Posted 21st August

Coram highlights ‘eye-catching’ design in new brochure

21st August 2019 - 07:00am
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Coram Showers has launched a new brochure and website to “showcase high-quality new product ranges with eye-catching contemporary aesthetics”, featuring full details of product updates and “stunning” new imagery.

The 72-page “striking” brochure features the three newly released ranges of modern shower cubicles from Coram as well as a range of ‘fit and forget’, easy-install shower enclosures, glass shower panels, trays, over-bath screens and accessories.

Alongside the new brochure, the company’s redesigned website new features a “clean, elegant visual approach” to make the most of the brand’s new product features as well as “aspirational” imagery and contemporary new ranges.

The website also includes a lookbook of bathroom styling tips for consumers, a blog with advice and information on current trends, and video footage of Coram’s new enclosure ranges demonstrating the company’s ethos of “Style with Standards”.


Grab your copy now:

coram.co.uk


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