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Vola tapware brings 1968 flair to the now

Beautiful Vola tapware dates back to the late 60s when Danish architect Arne Jacobsen first went to the drawing board with an unforgettable range of taps and mixers. Unforgettable, because they were some of the most brightly coloured kitchen fittings ever seen - and they can still be seen today at New York's Museum of Modern Art.

Now you can have that brilliant Danish flair in your very own kitchen and bathroom, including award-winning solutions. Vola tapware have been at the forefront of innovative design since Jacobsen conceived of the first wall-mounted mixers that hid all of the unseemly mechanical parts. It's a way of innovative, outside-the-box thinking that can still be vividly seen in the amazing Vola tapware solutions that you can buy for yourself at House of Home.

Style meets simplicity with Vola tapware

Design flair in Vola tapware never comes at the expense of functionality, though, which is why the wall or basin-mounted taps are as simple and easy to use as they are beautiful. It has made Vola tapware an instantly recognisable and renowned fittings brand throughout the entire world, whilst never losing touch of that initial flair that sparked everything in the 60s.

The original Vola tapware HV1 design from 1968 is nothing short of an icon in tapware design, and the amazing shape and functionality can still be found in the modern range available today at House of Home. Architects continue to select Vola tapware for the same reasons they did all those decades ago - because the core style and principles are timeless.

So Vola tapware is the perfect meeting of classic and contemporary, but you can read more about the very latest in tapware trends right here.

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