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Bradley's New Evero Brochure Offers Washroom Design Inspiration


Bradley Corp., a manufacturer of washroom solutions, tells the story and inspirations behind its exclusive Evero natural quartz surface used for washroom basins, in its newly published brochure.

Available online, the design-stimulating brochure describes the refined beauty of the highly durable and sustainable material, the benefits of its cast-formed basin shapes and the global inspirations for Evero’s stunning color selections.

Inspired by nature, Evero is the first and only quartz material that is cast into round and curved shapes with no fabrication, lines or seams that detract from designs or harbor germs. Its graceful curvature, distinctive forms and natural beauty promise a high aesthetic that will last for years to come. Extremely resilient and environmentally friendly, Evero is made of a blend of bio-based resin, natural quartz, granite, recycled glass and exotic materials. The GREENGUARD-certified material contains up to 70 percent recycled content, and is virtually maintenance-free.

Used in all of Bradley’s Verge Wash Basins, including the new all-in-one touch-free Verge with WashBar Technology, Evero adds a durable sophistication to the variety of Verge’s designer-inspired shapes.

The brochure also includes color chips highlighting Evero’s elegant shades. With colors that emanate from land and sea formations across the world, Evero’s Geo Series and Pearl Series color palettes provide the perfect look and feel for stand-out washroom spaces in every commercial application.

To view the new Evero Natural Quartz Brochure, visit https://www.bradleycorp.com/evero-natural-quartz-surface/brochure.

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 8/18/2017


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