Blue Sanitary Ceramics IDENTIFICATION / RECOGNITION TOILET SEAT Toilet seat Ideal Standard Toilet seat Pozzi Ginori

Blue sanitary ceramics. We are looking for deep blue, heraldic blue, whisper blue, navy blue…

Blue sanitary ceramics. We are looking for deep blue, heraldic blue, whisper blue, navy blue…

We have seen how colour in the history of bathroom furniture has been very popular. When a customer has a coloured ceramic toilet bowl in his bathroom and goes looking for a toilet cover, he realises how many colours there are and how difficult it is to find the right colour. Today with digital you can do almost anything. Unfortunately, identifying a colour is one of the few things that technology still cannot help us with. A digital image, depending on where it is displayed (each of us tunes the brightness of our mobile phone screens, monitors or tablets to our liking) changes appearance and tone from the original colour. If you look at the same coloured toilet seats on the Sintesibagno website using two different monitors, you will realise that they may look like two different colours. To try to help you in choosing the colour of your toilet seat, we have published some in-depth articles on the subject on the blog. At the following link [ clik here ] you will see the difference between European/normal white and Ideal Standard white at the following link [ clik here ] we help you see the difference between the most popular colours: champagne, mink, kashmir, buckskin and whisky, and finally at the following link [ clik here ] a look at whisper colours (light blue, pink, grey, green) and bright variants of blue, grey, brown and pomegranate. Today we will look at the blues and blues of the old sanitary ware in ceramic houses.

Whisper Blue is a colour that was made known to the general public by ceramic manufacturers Ideal Standard and Pozzi Ginori back in the 1970s and 1980s. It is the typical light blue called confetto. A light blue that for the Ideal Standard ceramic house was the only one presented and proposed on many series that it produced in the 80s and 90s: from the legendary rectangular CONCA series (which we discovered in the post: ), to the oval ELLISSE series and the TESI and LIUTO series. While Pozzi Ginori presented two types of azure, in addition to the whisper blue, also the Maldives blue which is a colour inspired by the ocean where the famous archipelago is located, a blue with a small shade of green that makes it unmistakable. Pozzi Ginori also presented it in several successful series, certainly the first was the well-known SQUARE which we discussed at length in the post: “Pozzi Ginori sanitaryware old square models. Square, Italica and italo duo which toilet seat cover is correct?” and we saw it together with Italica and Italo duo

Let us begin by looking at the shades of blue. The oldest one is definitely the Heraldic Blue. The name is reminiscent of the distant past and almost medieval shades and expresses the colour well. It is a tone of blue that is not as bright as those we shall shortly see. It had its strongest success in the late ’70s and ’80s and the two most representative series of sanitary ware in this colouring were produced one by Pozzi Ginori and was called PIEMONTESINA (pictured here on the side), the other by Ideal Standard and was called PONTI Z. A more ‘moderate’ colour, on the other hand, is deep blue. According to the Sintesibagno team, it is the colour that every person thinks of if you tell them to imagine blue. It is the colour of Superman’s suit or the US flag. It is by far the most popular tone of blue for ceramic manufacturers. Astra ceramiche offered it on both the GEMMA and SERIE 83, Ceramica Dolomite presented it with series LAGO, Ideal Standard with all its successful series: the ever-present CONCALINDA, and TESI.

We now come to the end of the blue colour scale, with the two darkest shades: Navy Blue (called by some ceramics, see Cesame , BLU SIAM) and Blueberry. The first is the typical dark blue, the second the blue, which some call night, darkest and designed by the ceramic manufacturer Ideal Standard. The photo opposite shows the Conca vase in this finish. The marine blue was instead a success of Pozzi Ginori and other ceramic manufacturers. In the Sintesibagno store you will find many toilet seats with these colour finishes.

Today we discovered the colour BLUE and its sanitary ware and toilet seat covers. By now you may have understood what colour your sanitary fitting is, but you are still in doubt about the model. Let the Sintesibagno team help you find the correct toilet seat, we suggest you send us an email to info@sintesibagno.it or a WhatsApp message to 3341288978 with two pictures of your sanitary fitting and a few measurements and we will be able to help you choose. Here is the video on how to go about finding a toilet seat cover:


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