If high design and luxury are priorities on your list for the bathrooms you create its time you discover the sleek, fashionable style of Neo-Metro. Neo-Metro’s stainless steel fixtures have forever changed the look of the bath in both commercial and residential design. The style is chic and the material is forever, stainless steel is exclusively for the opulent bath.
The Neo Metro Cerine bathroom vanity shown above is constructed from genuine cow hide leather with a stainless steel basin. The leather is available in a variety of colors to match your décor. If you are looking for a show stopping focal point this vanity is sure to make a statement.
The HWS, Neo-Metro’s unique high tech hand washing system, was created from recycled stainless steel and was designed with aesthetics, sustainability and efficiency in mind. The HWS may seem like a purely decorative element considering its chic appearance however it was created to save on water, maintenance, and operational costs. Sensibly and ecologically efficient the HWS can be foot or sensor operated and comes with up to eight washing stations.
Double wall soaking tub:
Stainless steel is the optimum material for a tub because it will keep the water’s warmth for the longest period of time. The attractive Neo Tub has additional double wall insulation which keeps the water at perfect temperature for hours. Don’t let the minimalist façade deceive you! The tub also has a combination drain and overflow assembly, an integral reclining back and the option for an airjet system.
When classic and modern design fuse the result is something magnificent and rare. This one piece pyramidal, stainless steel basin is the striking outcome of such a fusion. Perfect for any powder room the 16-guage stainless steel basin is compact and durable. The basin is available with both D and round shaped bowls and can be used in commercial and residential applications.
Minimalist design does not mean minimalist features or functionality in the Neo Metro bathroom collection.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 19 September, 2011