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Wödår announce luxury kitchen sink & tap collections

Wödår, one of the UK’s leading instant hot water tap companies, has launched its first collection of luxury sinks, matching wastes and designer kitchen taps. The premiere collection comprises 30 sinks (spanning across single, 1.3 & 1.5 Bowl, Belfast and Ceramic designs), 14 strainer wastes and 12 mixer tap designs.

Michael Sammon, managing director, Wödår comments, ‘This was a very natural evolution for us. The
success of our instant hot taps allowed us to identify the growing consumer demands for new colourways
and co-ordinating details for their kitchen, right down to its sink and wastes.

We’re known for our unusual and distinctive hot taps – such as the Architect – and now we’ve brought our
designer touch to traditional taps to offer our retailers and specifier customers more project options.’
The range of Wodarmite sinks is made from a combination of granite and recycled resin, while the fire-clay ceramic designs are moulded using clay sourced from Cornwall. Completing the line-up is the Stainless-Steel sink selection, which is rust and temperature resistant. All Wödår sinks are hardwearing, hygienic and easy to clean.

Classic in nature but not in design, “the dynamic dozen” of mixer taps offer a variety of colourways and silhouettes.

Knurl was inspired by the award-winning Architect, developing the distinctive Wodar style created for urban, contemporary kitchens.

Available in White, Matt Grey, Matt Black, Gun Metal Grey, Brushed Gold, Brushed Brass and Brushed Copper,Wödår 90mm wastes complete the look co-ordinating sink and tap for a finished result awash with style.

WRSA approved. Attractive trade discounts are available to retailers and installers. Contract support available for developers and interior designers.

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