Functional components: Free bathroom furniture collection by Cerasa

Italian bathroom furniture manufacturer Cerasa launched a new collection of bathroom furniture called “Free,” inspired by European mid-century design. Designed by Stefano Spessotto and Lorella Agnoletto, the retro-inspired collection is customizable with flexible and functional components such as wheeled units, benches, open units or trays, as well as a variety of different handles for base, wall and full-height units. “Free” is available in natural Pinus Serotina (pine wood), as well as a variety color stains. The collection’s exclusive “Smart” washbasin is available as a center-, free-standing or wall-mounted unit made in glossy or matt white resin with a pinewood frame.

Founded in 1983, Italian bathroom brand Cerasa is headquartered in Godega S.Urbano, Treviso, Italy.  

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