Jett range from Stegbar
Stegbar’s all-new Jett hardware range for frameless shower screens brings together pared-back simplicity and sophisticated design, featuring one of the more popular trends sweeping interiors – black. While white and brass hardware options have traditionally dominated bathrooms, black is proving popular due to its versatility in working with a number of contemporary looks, from modern and minimalist to Scandinavian.
Stepping away from the traditional design aesthetic of gleaming white and chrome features, bathroom design in 2017 has become all about pared-back simplicity – but with a difference. From the kitchen to the bathroom, industrial accents in the form of striking black fixtures have changed the look and feel of the wet room, with a cool, masculine touch contrasting with the minimalist aesthetic captured in new home builds and renovations today.
Suitable for 10mm toughened glass, the Jett range comprises shower handles, wall hinges and brackets – ideal for sprucing up a shower screen or bringing the wet room in line with other black features throughout the home. Stegbar’s Jett range reflects the company’s commitment to innovative design and quality craftsmanship, with the hardware constructed from solid brass and stainless steel and finished in a striking matte black.
“Hardware is often an overlooked element when refreshing the home but is an element that shouldn’t be ignored. Incorporating black hardware in shower handles or wall hinges in the bathroom is a great way to add visual impact and style to any space,” says Christine Evans, Marketing Manager, Stegbar.
Stegbar’s Jett black hardware offers a neutral yet bold statement, and may work well with industrial-style touches, such as marble walls and cabinetry, timber, natural stone and rock, and polished concrete tiles. When it comes to utilising black to its full impact, less is often more, which lends itself to maximising it in hinges, handles and brackets.
Whether it is a Scandi-inspired retreat or a sophisticated modern look, adding a small black accent to a new shower screen can be a simple and affordable element to update any bathroom.