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Need to know: Rangemaster introduces new granite sinks

The three new additions have a minimalist design and pair perfectly with the new dove grey finish
   Amanda Peters  |  written on: 19-06-2019 09:00am

Rangemaster has expanded its Igneous Granite range of sinks with the introduction of the new Mayon, Mica and Paragon models.

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Mayon features a minimalist smooth drainer while the Mica is a contemporary design with a geometrically shaped bowl and a drainer with sleek horizontal lines.

Both are available in three colourways, black, white and the new dove grey finish. The new colour addition is a mid-tone grey with a subtle metallic finish that enhances the product’s shine within the worktop.

Mica sink in dove grey (860x500mm) 


They also come in three variants: single bowl, double bowl and an additional compact single-bowl version. For compact kitchens, Mayon has an ultra-compact single bowl version, which has a width of just 690mm, while Mica’s is 860mm in width.

Mayon sink in ash black (1000x500mm)


To complement its existing Paragon models, Rangemaster has introduced the Paragon Compact; a slimline model which is perfectly suited to short projection worktops. The Paragon Compact, which is available in two sizes, along with the existing Paragon models are all available in the new finish.

Paragon compact sink in dove grey (162x325mm)


The Igneous Granite range is manufactured from a combination of quartz and high-grade acrylic, making them incredibly robust and impervious to knocks and scratches. Each granite model also features a natural antibacterial surface, which repels microbes and stains, and UV stable colouring that ensures the products do not fade over time.

The new sinks are available through UK retailers now. For more information, visit rangemastersinks.co.uk.

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Amanda Peters


I've been writing for design magazines for a few years now and like nothing more than ‘exploring’ other people's homes (with their permission, of course).