Inspired by global colour and bathroom trends, the latest range of linear grates with metallic finishes from Stormtech ensures an added layer of luxury.
September 10th, 2019
Streamlined designer grates have become a popular feature in wet areas, particularly in bathroom spaces where linear drainage is used for open shower concepts. Stormtech, an award-winning Australian company established in 1989, has brought a fresh feel to this market with its newly-released line of metallic finishes.
Inspired by emerging global colour trends and growing interest in metallic finishes, the warm metal colours of black, bronze, brass and copper can add a unique architectural finish to any bathroom design, complementing tapware and other accessories. As a durable and seamless drainage option with an iridescent quality, the new metallic designer grates and drains are designed to suit a variety of design aesthetics and applications, and can be applied to a range of drainage solutions.
Adding luxurious detail to a space, Stormtech’s full range of architectural grates and drains are designed and manufactured in Australia and can be produced to custom lengths. The all outdoors bathroom requires extra attention to detail in planning and construction to ensure it is tough enough to withstand the natural elements, so Stormtech is helping give durability a designer look.
All Stormtech products are WaterMark certified and, with a proud commitment to eco-friendly design, Stormtech says it offers the only linear drainage product in the world with Global GreenTag certification.
Stormtech designs and manufactures high-quality architectural grates and drains in standard or custom sizing options. With solutions for residential and commercial projects, as well as specialty facilities, Stormtech products are adaptable for both new construction and retrofitting during renovation.
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