Geberit updates its Renova Plan range of bathroom furniture, with two new finishes and a series of product enhancements.
The Renova Plan range is now available in Hickory Light and Hickory furniture colours. This is in addition to the existing White high gloss coated and Lava matt coated.
Replacing Oak and Light Elm, the new colours match those available in Geberit’s Selnova Square S range. These provide an easy and flexible upgrade solution.
An improved slim drawer system on the vanity unit also delivers a 2cm height increase for users, with the addition of both service space to the vanity cabinet and new hinges for a wider door opening in the tall cabinet. There has also been an upgrade to internal panel, to match the colour of external panels across all products.
The Renova Plan range brings modern, geomatric design across a wide range of ceramic and furniture products. This provides aesthetically pleasing and affordable solutions for all bathrooms.
Greg Austin, Product Manager at Geberit, comments: “The Renova Plan range was launched in October 2020 as part of our Geberit Select collection. We’re delighted to be able to bring forward this planned update earlier than anticipated after its initial success.
“These changes enable easier upgrade solutions and bring a series of tweaks to improve the products for end users – demonstrating our commitment to continuously develop our bathroom products.”
Geberit has also made a series of improvements to support easier ordering. The Renova Plan vanity basin and unit are now available under one code (individual spares are available), with a single box solution for sizes 600 and under.
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