Successful ARAYA Tap Range Extended

Published:  08 June, 2016

The success of the Araya tap collection from Francis Pegler has resulted in a further expansion ensuring this fashionable range can cater for more applications.

The design led ‘Araya’ range shares its name with, and is inspired by, the dramatic landscapes of a Caribbean peninsula. Its full bodied pillar is emphasised by its curvaceous lines which flow effortlessly into an easy to operate lever handle, evoking images of the undulating shoreline.

The ten-piece Araya collection offers sleek contours and minimalistic styling that will have endless appeal to design conscious consumers. Araya products also function as well as they look with simple and effective single lever operations that keep the user in control with the minimum of effort, and all products are supported by a 10-year guarantee.

Designed for washrooms, bathrooms and kitchens the range delivers a number of options including, deck mounted sink mixer, monobloc mixer, pillar taps and much more.

“The extension to our designer Araya tap collection gives consumers and installers real flexibility in choosing design-led products that are competitively priced without compromising on the renowned Francis Pegler quality,” said Washroom Marketing Manager Mike Johnson.

“The additional Araya taps are a welcome addition to our impressive portfolio of modern taps and showers and continues to demonstrate Francis Pegler’s commitment to meeting customer requirements in the constantly evolving brassware sector,” said Mike.

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