January 11, 2023
Copper and its rosé variant is a fashionable colour. Precious metals are forging ahead in interior design, and copper is the ultimate finish for bathroom taps and accessories, providing a distinctive touch.
Elegance and modernity come together, adorning copper-coloured bathrooms. The Lignage taps in brushed copper are a true jewel (with the option of incorporating marble or cross handles), where the combination of curves and straight lines define their exclusivity. The design can adapt to different bathroom styles, from those with classic interior design to those with a more contemporary feel.
Boasting cutting-edge style, the Round Touchless bathroom taps collection in copper (available in gloss or brushed) comes with a sensor system, resulting in efficient and sustainable water consumption. As no physical contact is required to activate the taps, this model is an ideal solution for making public bathrooms, safe, hygienic and designer spaces.
The Tono (round lines) and Lounge (straight lines) collections by Noken provide both a sophisticated and youthful touch in the spaces in which they are used. Tono, designed by Foster + Partners studio, includes various copper tap elements for the washbasin, bidet, bathtub and thermostatic shower. Lounge, with a practical and refined character, has a wide catalogue of copper-coloured pieces: washbasin mixer tap, built-in taps, shower head and some finishing details for the bathroom units.
Copper bathroom accessories, such as towel rails, hangers or washbasin drainers, imbue spaces with personality and uniqueness. Although copper taps for the bathroom are considered daring, the metallic effect combines with a wide range of tones, especially neutral colours: navy blue, black, grey, beige or brown. An ideal option for enhancing the elegance and modernity of the room.
Noken's special finishes for copper-coloured taps and accessories are manufactured with PVD (Physical Vapour Depository), achieving a more robust and durable finish than others. The composition of the copper pieces (shiny or brushed) is more resistant to cleaning agents and corrosion than conventional galvanised finishes.