Product Focus: Black Grid Panel

Leading international shower designer and manufacturer, Roman, has launched their new Black Grid Pattern Wetroom Panel.

Roman Black Panel featured

The Black Grid Design Wetroom Panel has been introduced to the Liber8 Range with 10mm thick glass and a height of 2000mm. It features a matt black profile and a choice of square back to wall or ceiling bracing. The Black Grid Design printed glass leads the industrial look trend that is very current in bathroom design. The print is a black etch colour fired into the glass during the toughening process.

There is also the option of clear glass with the matt black profile, which can be coordinated with brassware across the bathroom.

Both the Black Grid and clear glass with matt black profiles come in different size options to fit in with both small and large bathroom spaces. They can also be paired with another wetroom panel to create a more enclosed showering area. These Wetroom Panels can be fitted to a Roman Low Level Shower Tray or straight to floor using Roman’s Shield Wetroom System.

Clear Glass with matt black profile 1

This Black Grid Design is made to stand out as a bold bathroom centrepiece and when used with matt black brassware will create a very elegant and striking look and feel. This design is bold but can work together with different interior styles; from industrial to minimalist and from contemporary to traditional.

David Osborne, Managing Director of Roman, commented:

“Our Black Grid Design is very popular in hotel bathrooms with its striking and very on trend design. It has also proved very popular at international exhibitions and so it is a must to add to our product collection and our new brochure.”


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