Caroma Luna Basin Mixer Brushed Nickel
Updating your tapware and bathroom accessories is an easy, D.I.Y.-lite way to transfer and modernise a humdrum bathroom. For a fresh, contemporary update, try Caroma’s Luna range. Its stylish, curved shape is easy to clean, which has given it a solid fan base of homeowners and D.I.Y. enthusiasts. It's also available in a new range of luxurious, tactile finishes, so you can tailor your bathroom to suit your personal style. Which Caroma Luna finish speaks to you?
Chrome is classic: it never going out of style. To give your bathroom an ageless look, the Caroma Luna range in classic chrome is your go-to finish. If you’re making a statement elsewhere in the room - perhaps with a striking feature tile, or a fabulous freestanding bath - chrome tapware and accessories will graciously step back and let those features take the spotlight.
Satin black tapware started as a trend, but its ongoing popularity has made it a bathroom mainstay. Whether your chosen style is Scandi, Japandi, dark and moody or bright and modern, black accessories are the playful punctuation marks, providing contrast with neutral tiles and fixtures. This irresistible finish is a perfect match for the sleek simplicity of the Caroma Luna range, lending easy sophistication to any bathroom.
Looking to create a sumptuous spa-style retreat at home? Brushed finishes, like the new brushed nickel and brushed brass finishes in the Caroma Luna range, are chic, easy on the eye and the ideal addition to a nature-inspired bathroom scheme. Paired with the soft curves of the Luna range, brushed metals will lend a gentle, organic look to your bathroom.
*Tapware warranty: 20 years replacement products or parts, 10 years tapware engine, one year labour, finishes. Accessories warranty: five years replacement product, one year labour, finishes, wall fixings, mounting brackets.
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