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Methven comes to Europe Methven, the global designer and manufacturer of showers and brassware, has launched five Kaha Satinjet showers in the UK and Europe, each with twin-jet technology and a distinctive New Zealand design. Suitable for all water pressures, the nine litres/minute Methven Kaha Satinjet showers feature a two-function showerhead with easy-to-


clean coated faceplate, offering a choice between the Satinjet body shower and the massage spray, which is controlled at the push of a button. Easy to fit, maintain and clean, Methven Kaha Satinjet showers are safe for everyone to use and simple to operate. The contemporary, smooth-style hose is fitted with swivel ends to minimise twisting. www.methven.com


Colourful options from Wienerberger Wienerberger, the world’s largest brick manufacturer, has launched a new heritage- style blend from its Rudgwick factory. The Sevenoaks Blend mixes traditional Rudgwick red with a yellow multi stock, to create a bespoke colour pallet of rustic bricks. Rudgwick bricks are manufactured using local weald clay in one of the last remaining clamp-fired kilns in Europe. The bricks are burnt slowly to create flashes of distinct colour from reds and purples to blues and yellows with a rough, textured finish. The mixture of the warm red and yellow multi is particularly popular across the South East making the Rudgwick Sevenoaks Blend ideal for new-build residential projects where a character finish is desired. www.wienerberger.co.uk


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VosLED lights theway VosLED has launched two new ranges of LEDs, Stardust and Moonflower, as well as a new collection of contemporary crystal chandeliers. The LEDs are colour changing, and therefore create unique visual effects, while the chandeliers offer a blend of modern design and traditional looks. The lead crystals in the chandeliers have a PbO content of no less than 30 per cent, and specific attention is also given to the cut and polish in order to achieve the best finish. www.vosled.com


Franke spouts off The new Olympus Spring and Pisa taps are the latest introduction from Franke. Both taps are part of the Franke Portfolio 55 range. The Pisa tap is available in chrome and silk steel, and has been designed to complement the award-winning centinox sink which heralds the company’s 100th year. The Olympus Spring tap is 540mm high with a spout reach of 189mm and retails from £286.68. www.franke.co.uk


Sink and swim with The 1810 Company Recognising that the increase in the popularity of range cookers creates a need for larger capacity sinks to accommodate outsized roasting tins and casserole pots, The 1810 Company has introduced the Zenduo 415/415U Grande Deep sink. This large double sink has a total width of 900mm making it extra wide, in addition to it being extra deep at 254mm. A most unusual feature of this sink is the 120mm high, central partition that reaches half way up the bowl height. This partition means that the sink can either be used as two separate 415mm wide bowls, or the bowls can be filled beyond the top of the partition giving a huge double width sink. The Zenduo 415/415U Grande Deep can accommodate the largest of family sized casserole dishes, barbecue grills and oversized baking trays, or can be used as separate washing and rinsing bowls. www.the1810company.co.uk


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