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Australian-made brushed-gold tapware from Faucet Strommen

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Outspoken and entertaining, Sara Vale made a big splash on the 2018 season of The Block when she and husband Hayden won the competition. Her new bathroom makes an equally big splash with Australian-made brushed-gold tapware from Faucet Strommen.

The new Zero Progresiv mixers in Brushed Gold paired with Doccinox bath filler and Pegasi shower heads make this one well-dressed bathroom.

The custom-made Rifico curved vanity and brushed-gold tapware are a match made in heaven. “We love this pairing from both a sculptural perspective as well as the colouring,” a representative from Faucet Strommen explains. “Round engineered stone basins also tie in perfectly with the overall design.”

The gold tapware mingles magnificently with the Stardust Milk tiles and adds a touch of glamour to the aesthetic, twinkling like the Milky Way. Zero uses a precision ceramic Progresiv valve for unrivalled smoothness and ease of use with intuitive one-touch action, so not only does it look amazing, it also performs like a champion.

Faucet Strommen also supplied the Silkstone Henge basins and back-to-wall bath. Made in Europe from mineral-rich engineered stone, the bath resists scratching and paves the way for extended soaking sessions. Exuding style, personality and pizzazz, Sarah Vale’s bathroom is almost as unforgettable as she is.

Designer Sara Vale (The Block 2018 winner)
Builder Project Next Consulting
Tiles & tapware Amalfi Tiles

For more information
Faucet Strommen