Geberit has added two stylish flush plates to its popular Sigma50 range – meeting a growing demand for kinaesthetic appeal, the modern flush plate designs feature a range of new materials and textures to add interest and depth to designs.
The new finishes are smooth Sand Glass and rustic Mustang Slate, which is made from real slate sourced from Brazil.
Boasting a modern, minimalist design, the new look Sigma50 features streamlined, slimmer flush buttons combining elegant style and quality craftsmanship.
A total of eight luxury finishes are available in the Sigma50 range, in addition to its latest launches, from Jet Black and Alpine White to Umber Glass and Brushed Chrome.
Also available in a customisable option, architects and designers can select a choice of image, design or colour to imprint on to an inlay for the plate, seamlessly complementing any bathroom design for the perfect bespoke finishing touch.
What’s more, dual flush buttons mean users have the additional functionality of reduced water consumption in the bathroom with every flush.
Sophie Weston, channel marketing manager at Geberit, commented: “Created with the senses in mind, the new Sand Glass and Mustang Slate colourways are not only visually stunning but also incorporate textured materials to appeal directly to our sense of touch, bringing a truly luxurious addition to the bathroom.
“Geberit flush plates are renowned for uncompromising functionality and high-quality workmanship, meaning architects and designers can rest assured that the Sigma50 offers unrivalled reliability as well as trendsetting style.”
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