Shower solutions manufacturer QuickDrain USA says its new drain cover offerings meet all major design trends and fit with any bathroom aesthetic.
The new decorative designs and finishes are available through the company’s square and linear drain collections: SquareDrain, ShowerLine, and ProLine. New introductions include the Stones and Deco designs, along with six new drain finishes. The major design trends that these drains meet include contemporary, mid-century modern, modern farmhouse, and industrial styles, says the company.
Stones feature rounded circles mimicking pebbles, which connect to the earthy, natural design trends.
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Matte black linear shower drain
“People are really going for that sought-after oasis or that spa-like environment,” says Constance DiBacco, product manager for QuickDrain USA. “[Stones] is a very organic and earthy compilation of that.”
Deco, on the other hand, offers crisp geometric lines inspired by architecture, the company says. Deco can work well with large and small format tile trends and in mid-century modern and contemporary applications, according to QuickDrain.
“Each new cover helps to bridge the gaps that we previously had in our product line,” says DiBacco. “They do bring a unique look and are reflective of months and months of market research and R&D development during a global pandemic, nonetheless.”
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QuickDrain first introduced designer drain styles last spring with its Stream and Cosmo covers designed by Michael Graves Architecture & Design. Stream will now be available in the SquareDrain design.
New finishes to the QuickDrain’s existing brushed and polished stainless steel finishes are brushed and polished gold, polished rose gold, oil rubbed bronze, matte and polished black. All finishes are PVD coated except for matte black. The company’s TileIn drain option will only be available in brushed stainless steel.
The maximum drain lengths for these new finishes are 56 inches, but two covers can be used for projects that need longer sizes, the company says. Stainless steel finishes can be ordered up to 72-inch lengths. SquareDrain covers come in 4-, 5-, and 6-inch sizes.
The company’s tagline is “where fashion meets function” and it claims to offer faster installation time compared to traditional mud bed and pan liner installation. Its full shower solutions include PET panels, a patented universal flange adapter, drain bases, and covers.
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