Effortless function and harmonious design are the hallmarks of the latest collection from Tilo Tapware.
May 8th, 2012
If consistent quality, design and practicality are important factors when browsing for bathroom and kitchen wares, then centre your attention on Tilo Tapware.
Tilo Tapware is an Australian importer, manufacturer and wholesale supplier of tapware mixers, kitchen sinks, pop-up wastes, bottletraps, vitreous basins, shower heads, arms and specialty spouts to mention a few.
And if you are a lover of architecturally designed curvature then the re-launched Cosmos Collection with its ergonomically friendly designs would be the perfect caterer for your needs.
This collection evokes a sense of peace and tranquility of the surrounding elements and features mixers which harness a 5 year manufacturer’s warranty fitted with German aerators, Australian certified flexi-hoses and Taiwanese ceramic disc cartridges for smooth, effortless operation and extended cartridge life.
The Cosmos tapware range includes sink mixers, wall shower mixers and basin mixers of various heights and styles.
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