You may be buying online, but there's no reason why you can't see what different finishes look like in different scenarios. Thanks to our Instagram page full of completed projects, you can get a fantastic idea of what our finishes look like in real bathrooms. If you're uncertain about how a certain finish will look, browsing through our Instagram page is a brilliant place to start.
We offer many finishes for our products, ranging from brass to gunmetal all unlacquered versions. We know that choosing the right finish for your bathroom taps, showers or towel rails shouldn't be a lottery, and the last thing we want is for any of our valued customers to be disappointed. So, we've produced images of the finishes in high quality on our site and, more than this, we're happy some high-resolution images with you directly if you have any queries. Our recommendation is that you take these pictures into your own bathroom and compare them with your own décor. By taking them into your own home, you can check whether your new taps will fit your current colour scheme and whether they'll look out of place. Sometimes, deep finishes such as Tuscan can seem like a good idea until they're installed, and you realise they don't suit as well as you would've hoped. You can avoid this disappointment by checking beforehand.
If you're renovating and haven't yet chosen a bathroom suite, you can make use of our pictures by taking them into the showroom of your favoured supplier and testing the finishes alongside the suites you're interested in. Some people may feel uncomfortable about this but, just remember, that it's unlikely a regular supplier will offer the artisan finishes that a specialist like Francone Bespoke Taps can. If you buy your bathroom furniture from them, you're serving their business, but you should still have the option to couple your new bath with the taps of your choice. For interior designers, our set of samples including our 10 finishes is available for purchase from our website. This is a professional way of demonstrating the types of finishes that might fit well in your clients' homes, and this service has proved effective for designers in the past.
Ultimately, a new exclusive bathroom represents a huge outlay in terms of money and effort. At Francone Bespoke Taps, we understand that it's important to get it right, and so we recommend analysing our finishes carefully prior to ordering. It can help you get a clear understanding of how the finishes would look in your space, without first ordering the taps or shower and realising it doesn't work at all. When you're undertaking something so important to your home as a new bathroom, it pays to cover all your options from the beginning.