Neutral, muted or traditional white and chrome tones are often the safe choices when it comes to bathroom design. After all, it’s a space you’ll need to live with for many years.
But if you’re looking for something a little more exciting, there are myriad choices that can inject some colour into an otherwise not-so-exciting palette. Adding colour doesn’t necessarily compromise timelessness of a piece or the space it lives in – it all depends how it’s done.
Italian sanitaryware leader, Catalano, have introduced a portfolio of soft pastel colours across selected collections Green Lux, Sfera and Zero, that speak to unique and individual style.
Maintaining the same level of superior quality that Catalano are known for across their traditional ceramic collections, their colour ranges are also finished with their specialist glazing technique, Cataglaze+, featuring Silver Titanium technology that kills 99,9% bacteria. Although the satin surfaces are slightly more textured than traditional surfaces, they’re still easy to clean and provide resistance to harsh chemicals.
Selecting a colour doesn’t mean only keeping to that one choice. Catalano colours are complementary and intended to provide creative freedom by way of mixing various colours together in one space. Toilets can be individualized even further by combining varying bowl and seat colours.
Similarly, stoneware manufacturer Claybrook also offer numerous colour choices across three materials; Natural Stone features the most impressive marbles available on the market, Terrazzo features both neutral traditional and colourful options, and Standard MarbleForm showcases nature-inspired tones and textures, with majority colours available in honed, high honed or natural finishes.
Rogerseller is a leader in the finest bathware and kitchen cabinetry in the market. Alongside their core line-up of exclusively imported brands, they also design and manufacture their own premium collections.
The company only partners with brands that are aligned to everything Rogerseller are passionate about – design, style, enduring quality and creativity. Key partnerships are with Catalano, Claybrook, Falper, Fantini, Hansgrohe, Kaldewei, Keuco and Valcucine to name a few.
Established in Melbourne in 1895, Rogerseller (or Rogers, Seller and Myhill as they were originally known) quickly became renowned as premium retailers, manufacturers and importers of mantelpieces, grates, sanitaryware, tiles and door furniture.