Ideagroup: new products at Cersaie 2022

New materials, new finishes and new modules for bathroom furniture collections by Ideagroup

Ideagroup presented the restyled version of its two most representative collections, Dogma and Dolcevita, at Cersaie 2022. In the new design, the Dogma collection has revised modules and finishes. With the new dimensions, the Dogma washbasin is now available with a made-to-measure integrated shelf; the collection has also been enriched with a modular boiserie, equipped for storage functions.

Restyled Dolcevita collection, by Ideagroup

Aluminum structural elements are available in the metal color palette (titanio, oro, perla, rame); oak wood finishes come in five new shades that join the “natural” finishes (sbiancato, visone, fumo, mattone, moro). The new finishes are available for both the Dogma and Dolcevita collections.

Restyled Dogma collection, by Ideagroup

Among the new products launched at Cersaie 2022 is the Cubik wood top, designed in the new knotless oak version with 52° edges, which joins the finishes already in the catalog. This finish, which had been available only for the fossil wood top, will be available for all wood finishes in the collection.

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The restyled Dogma washbasin

New accessories by Ideagroup at Cersaie 2022

Ideagroup’s catalog also includes the Modula complete series of bathroom accessories, the new Five countertop washbasin in Cristalplant, and two new mirrors. The Round mirror has dimmable lighting designed to recreate quiet and relaxing atmospheres. Finally, also a new stoneware finish, Terra di Matera, in the flamed and natural version, a new collection including eight different Italian marble finishes, and a new metal finish for the frame of the shower cabin were presented.

Terra di Matera, the new stoneware finish

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