Phoenix Tapware welcomes two new tapware sets

With a new season comes new products, and Phoenix Tapware’s latest extensions to the Axia and Vivid Slimline Plus collections are sure to turn heads.

The highly regarded Axia collection brings a fresh take on modern minimalism. This premium designer range was two years in the making and upon its release earlier this year was awarded a Red Dot award along with a Red Dot Best of the Best.

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The ultra-thin design offers crisp detailing and a strong presence, with a modern twist on tradition. The beautifully crafted Axia bathroom tapware has added a Wall Basin / Bath Curved Outlet Hostess Set 180mm to its range, bringing the collection’s total to eight products in three finishes of chrome, matt black and brushed nickel.

Say hello to the latest product to join Phoenix Tapware’s ever-popular Vivid Slimline Plus collection: the Vivid Slimline Plus Wall Basin / Bath Hostess Set 180mm Outlet. Taking inspiration from Phoenix Tapware’s Vivid Slimline family, the Vivid Slimline Plus collection offers a subtle variation to provide an extra layer to your client’s bathroom, kitchen or laundry space. Already an elegant, low profile tapware design, the Vivid Slimline Plus range features a beautiful teardrop shape on the side of each handle, which transforms into the crosshair detailing as part of the handle. The Vivid Slimline Plus range is a sophisticated collection for both retrofitted and new environments, designed with the idea of ‘form follows function’ in mind.

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