Showering – the Best and the Brightest!

Shower heads have really evolved from their humble beginnings as little more than a can with holes in it. Everything from high efficiency water saving styles to 24” rain heads are available in a variety of styles and finishes.

Hansgrohe has always been on the leading edge of showering innovation. This year they have introduced their new “Raindance E” series which combines a rectangular shape designed to match the body with a “Rainflow” option for a unique waterfall experience. Hansgrohe is also a leader in water conservation with their “Raindance AIR” series. By injecting air into the water stream these heads deliver a full feeling spray with a minimum of water.

Grohe America is one of the best known names in showering. Their “Dreamspray” technology provides an even flow throughout the spray resulting is an enveloping shower spray. Their “Rainshower F” series is a recessed shower head that is perfect for contemporary interiors. To see the range of Grohe spray styles click here.

Rohl is not always a name that comes to mind when looking for shower heads but in fact the Rohl Shower Collection is one of the most extensive available. From traditional rain heads to their unique “Wave Integrated” head or the “Mantova” traditional country design there is a shower head for everyone in this collection.

If you’re looking for something unique check out the “Quadrato Dream Light Chromatherapy Canopy” by Jaclo. The Quadrato is a 16” x 16” shower head with 350 jets and a multi-function light system. The “Lumiere” series is an elegant collection of heads that combine unique style with luxury shower options.

With all these available why would anyone want a plain old shower head anymore?

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3 thoughts on “Showering – the Best and the Brightest!

  1. nowadays, we are seeing some water shortage and water conservation is even more necessary~’:

  2. Very true, especially here in California. The area around Monterey and Carmel has been experiencing these shortages in a big way. New “CalGreen” restrictions will become mandatory in 2011 and will place new limits on water use in both commercial and residential buildings.

  3. water conservation should be done because we are already having some water shortage these days:“

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