How to personalise your kitchen or bathroom

ISCA launches a new range of colourful taps to add a splash of colour to your home

Want to upgrade your bathroom or kitchen? Need to match your taps to your state-of-the-art coffee machine? Now you can, and at a very reasonable price too. ISCA has introduced trim kits for taps that add a pop of colour to kitchens or bathrooms. And best of all, if you wake up one morning and decide you hate orange, for instance, you can change your mixers to blue (or yellow, or red, or green, or black or matt gold) within minutes. It’s all about bringing fun back.

ISCA, a trend-setter in kitchen and bathroom fittings, has launched an exciting new range of colourful taps, giving homeowners the freedom to customise their existing ISCA Bordo Round kitchen and bathroom taps and mixers adding a fresh pop of colour to their living space.

ISCA's new range of colourful taps

ISCA creates stunning collections based on the latest local and international trends. Excited by great design, ISCA aims to share its love and passion for unique and beautifully crafted design with its customers, at prices they can afford.

“We’ve listened to our customers and are excited to launch a range that allows them to customise their bathroom and kitchen spaces and add splashes of colour to their living space,” says John Westermeyer, Chief Marketing Officer, LIXIL Africa. “While many people see the purchase of taps as a long-term commitment, this new design concept from ISCA turns faucets into fashion items that can be as trendy and beautiful as a new set of bath towels.

“This new and innovative concept is also affordable and easy to install. Homeowners will now have the freedom play with colour in a way that has never been seen before,” he continues.

The fun and funky range comes in a range of modern trendy colours, including red, orange, yellow, green, blue as well as matte black and classy matte gold. ISCA’s trim kits and mixers are also simple and easy to fit without the help of a plumber. For homeowners who are comfortable with DIY, ISCA has created a helpful step-by-step video with easy-to-follow installation instructions accessible on

ISCA has also launched its first full black tap and mixer range – Ebony. The range is ideal for homeowners with bold tastes, but who also love the minimal and classic look and enjoy pushing the bounds of home design.

“At ISCA, we’re all about inspiring people to live life beautifully. Your home is an expression of your personal style, and creating the home of your dreams starts with colour,” says Westermeyer. “Both the new colour trim kits and Ebony collection are designed to help homeowners to bring a timeless take on the latest trends into their homes.”

The new ISCA collection is available from Plumb-It Centurion or online at For more trend inspiration follow Isca on Facebook and Instagram with these hashtags #ISCATapCouture #LetLifeFlow #ISCAontrend #TapCouture.

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