The brilliance of glass fronts this series of bathroom furnishings by Reiner Moll for Keuco.
July 4th, 2011
The Royal Reflex collection, designed by Reiner Moll of molldesign, Schwäbisch Gmünd, features furniture with reflective glass fronts, backed with finishes of printed wood patterns or coloured lacquers.
The robust safety glass fronts are framed to the left and right by aluminium handles which emphasise the clean modern design. The 6 different size options also means the collection can fit into bathrooms of varying dimensions.
Thoughtful, practical details have also been incorporated into the design: the vanity unit features a storage box made of solid beech wood that hangs on the drawer for easy access to daily bathroom items; the drawer includes an anti-slip mat; and drawer dividers can be easily repositioned to suit the user’s needs.
For those who require more storage, Royal Reflex offers 3 more pieces of furniture: a sideboard, a middle unit and a tall unit. The sideboard and the middle unit feature white glass cover plates, while the tall unit comes with coloured glass fronts as well as a mirrored surface.
Royal Reflex’s modern designs can be beautifully combined with the fittings and accessories in Keuco’s Plan blue or Elegance collections.
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