Vitra, a leading global provider of a full range of bathroom components, says its Frame bathroom collection merges authentic and modern design with the finest technology and functionality.
Frame gives a new look to washbasins. The countertop washbasins stand out with their geometric form and fine design, and are available in five distinct forms and four colours – matte white, white, black and matte black.
The countertop washbasin units come in different dimensions of 60, 80, 100 and 120 cm for maximum ease of use, and are complemented by vanity units with 60-, 80- and 100-cm-width options.
“The vanity basins have been designed with expansive areas for toiletries and deep bowls to ensure your comfort,” says a spokesman for Turkey-based Vitra.
The built-in mirror cabinet provides functional usage, thanks to its plug socket, mini-magnifying mirror, inner glass shelves and soft-closing doors. Soft-close drawers in the washbasin units support bathroom safety and silence, while drawer non-slip mats add extra elegance and comfort.
“A bathrobe unit providing spacious storage on multiple shelves is versatile and elegant,” the spokesman says. “On the other side of the unit are hooks for bathrobes and towels. The mirrors with LED lighting create a warm ambiance in the bathroom.”
Also part of the collection is the water closet (WC) with photocell-controlled bidet function that provides a touch-free and comfortable hygiene experience.
Furthermore, Vitra has enhanced the Frame range by introducing new elegance with the Frame Half Monoblock basin collection. The round lines, modern look and easy-to-clean form of the basin adds a clean and striking dimension to bathrooms. The suspended form of these basins gives a stylish freshness and makes bathroom cleaning easier. Frame is offered in black, white oak and taupe colour options.
Vitra supplies millions of pieces of ceramic sanitary ware each year. Some 50 per cent of the production is sold abroad through a powerful distribution network that includes over 150 showrooms and 2,000 sales points, in major cities in more than 75 countries on five continents.