Apaiser is elevating bathware to a new level – the level of couture.
June 14th, 2017
The design of your bathroom equals the fabric of your wellness, no one knows this better than apaiser. The company is globally recognised for their unique design and capacity for bespoke customisation, citing the passion that goes into creating each handcrafted piece as their inspiration. Creating unique designs and exploring endless possibilities is what they do well.
Constantly at the forefront of the latest design techniques and trends – such as their unique and exclusive apaisermarble – highly individual, timeless designs are what results. Fittingly, they refer to their work as Bath couture.
Their newest collection, the Zen range, epitomises the purity of design and the simplicity of form without elaborate distortion. Within it is a suite of bathware that invites you to focus on the total togetherness of body and mind.
Alternatively, the Chameleon Collection is driven by the desire to create a collection which is bold, distinctive and individual, yet like a Chameleon, the collection is totally adaptable to individuals varying tastes.
In a world of mass production and sameness, many of us seek something unique, unusual and extraordinary – you can find it at apaiser.
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