Black Taps instead of Chrome?
If you think chromes cool, then have a look at the new black tap ranges.
Increasingly people want to be different from the norm. Just like people prefer black shiny cars, this trend has moved to the domestic bathroom and people want black taps. Look beyond the surface and the colour, you will find that the construction and the engineering of the black taps is the same as that of a chrome tap. You can be assured the functionality and the performance is maintained to the same high levels.
However, a different colour, black in our case, becomes a talking point and even on occasions a centre of attraction or distraction.
By incorporating a black tap into your bathroom this will give it a more modern feel and look.
Pictured above is the Pure Jet Basin Mono Mixer.
As you can see this tap has a bold geometric shape and has smooth curved lines. It is highly versatile and will sit perfectly on most standard basins. By incorporating a black tap this will give you a contemporary feeling to your bathroom design and a trendy look.
Cleaning Black Taps
Black taps might seem intimidating when it comes to cleaning, but it’s very straightforward. Simply clean with warm soapy water, then dry gently to avoid water marks. Stay clear of using any abrasive cleaners or strong chemicals to avoid scratching the matte surface. For daily dust and dirt, wipe down with a microfiber cloth to keep your black taps looking good.
Chrome taps have been leading the market forever, so may be its time for a new player to take over