Rogerseller leads new style direction in washbasins.
February 9th, 2010
Two new luxury washbasin ranges by leading Italian manufacturer Catalano have been added to Rogerseller’s prestigious range of washbasins.
A distinguished synthesis of elegance, functionality and innovation, the Catalano Projections range of washbasins represent the perfect balance between compact sizes and high functionality.
Integral to the cutting-edge design is the refined basin height (a minimal 60mm) and finer edge profile creating a more delicate, sophisticated style.
The overall shape expresses lightness whilst its ample basin serves as practical and functional solution.
The Catalano Projections range demonstrates a harmony of proportions evident in its refined balance of shapes, materials and dimensions.
The range is available in 3 widths of 900mm, 750mm and 420mm. The Projections washbasins can be wall-mounted, semi-bench mounted and bench-mounted, with integrated custom towel rails.
Catalano Nero brings a sense of sophistication and strength to the bathroom, with black adding a feeling of perspective and depth to its range of washbasins and toilet suite.
A modern contemporary take on the classic square, the form and high quality of the Italian-manufactured range are further enhanced by a colour that creates an impression of distinction and prestige.
Available exclusively through Rogerseller, the 70mm and 50mm washbasin range can be wall-hung, bench-mounted or semi-recessed and is further complemented by a wall-faced toilet.
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