The Bette Color Bathroom Range

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An elegant collection of bathroom products in a range of bright or muted colors and finishes.

Founded in 1952, German brand Bette has been making innovative, architectural bathroom products for decades. The family-run company doesn’t just produce premium quality components made from glazed titanium steel and natural materials, it also offers an unmatched color customization service. The Bette bathroom color collection provides the perfect solution to brighten up a bathroom with some vibrant accents and forget about boring white baths, sinks, or shower trays. These color accents can also become a perfect companion to minimalist bathroom accessories.

While the brand offers more than 400 color options, their customization service doesn’t stop there. Customers can choose between matte or glossy finishes and select different hues for different components to create eye-catching color combinations. Exclusive colors for shower trays, shower areas, and washbasins match the hues of stone, wood, tile, and concrete flooring. In the effect color range, shimmering finishes bring some glam to modern bathrooms. In the bicolor collection, colored bath exteriors contrast pure white interiors. Frames in six colors add contrast or complement enameled products with similar tones.

Bette also offers a special service for architects and interior designers who can order bespoke colors for specific projects. Finally, the Oval Couture line takes bathroom design to a whole new level. This range features fabric-coated washbasins and baths in Ivory, Moss, Anthracite, and Elephant colors that can either match or contrast the color of the enamel. Safe to say, the Bette bathroom color collection provides a creative way to transform a utilitarian space into a sophisticated room that matches the rest of the home in refinement and creativity. Photographs© Bette.

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