Available in Delhi NCR only

Composed Bathroom Faucet Collection

The Composed faucet collection by Kohler is a design stripped of nonessential flourishes. Composed embodies simplicity. Clean. Classic. Quietly confident. It exemplifies refinement among KOHLER® products as it forms an original composition that is at once unique yet comfortably familiar.


Timeless and deliberate, the Composed faucet exhibits the beautifully understated elements of minimalist design. By eliminating unnecessary details, the Composed faucet elicits an emotional response with its stark beauty.

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Composed faucets were designed with two single-handle options – both of which embrace the minimalist aesthetic. The pure handle offers design simplicity with a surprisingly delicate touch, while the lever handle provides elegance for a distinctive visual statement.


Where a more substantial design statement is needed, or there is a preference for a broader function, Composed faucets offer a widespread design featuring classic lever and cross handle options.


By offering deck-mount and freestanding bath faucet options, Composed allows you to retain the simplicity of aesthetic that is at the core of this design throughout the bathroom. Handshowers paired with deck-mount faucets share the commitment to simple design.


The Composed valve trim strikes a balance between simplicity and function. It coordinates with a range of KOHLER showerheads and handshowers to complete the look of the bathroom.


The Composed collection includes a variety of accessories equally committed to retaining the contemporary simplicity of the faucet designs.


Even the simplest design benefits from flexibility. Composed single-handle faucets offer three distinctive height options to complement a range of sink and vanity designs.


In addition to Polished Chrome, the Composed bathroom collection features the new Vibrant® Titanium finish, a uniquely edgy, cool metallic that occupies the space between Polished Chrome and a heavier tungsten.

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