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Takara Belmont extends Barber Interior Options

Sunday, 10 April 2016 20:13

Building on its global renown for iconic barber chairs that have defined the look of barbershops around the world, Takara Belmont unveils the latest addition to its furniture collection, the Aubrey styling station.

Robust and rugged with delicate detailing, the Aubrey features an integrated Majolica Porto ceramic wash basin with its trademark gel-filled, ergonomic neck cushion for unsurpassed client comfort. Along with a double tap mixer that delivers thermostatically controlled water, Aubrey’s six drawers provide maximum storage capacity for tools and products, helping to keep your working space tidy and clutter-free.

As part of the newly launched Themis Collection, the Aubrey is the essence of timeless, uncomplicated style and practical functionality. The countertop is crafted from an innovative, durable solid surface called ‘Staron’. The non-porous nature of Staron provides a surface that no stain can penetrate, making it perfectly suited to the everyday rigours of a bustling barbershop. As a result, this station will stand the test of time and look pristine for many years to come.

The Aubrey is available in three hardwearing natural wood veneer finishes including light or rich Walnut, or classic Oak, while the Staron counter presents three colour options; Pebble Frost, Pebble Saratoga or Sanded Mocha; allowing you to customise your Aubrey to define any barbershop interior. Pair the Aubrey with any one of Takara Belmont’s iconic grooming chairs for the ultimate interior statement and supreme customer experience!

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