Brassware Colours and finishes
Once upon a time brassware in the bathroom came in chrome. Whether it was bath or basin taps, a bath/shower mixer, a shower head, trim of the shower enclosures, or bathroom accessories such as a toilet roll holder, soap dish. Even the valves of a heated towel rail, your options were pretty limited. We can now offer an enormous range of different brassware colours and finishes.
Chrome is, of course, still massively popular, mainly because its durable, easy to clean, and looks great with just about anything.
However, people do love choice and being able create their own look, so thankfully nowadays there is a growing choice of colours and finishes available from companies including Flova, Crosswater, Marflow Heritage, Imperial and Bristan.
Crosswater have over 20 years experience in designing and manufacturing bathroom products. They are a leading light in bathroom innovation and style.
They offer one of the widest ranges of finishes which includes chrome, brushed brass, matt black, and brushed stainless steel.
The Crosswater Mpro Industrial tap range is available in chrome but also an unlacquered brushed brass finish. This is a ‘living finish’ which oxidises over time and changes colour and ‘patina’ giving a truely unique ‘industrial’ appearance which looks just stunning.
Miller Bathrooms produce a range of bathroom accessories also in the unlacquered brass finish which compliment the Crosswater taps beautifully.
Shower enclosures, including doors, walk-in screens, and panels, can be supplied with frames to match or compliment your chosen colour scheme.
For example, a black trim will give a bathroom a modern, stylish look, and is available from bathroom manufacturers such as Majestic, Aqata, Showerlab, Merlyn, and Lakes
You can have a colour matching shower valve with overhead shower, or a sliding rail kit in the shower enclosure.
It is also worth considering matching shower seats, or grab bars or even bathroom accessories such as a soap dish or basket from Miller, Crosswater or Bathroom Origins