Geberit has unveiled a sophisticated new look for its Smyle bathroom series, as the popular furniture collection receives a stylish makeover.
Boasting a contemporary, clean design, the upgrade offers architects and designers a variety of sleek ceramics and smart storage solutions available in four classic colourways; white, lava, sand and hickory.
With an extensive range of furniture options, from vanity units and tall cabinets, to shelf elements and towel hooks, the range can be mixed and matched to create the perfect combination to optimise any bathroom space.
Designed with ease of use and organisation in mind, the concealed storage and space saving benefits of the range help create a calm and relaxing space, free from unnecessary clutter.
Its wall hung cabinets and ceramics provide even greater design freedom by helping to open up the room and give the illusion of a larger space, while sleek glass tops provide surface protection in busy bathrooms.
Sophie Weston, channel marketing manager at Geberit, commented: “The ‘joy of calm’ is shaping bathroom design as more and more people seek ‘mindful organisation’ in a bid to cut anxiety and rid their bathrooms of clutter.
“That’s why we have designed the new Smyle series with a wide variety of smart solutions, allowing designers to easily incorporate essential storage and create a stylish yet clutter-free sanctuary space.”
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