Thrilling New Ranges of Designer Taps Now Online at Trademark Taps

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New ranges of designer taps at Trademark Taps bring cutting-edge design and technology to bathroom and kitchen sinks. Interior designers and home decorators no longer have to scour the catalogues of obscure European designers because the best of modern tap design is now online at Trademark Taps (http://www.trademarktaps.co.uk).

New ranges of designer taps at Trademark Taps bring cutting-edge design and technology to bathroom and kitchen sinks. Interior designers and home decorators no longer have to scour the catalogues of obscure European designers because the best of modern tap design is now online at Trademark Taps (http://www.trademarktaps.co.uk).

To pick out the best of contemporary brassware design, the buying team at Trademark Taps toured dozens of trade shows and most of Europe's factories and design houses. They were looking for stunning modern designs and effortless up-to-the-minute technology. As a result of that search, any UK interior designer or home-maker can now create an inspirational kitchen or bathroom look without going further than the Trademark Taps website.

The range of electronic taps at Trademark Taps includes mains and battery-operated units. All work in the same way: infrared sensors detect movement and switch the flow of water on and off. Water-saving shut-off timers end the flow after the elapse of a fixed period of time.

Styles such as the Speed 216 cut design right back to the bare minimum. The tap consists of a flat chrome-effect wall-mounted panel containing a sensor and a tap that reaches straight out from the plane of the panel. The key feature of this and all other electronic styles is the complete absence of levers or other hand controls.

That makes electronic taps superb for locations where hygiene is paramount or where forgetful children could easily leave the taps running.

In contrast, modern designer taps such as those within the Bagno range feature easy-to-use levers that add to the futurist look of the overall tap. Bagno's Sponky style is effortlessly aesthetic. The tap looks like a thin curling bar rising from a square or cylindrical plinth.

The look of the Bagno Free is equally inspirational. Its neat space-age curves resemble a satellite or a ringed planet. It's all a far cry from the dull taps in the showrooms of British DIY retailers.

To find out more, or to see how designer taps can transform a home, visit http://www.trademarktaps.co.uk.

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