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Wynk Collection by Geesa

The elegant and timeless Wynk Collection by Geesa from the Netherlands offers extensive and flexible design options for today’s bathrooms.

Wynk Collection by Geesa

BY Janice Seow

10 December, 2014

With a passion for design and backed by 125 years of experience in the production of bathroom accessories, Geesa has firmly established itself as a market leader in the Netherlands, with worldwide distribution in 65 other countries.

The latest Wynk collection epitomises the spirit of the brand, which places form and function on equal terms.

Wynk collection

The high quality range fits seamlessly into the contemporary bathrooms of today, and offers a wide spectrum of products, including a shelf, toilet brush stand, soap dish, towel ring, towel rails, paper holders with and without lid and single or double, various hooks and a soap dispenser. In addition, their timeless style and simple forms make them ideal for a wide spectrum of applications, from commercial projects to private residences.

Flexibility is a key selling point of the collection, which can be customised for any space. Accessories can be placed at the right and left of the bathroom or lavatory and the timeless design allows this chrome series to be combined with ceramics and elegantly designed taps.

But there is more. The design and material of the Wynk accessories allow for easy attaching and cleaning, thus ensuring greater durability and shine.

Wynk is a recipient of the 2013 Erkenning Goed Industrieel Ontwerp (GIO; Acknowledgement for Good Industrial Design), a highly respected Dutch award for design expertise.

The Wynk collection from Geesa is carried in Singapore at Hafary.

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