UK brassware supplier Deva by Methven has bolstered its range of kitchen taps with the launch of four models – Indi, Camden (pictured), Nelson and Brixton.
Camden features a sleek, angular spout with linear construction and a tilt and turn temperature and flow control.
Also featuring tilt and turn temperature and flow control, Indi features a streamlined, cylindrical arch.
The Brixton range boasts a flat, curved construction to provide a contemporary touch to the classic arch style.
Completing the line-up, Nelson has been created for more classical kitchens and has a curved spout with dual temperature and flow controls.
The latest chrome models join its existing mono sink mixers which feature swivel spouts and can be used with all pressure systems.
They have been developed with architects, developers and interior designers in mind and for use in residential and commercial developments.
CEO of Deva by Methven Martin Walker said: “The latest expansion of our popular kitchen tap range reflects our continued dedication to providing professionals serving the built environment with the highest standards in both style and substance.
“We now offer a comprehensve range of mono sink mixers, delivering a diverse collection of contemporary and traditional designs that supersede the requirements of a wide specificaiton of developments.”
Based in Greater Manchester, the Methven HQ and Experience centre showcases Deva by Methven, as well as Satinjet and Aurajet showering technologies.