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With its True Colors Lite collection, Bleu Provence takes us back to the sweet nostalgia of our childhood... How? Thanks to its school washbasins with retro curves which are given a second wind here...  

A return to the past to arouse emotion… To the design from another era are added finishes and colors that bring us back to the contemporary era. A clever mix of genres that makes the charm of Bleu Provence. Thanks to the palette of colors and the various fittings offered by the collection, all styles of bathrooms can afford a new look. 

When pink predominates and gives the room a very romantic touch, enhanced by the gold color of its mixer, forest green creates a "natural" and "industrial" atmosphere at the same time. This is thanks to the accessories that bring their extra soul, such as the round mirrors with a black outline or even the ebony heated towel rails.

Dressed in a "cream" tone, True Colors Lite likes to play tone on tone with the walls of the bathroom. Here, the charm operates thanks to a ceramic column of the same color which imposes itself like a majestic throne to support the washbasin. Roman atmosphere at the rendezvous… 

We also love the "mini" version which gives style to all the water features and allows even the narrowest ones to be upgraded thanks to a single element... 

 

About Blue Provence :

An Italian company based north of Rome, Bleu Provence is recognized as one of the world's leading retro specialists. Over the years, its products have become the symbol of a skilful blend of classicism and modernism. In fact, its collections know how to cross the ages and never go out of fashion... 

Editor's choice:

The design of the washbasins in the collection totally won over the editorial staff, who loved the retro side of True Colors Lite and the contemporary tones offered. It therefore won the Miaw Design Awards 2022 in the “Interior equipment / Bathroom” category. 

 

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To learn more, visit Blue Provence website.

 



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