2010 Karbon Bathroom Faucets from Kohler

Kohler is ready to invade your bath again and this time it is offering the 2010 lineage of bathroom faucets from the Karbon collection. As Kohler puts it, the Karbon 2010 bathroom faucets are made for fashion as wells as function and these faucets are modeled after the company’s successful kitchen faucet line. All these faucet designs get multiple moving joints that interestingly let you manipulate the faucet and lock it in any position. You will surely not have to think about the cost as this lineage is meant for people who relish custom fittings and do not care about the price.

I like it when I see simple and modern bathroom features. That is a room that doesn’t need a lot of details. It’s supposed to be mainly functional. Of course, the aesthetic aspect can’t be neglected, so a combination between the two is the perfect choice. And this collection has it all. It’s simple, very functional and it has a nice modern look.

These faucets have a very interesting design with beautiful details sculpted on the surface. They are definitely modern and would look great in a bathroom that shares the same style. It’s a shame that not many people pay attention to these details. The bathroom in an important room of the house and should be treated this way.

Published by in Bathroom Faucets, on April 29th, 2010


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