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Minimum projection, maximum storage opportunities with new Debba furniture range

* Debba-furniture.jpgWith storage solutions being key to achieving a streamlined, relaxing ambience in the bathroom, Roca has extended its popular Debba collection to include a comprehensive range of furniture options.

Competitively priced to ensure beautiful bathrooms can be achieved regardless of budget, the compact design of the Debba furniture complements the smooth and organic shape of the co-ordinating sanitaryware. Available in a choice of Gloss White, Gloss Anthracite Grey or Textured Wenge, the basin units have a streamlined elegance, offset perfectly by stylish chrome handles for a modern finishing touch.

Each option maximises on the bathroom's storage potential, by making clever use of the interior of the units, for a clutter-free finish. Available with either two soft-close doors or drawers for complete flexibility of design, the units can be either wall-hung or supplied with optional legs if preferred. The Debba basin units with doors have an innovative space saver trap and an adjustable shelf for flexible storage, whilst the basin units with drawers also have the space saver trap, allowing them to have cut out free, full extension drawers.

The basin units are available in a variety of widths too, with a choice of 505mm, 605mm or 805mm wide units offered. All of the units feature a slimline projection of just 360mm, an unusual advantage on the wider units which are ideal for narrow bathroom spaces.

A one-door column unit, measuring 600mm x 350mm, makes an ideal storage solution for above the washbasin and completes the new Debba furniture line-up.

T: 01530 830080
W: www.uk.roca.com

11th October 2013




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