Step up your style with newIcon bins from Brabantia, in three new on-trend colours of Daisy Yellow, Clay Pink and Moss Green. The stunning newIcon bins not only look great, but also boast a generous 30-litre capacity in a space-efficient tall slim shape.
Calm, soothing Moss Green, soft and beautiful Clay Pink, and happy Daisy Yellow will add a touch of colour to your kitchen this season, and we also have ever-popular Almond and super-stylish Platinum if you’d like a more neutral effect. At £60.00 these bins are a good value way to refresh and tidy your kitchen and are built for years of intensive, problem free use.
You could even put two or three together to create a recycling station: use different colours to identify different contents, or use all the same colour bins with added labels. The new colours work well together as a set.
Brabantia have called these bins newIcon simply because they are new Icons in their range: intended as future classics which will be as much loved as the former tall slim pedal bins.
The lid shape on the newIcon bins is gently rounded, a shape which is half-way between the flat lid on the previous classic pedal bins, and the domed shape of the retro-styled pedal bins including our Orla Kiely designs.
The lids not only look good but are also uniquely smooth and quiet in use, thanks to superior soft-close functionality and a new easy and light pedal operation. This lid is also odour-proof when shut, to prevent any unpleasant smells seeping into the kitchen. The removable plastic inner bucket is easy to clean while the smart grip in the lid hinge makes it easy to move the bin around the room.
Brabantia say “Since 1953, we have made over 50 million pedal bins. All this expertise, we’ve now put into our newIcon pedal bin. A sustainable bin, with the best ever design, usability and value for money. Our best bins ever.”
This iconic styling is combined with impeccable eco credentials. The newIcon pedal bins are made from 40% recycled materials while 98% of the bins’ packaging is recyclable, as is the actual bin once it reaches the end of its lifespan.
And when you buy a newIcon bin from Binopolis, Brabantia will make a donation to The Ocean Cleanup, which develops advanced technologies to rid the world’s oceans of plastic. They have invented a network of extremely long floating barriers which let the ocean gather the plastic using its own currents. An array of barriers could theoretically remove about half the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in 10 years. A prototype of the barrier is currently being tested in the North Sea.
So support the Ocean Cleanup and treat your kitchen to a fresh new look with a brilliant Brabantia newIcon bin: see them here