New brochure for Roca

Roca has published a new brochure providing customers with valuable information about its latest product launches.

The 64-page 2018 New Products brochure gives customers a comprehensive overview of Roca’s newest bathroom solutions. It also includes the features and benefits of each range. There is an extensive array of new basins, furniture, WCs, baths, mirrors and brassware offering a solution for everyone.  

A highlight is the Carmen collection, which pays tribute to the past with the redesign of an iconic model. The classical Carmen washbasin has been recreated and a complete bathroom collection introduced for customers looking for a vintage style. It may take its inspiration from the past, but Carmen also has modern features including rimless WCs, ECO flow brassware and soft-close and self-closing furniture.

More furniture options

Roca has introduced more furniture options this year with a suite of solutions that will work for all bathroom styles. The Gap-N, Prisma, Dama-N, Debba Compact, Maxi and Victoria Basic furniture collections feature a raft of benefits including textured interior door finishes, easy opening handles. These collections come in a variety of colour options. The Dama-N, Debba Compact and Maxi are all available in compact sizes making them ideal for smaller bathrooms or en-suites.

By simply updating the brassware, homeowners can enhance or completely change the look and feel of a bathroom. Roca has also introduced new options to ensure customers can select the design that best suits them and their style. This brochure includes new brassware collections such as Insignia and Naia as well as additions to the showering ranges.

Roca has also launched new mirrors and mirrored cabinets in a variety of shapes and styles, offering homeowners additional benefits, such as LED lighting and clever storage solutions to suit all bathroom sizes. For instance, the new Sol and Iridia ranges have every design detail covered, from easy fittings down to integrated demisters to prevent condensation collecting on the mirror. 

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