Developing an Italian-made bathroom tapware range that encapsulates the meaning of “style” is how the Abey’s Gareth Ashton Stile Range was born.
August 11th, 2017
Since 1956 Abey Australia has consistently set the bar higher and higher in the plumbing and building industry, and having spent the last twenty years defining such a huge spectrum of the Australian bathroom design market, it’s remarkable seeing the brand continue to flourish and innovate as it grows, which brings us to the Stile range.
With a continually growing portfolio of over 2500 products, Abey’s range is the staggering result of a 60-year commitment to product development, a focus on innovative approaches to materiality and finishes, coupled with a quest for improved quality. The Italian-made Stile range captures its namesake meaning of style. The Gareth Ashton range reflects the innovation and global design passion of Abey, bringing together unique design elements to create pieces that have a lasting impression. Possessing a styled minimalism, sleek lines and a balance of organic and angular shapes, the range is the perfect compliment to a modern space.
The Stile range is available in five modern metallic Finishes to suit every bathroom design and colour scheme. In addition to being modern, stylish and of impeccable quality, Stile tapware manages to be a highly affordable choice in bathroom design. The range’s unique-shaped spout and handles ensure it will leave a lasting impression in any bathroom.
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