Taps respond to evolving consumer trends

Published:  06 October, 2016

Francis Pegler, Pegler Yorkshire, taps. pipes, pipework

In response to consumer trends, Francis Pegler offers a range of brushed-nickel taps. Mike Johnson, washroom market manager for Pegler Yorkshire, explains, ‘More and more consumers are wanting to step away from the high shine that chrome offers and prefer a more muted style that perfectly complements cookware and kitchen appliances often found in brushed textures.’

The brushed-nickel range embodies the most popular designs in the portfolio, include the Adorn (pictured), Strata, Rune and Chef. They vary in size and shape to provide a range of effects.

For more information on this story, click here: October 2016, 85

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