Utopia broadens range of colour options for furniture collections

BathroomsProducts Fri 21st Aug 2020 by Emma Hedges

Utopia broadens range of colour options for furniture collections

Utopia broadens range of colour options for furniture collections



Utopia has extended the colour options for its Symmetry, YOU, i-Line and Geo furniture collections. A total of 11 new finishes have been introduced taking the overall selection to 24 door finishes – the widest choice the company has offered so far.

The new colours are Azure Blue, Blush, Burnt Copper, Coastal Oak, Glacier Grey, Glacier Grey Gloss, Latte, Pewter Fusion, Silver Fusion, Sea Green and Storm Grey.  Of these, Azure Blue, Blush, Sea Green and Storm Grey are the brand-new super-matt, soft-touch door finishes, featuring a material that repels grease marks such as fingerprints.

In addition to the new finishes, the collections have also benefitted from further range developments. Symmetry, the curved furniture range available in fitted, freestanding and wall-mounted configurations, has been extended with the addition of a central two-door washbasin unit and curved single base units in left- and right-hand options, as well as two additional cladding panel finishes in Glacier Grey and Coastal Oak.

For the You modular collection, shown here, a slimline ceramic basin has been added to extend the choice of slabtop and sit-on washbasins within the range, offering a sleek, lower profile. Finally, Geo, the collection also benefits from the 11 new door finishes and two further new carcase options – Glacier Grey and Coastal Oak.

Helen Clark, Utopia’s head of marketing, said: “With this greatly enhanced colour palette, we are offering an incredible range of colour combinations from dazzling new on-trend options through to tried and tested favourites. Our newly extended Visualise interactive planning tool on the Utopia website allows consumers to experiment with their own choices quickly and easily until they find their ultimate combination.”

 

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