Cosmic Next – Rediscovering Retro, new freestanding bathroom accessories by Rogerseller.
April 19th, 2011
Fashion trends come around in cycles; there is always a feeling that “what comes next has already existed before.”
The Next range by Cosmic was born as a result of this idea; freestanding bathroom accessories that rediscover textures and materials.
Designed by Barcelona-based Ricard Ferrer, winner of the Expohogar Awards in 2001 and 2003, the Next range is a nod to the 60’s with Mod-style geometry of simple lines, updated with spun aluminium in black and silver finishes.
Available in May 2011, the range consists of a soap dish, tumbler, soap dispenser, toilet brush and bin. The sleek, effortless collection provides the finishing touches to add character to any bathroom.
Inspired by design, innovation and function, Rogerseller continues to deliver ideal solutions for your bathroom.
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