel Valves (2) – H56mm, £399 Chrome AB2743 | £575 Antique Brass AB2746
- Kite Concealed Thermostatic Shower Vale (2 Exit) – H234 x W155mm, £849 Chrome AB4572 | £1,199 Antique Brass AB4573
- Plus, complementary shower heads & arms, bath & basin clicker wastes and overflows available
“The days of a ‘one size, fits all’ bathroom is a thing of the past and we are noting a growing desire for more specialist product designs, which add an extra layer of luxury and convenience. As the bathroom remains the one room in the home where privacy is still considered precious, it has become somewhat of an escape for many of us in recent months by providing a private sanctuary to relax and unwind. However, mastering the art of restraint is essential in the bathroom as you are typically working with a lesser footprint, and so opting for highly decorative brassware that is naturally attention-seeking is a great way to introduce ‘decoration’ without overwhelming the space,” said Leanne Adamson, Marketing Manager at Abode.
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