Showerheads: For this section, let's start off with showerheads. This Axor Lamp Shower from Hansgrohe is by far the weirdest yet coolest showerhead I've ever seen. It combines a LED light lamp and a showerhead into one which is something I've personally never seen before. According to the company, the reason they did that is to give the shower an enhanced dimension that hasn't been seen before. In other words, this showerhead is literally just for that 'wow' factor that some consumers are looking for. It has the option to be wall- or ceiling-mounted in a Chrome finish.
This showerhead actually helps save water! Toto's Aero Rain Showers flow at a 2.5 or 2.0 gallons per minute which is seriously earth-friendly. It uses the companies own patented air-injection technology as a way to increase the volume of water in each droplet by drawing air in through the top of the showerhead and pumping it into the droplets. Thus this helps create a nice even water distribution and full body coverage. Meaning that while you're using it, you're essentially feeling like you're enclosed in much more water than you're actually using. The showerhead even bursts short pulsating water at given intervals as a way to make the experience more enjoyable, I mean how cool is that!? The showerhead is available in both classic and modern designs and offers an 8" or 12" diameter spray face which can either be wall- or ceiling-mounted.
Bottom of the Shower: So now that we went through the top part of a shower, let's go on to the bottom. Best Bath Systems created an above-floor rough shower pan that works like a tub replacement with above-floor rough plumbing. The pan is resistant to mold and mildew and is easy to install. It also comes with left and right drain location options.
Duravit also created a product that's for the shower floor which I think is a pretty important product. They came out with a slip-resistant shower tray (yes you read that correctly) called a Stonetto shower tray. It's made of the company's DuraSolid Q material and it imitates the feel of natural stone.
Though this isn't floor-related but it is considered to be at the bottom of a shower. Teakworks4u came out with a teak shower bench that is individually crafted and meets ADA specifications.
Great for a Small Bathroom: ITALBRASS came out with a great small bath storage system called the Group Cab Server. It's made from stainless steel and it's a compact and modular freestanding metal system that includes a paper holder, two spare towel holders, a toilet brush, and a soap dish.
Are there any new bathroom products that you've seen or want to have in your remodel? Let us know!
Til Next Time,