Colour and integration from Roman showers
Shower enclosure designer and manufacturer, Roman, offers bespoke designer showering solutions for the bathroom within the hospitality and residential markets. The brand is firmly embedded with key international hotel groups, architects and designers worldwide, and currently operates in over 60 international markets. All products are made in Britain.
Roman has responded to designers’ requirements – which are moving away from chrome and increasingly into coloured finishes – with the introduction of 11 hardware colour finishes for shower enclosures, including; Polished Chrome; Stainless Steel; Polished Nickel; Brushed Nickel; Polished Brass; Brushed Brass; Polished Gold Optic; Brushed Gold Optic; Polished Black Chrome; Brushed Black Chrome; and Matt White.
The current trends are also moving away from clear glass into textured and printed glass, with a huge variation on glass thicknesses and finishes available. Roman recently unveiled more striking fluted-glass options on its Liberty Wetroom Panels, Liberty Sliding Door and Liberty Hinged Door with In-Line Panel. The solid-surface options match almost every Pantone colour or marble finish, depending on the design and budget required.
Leading designer and shower manufacturer, Roman has just launched an exclusive range aimed at bathrooms with integrated furniture which highlights premium design and brings together the different elements of the bathroom to create an integrated solution – linking material, form and function, whilst solving both small bathroom functionality and bathroom cleanability between a Vanity Top and Shower Enclosure.
The manufacture and design of exquisite Corian Vanity Solid Surface finishes are crafted to create a synthesis of seamless, spacious and beautiful bathroom architecture. The soft close drawers below the Vanity Top are designed around the tap waste to maximise bathroom storage which is increasingly becoming an intrinsic part of bathroom architecture to create a functional yet fashionable living space.