The Honesty tap range is part of the Aspects collection

Aspects tap collection for contemporary bathroom designs

  • 16 Nov 2015

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The Aspects tap collection by Mira Showers has been developed to complement contemporary bathroom designs whilst delivering superior performance and reliability.

The collection features seven tap designs intended to complement every style of bathroom shower, from its chunky square-edged Honesty range to the Victorian-style appearance of the Virtue range.

Each of the seven taps offer a full range of product types: monobloc, basin and bath pillars, bath filler, and bath shower mixer.

In addition, each range works on all pressures, has integrated push button diverters, and has flush fitting aerators easy cleaning.

Aspects tap collection

The seven models in the collection have been developed to provide taps for every space, need and design:

Honesty – The Cubism-inspired Honesty range features mirror flat faces, crisp edges and flush surfaces of the body and spout. Honesty’s rounded corners and flush fitted flow-regulator make the product family friendly and easy to clean.

Evolve – This brass design is geometrically styled to remove the usual wedge cut-out from the back of the lever and the bite-out from the spout for the aerator.

The Mira Virtue Basin Mixer, part of the Aspects tap collectionComfort – Comfort takes influence from popular, modern designs with the addition of more rounded and curved edges.

Revive – The Revive range takes period features, such as the capstan taps, and adds a contemporary twist to complement both period and new build homes. The taps also feature generous touch points in the handle’s design.

Virtue – The Victorian-styled Virtue range are manufactured from an authentic ceramic material, glazed with period details such as the 1896 Cheltenham typeface and indices for hot and cold.

Precision – The Precision range delivers a distinctive brass look which is compatible with many contemporary bathroom suites. Both elegant and functional, the tap’s tall body provides the minimal footprint needed to house the cartridge and waterway.

Fluency – The final design in the range, Fluency features a ‘raceway’ shaped control level which appears to hover above the spout but can be operated with just a finger or the side of the hand.

The Aspects collection of taps provide a suite to complement most bathroom styles; whilst keeping the demands of homeowners in mind when it comes to quality, performance and aesthetic.

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