Francis Pegler extends Araya range of taps

Published:  06 July, 2016

Francis Pegler, plumbing, tap, taps

The Araya single-lever tap collection from Francis Pegler has been expanded to 10 pieces. The range is designed for washrooms, bathrooms and kitchens. Options include deck-mounted sink mixer, monobloc mixer, pillar taps — and much more.

The design-led Araya range shares its name with, and is inspired by, the dramatic landscapes of a Caribbean peninsula. The company description is: ‘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.

All products are supported by a 10-year guarantee.

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