A family owned business established in 1925, Blanco’s humble beginnings included making copper parts for cookers and hot water bottles. Today they have produced more than 40 million sinks and are recognized as a world leader of quality kitchen products.
They are rightly proud of their reputation for unsurpassed service, quality and innovation but you only have to look at their products to know that they also recognize that performance and good looks can, and should go hand in hand.
Their Truffle range of sinks and taps look luxurious and fashionable. The taupe shade works with both warm and cool shades in the kitchen and they bring out the natural beauty of stone countertops.
The Solon composting system integrates seamlessly with the countertop so that you hardly know it’s there. It traps odors inside and is incredibly easy to install so that you don’t have to re-do your kitchen to incorporate composting into your life.
And the Culina tap is the ultimate chef’s faucet. It looks elegant and it has a magnetic hook that stops it getting tangled up.
Something tells me I need a new kitchen.
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