For its new, luxury bathroom collection, GROHE SPA has called on surface specialists Caesarstone to add its signature material touch to a range of luxurious faucets.
Made for customisation, GROHE SPA’s new range of fittings with quartz handles is available in a curated choice of colours, materials, finishes, and handle designs to complement any bathroom interior. The design-led range promises complete flexibility for architects and designers alike, allowing bespoke projects and customised requirements to be brought to life.
Caesarstone’s White Attica and Vanilla Noir quartz designs are inlaid into the crafted faucet handles for a one-of-a-kind look. What’s more, these luxurious fittings from the GROHE SPA Atrio and Allure Brilliant Private Collections can be teamed with Caesarstone countertops in the same quartz for a beautifully balanced and cohesive aesthetic.
With a dramatic allure, there is a distinctive monochrome contrast in the material touches that brings an unparalleled luxury to this new range of faucets. White Attica invokes a quietly opulent white marble with a dark blue-grey vein running through. On the other hand, Vanilla Noir exudes a rich, dark base that is awash with creamy veins.
“Thanks to the Private Collections of our famous Allure Brilliant and Atrio product lines, these special water moments can be experienced in a unique and personalised environment,” explains Patrick Speck, Leader LIXIL Global Design EMENA and GROHE.
“We allow our professional partners and their clients to design their own faucet based on their favourite colour, finish, lever or material variant. This lets us achieve an unprecedented level of customisation,” adds Speck.
Take a closer look at the GROHE SPA x Caesarstone collection, and learn more about GROHE’s focus on eco-conscious design in our previous interview with Patrick Speck, Leader LIXIL Global Design EMENA and GROHE.
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