Charter House introduces INDA bathware to Sri Lanka

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Specialists in bathware, sanitaryware and kitchen solutions, Charter House International is the sole distributor for world-renowned INDA bathware in Sri Lanka. 

INDA was founded over 70 years ago in Italy, as a producer of bathroom accessories during the post-world war economic boom. 

In the years that followed, INDA also developed a wide range of other products like of shower walls, furnishing elements and mirrors, shaping a single concept ideal for creating endless bathroom furnishing solutions.

Today, INDA is an industrial group in the bathroom furnishings sector, with a sound leadership position in international markets and products spanning four segments: bathroom accessories (in which INDA leads the market), furnishing elements, shower walls and mirrors.
All INDA products are on or a combination of four style concepts. New classic is the style in tune with the spirit of the age, suspended between past and future: a smooth blend of largely classical, traditional elements with contemporary trends to create timeless style options. 
Industrial shabby chic is native to the English-speaking world, featuring appealingly sophisticated shapes that have succeeded in adapting industrial elements to fit smoothly into contemporary, everyday furnishing styles. 
Nordic style, coming from Scandinavian countries, synonymous with a simple, minimalist approach in which a classy colour palette – composed mainly of shades of grey with dashes of white, black and beige – combines with the distinctive features of wood to create warm, engaging furnishings. Lastly, the contemporary design concept features modern, contemporary lines able to create an inviting, soothing atmosphere.

Some of the series that are available at Charter House include Qamar, Progetto+ and Perfetto+, by Sergio Brioschi, Maq by INDA, Lea, New Europe, Avenue, Mito, One, Walk In, Teknoair, Sim and Trendy Design.

The INDA range is available exclusively at Charter House, a unit of the AIPL group. 

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