This collection of taps is at once on trend and timeless.
June 10th, 2016
Titled Milli, this tapware series has been drawn from the latest design cues, fusing minimalist, clean lines to create a very stylish set of taps. While tapware used to be a necessary, but relatively bland bathroom accessory, and usually only available in chrome, Milli is one of a number of new and more thoughtful, design-focused taps. At a glance, the collection is at once subtle and striking, modern and timeless – making its application in various bathroom settings close to infinite. Trend focused tapware may not be for everyone – but this set is understated enough to appeal more broadly.
Within the collection is Milli Pure. Defined by smooth lines, subtle curves and a pared-back form, the tap has been stripped of superfluous details. Elegant dial mixers can be installed to wall, basin or bath, tailored to any design vision in metallic finishes of rose gold, matte black, chrome and gun metal. Crisp lines and gentle arcs come together in a harmonious marriage of distinctive design influences. Milli Glance infuses the bathroom with a sense of grace and presence, achieving an organic simplicity borne from the merging of fine lines with fluid curves.
Milli Axon’s sheer, precise lines exude a blade-like perfection, made all the more striking by the contrast of bold metallic forms spliced with a matte black finish. Axon revolutionises the humble tap with its material combinations and its flawless profile.
Milli is available in Australia through Reece.
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