The sophisticated M-Line collection from BAGNODESIGN London is a flexible solution that meets all your bathroom needs.
July 10th, 2014
The new M-Line collection features a wide range of washbasins, including a wall-mounted version with a distinctive triangular shape.
With the intention of offering complete design flexibility, the bathroom range also includes several countertop washbasin options. These can be combined with the M-Line vanity unit, which comes in a stylish dark ash finish and can be fitted with the luxurious and highly durable Bagnotec Botticino countertop.
There are options too when it comes to the choice of WCs and bidets, which are available in back-to-wall and wall-mounted versions. The collection also features a generously sized, freestanding bathtub made from high quality acrylic for those seeking a greater bathroom indulgence, and the M-Line stainless steel showerhead – the latest addition to the range.
Extending the flexibility of the M-Line collection are a co-ordinating range of chrome and brushed nickel finish brassware, which include mixers for the basin, bath, bidet and shower, as well as a host of wall-mounted accessories in the same finish.
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