Bette shows the latest in bathroom design, colour and safety at Sleep+Eat
German bathroom product manufacturer, Bette, will be exhibiting its ‘30 year warranty’ glazed titanium-steel baths, shower floors and washbasins and showing the latest in bathroom design, colour and safety at Sleep + Eat, stand B82.
Bette will be giving live demonstrations on the durability of its products, which are finished in BetteGlaze; a glass-like surface which is harder than marble, plastic or epoxy granite, is non-porous, scratch-resistant and easy to clean. Products are available in both gloss and matt finishes, in an extensive range of colours, with the opportunity to colour-match ceramic items, such as tiles. Bespoke colours can be created to fit with interior themes, as well as bespoke sized products to fit a space perfectly.
Baths on display will include an eye-catching BetteLux Oval Silhouette freestanding bath in one of Bette’s new stand-out shimmering colours: Blue Satin, as well as a shower/bath popular with hotels, the BetteOcean in low-line format, which makes it easy to get in and out of.
Bette is also known for its innovative glazed titanium-steel shower trays. The company will be showing how hotels can maximise their levels of anti-slip in the bathroom using its Anti-slip Pro option, which also has the advantage of being almost invisible.
With ease of installation a key consideration, Bette will also be displaying its latest developments for fast and efficient shower tray installation.
Bette has more than 600 different shapes and sizes of product available, including freestanding baths, fitted baths, shower trays, flush-to-floor shower areas and a wide range of washbasins. If a particular sized product is required, perhaps to fit into a recess, Bette can make it to order. Its products are available in hundreds of colours, including 22 exclusive matt colours.
Bette baths, shower floors and washbasins are made from entirely natural materials and are 100% recyclable. Bette has also invested heavily in green technologies at its factory in Germany and creates 2/3 of its energy requirements from renewable resources. Sustainability is central to Bette’s approach, and this is confirmed by the company‘s Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) which complies with ISO 14025 and EN15804.