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    TREND ALERT: Mixing & matching materials in the bathroom

    After years of neutral colour palettes dominating bathroom interiors, Crosswater has identified the aesthetic benefits of mixing and matching materials…

    Fast becoming hugely popular on the interior design scene, mixing and matching materials can create a striking and personal touch to bathrooms of all styles.

    One company that has identified the shift in neutrals is Crosswater, which has just unveiled an extensive range of brassware and furniture that available in a variety of finishes, textures and colours to provide the perfect option to mix and match in an interior scheme.

    One particular way to add visual depth, interest and warmth into a space is to incorporate a variety of metallic finishes. Gold, platinum, brass and copper are increasingly being combined as metallic accents and design highlights, while black is being used as a way to create a contrast to richer tones. Crosswater offers a range of brassware in matt black, brushed brass, stainless steel, chrome and brushed nickel finishes so that metallics can be mixed and matched to create a stylish and contemporary look in the bathroom.

    For the ultimate way to mix and match materials in the bathroom, Crosswater’s Italy brassware collection is offered in 49 colour combinations and gives life to true customisation through blending metals, natural stone and marble.

    Offering the very highest level of cutting edge design and innovative technology, the Italy collection celebrates the decadence and grandeur of early twentieth-century design. Eight exquisite metal finishes are presented alongside seven distinctive handle designs, to allow a combination tailored to the individual. Each high-luxe material is thoughtfully chosen to emulate the essence of ’20s style and provides the opportunity for a truly personal bathroom style through the method of mixing and matching.

    With base finishes ranging from Brushed Black, Polished Metallic, Yellow Gold and Polished Rose Gold, and handle finishes including Quartzite Velvet, Polished Graphite, Crema Nuova Velvet and Polished Guatemala, there is a made-to-order colour combination to suit every design scheme.

    Main image credit: Crosswater

    Hamish Kilburn / 19.03.2020

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