Quartz Surface Line Can Be Molded into Round and Curved Shapes

Evero is a natural quartz material that can be molded into round and curved shapes, offering more options to commercial washroom design, such as curves and soft radius edges, with more color options.

Evero is a natural quartz material that can be molded into round and curved shapes, offering more options to commercial washroom design, such as curves and soft radius edges, with more color options.

Bradley Corp., designer and manufacturer of next-generation hand-washing technology for 95 years, has introduced eight colors to its Evero Natural Quartz Surface line. Evero is a natural quartz material that can be molded into round and curved shapes, offering more options to commercial washroom design, such as curves and soft radius edges, with more color options.

Offering a spectrum of neutral tones that suit a wide range of design aesthetics, the new colors feature fresh shades of whites and grays, as well as earthy beige and taupe tones. Compared with the original 14 color selections for Evero, the additional eight bring softer hues to the palette along with shades that provide a consistently solid hue, with less contrast in the natural stone mix. The colors were chosen based on customer feedback, as well as current market trends.

The expanded color options—Patagonia, Mykonos, Everest, Sierra Madre, Andorra, Kalahari, Bavaria, Denali—have been added to Evero Geo Series. Now with 17 colors in all, the Geo Series is made from a blend of bio-based resin, natural quartz, granite, recycled glass and other exotic minerals, and has 25 percent recycled content.

Alternatively, Evero Pearl Series—available in five iridescent colors—is made with 70 percent recycled content, including a blend of bio-based resin, natural quartz, seashells and recycled glass. All Evero colors are GREENGUARD-certified.

www.BradleyCorp.com

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