FIND THE IDEAL BIDET FOR YOUR BATHROOM
Since its invention in France at the end of the eighteenth century, the bidet has become so popular that is has turned into an essential element even in public restrooms, like in Japan. In a world with increasingly smaller homes, the bidet continues to find its place, with multiple designs and available finishes. Whether you decide to install a wall-hung bidet or a floorstanding one, today we wish to help you choose the model that best fits into your bathroom, a simple piece in harmony with your WC or, if you prefer, a bidet with cover that you will be able to customize with different colors and protect with materials that provide additional hygiene such as the revolutionary Supralit® resin.
Synonymous with sophistication for your modern bathroom, Beyond presents bidets with fine curvilinear shapes in which you will be able to color the optional Supralit® cover and the vitreous china itself, with six different finishes between the clean White and the elegant Onyx.
Dual option with the Inspira collection, which offers its Round or Square design so that you can fit your back-to-wall or wall-hung bidets into any style or bathroom configuration.
Conceived to round out your vintage bathrooms, the Carmen bidet stands on the floor on a classic pedestal with vitreous china edges, inviting you to complement it with a Supralit® cover in White or Dark Grey.
Color and texture explosion with the Khroma collection, which along with its imposing format, offers the option of choosing the bidet cover in three colors with an original finish: Passion Red, Ice White and Silver Grey.
Designed to adapt to a whole array of different bathrooms, the Hall collection features compact bidets for reduced spaces, and includes a cover in every model with visible metallic hinges.
Available in different dimensions, the Meridian collection stands out for the versatility of its curved lines that shape a solid back-to-wall bidet with round pedestal, but also a compact wall-hung bidet, ideal for small bathrooms.
Geometry leads the way in the designs of The Gap collection, which not only change their size to fit into different bathroom spaces, but also to help senior citizens or users with reduced mobility with models such as the comfort bidet, higher than usual.