Contemporary collection of unconventional shower heads and panels
Contemporary collection of unconventional shower heads
Just as in a kitchen, you can’t get by without contemporary plumbing and accessories in the bathroom. Simple design, minimalist in its lines and construction, is very much that is needed to create an atmosphere that is novel and luxurious. Here we look at a collection of unusual shower heads that will urge you to go out to showrooms to look for something new and different.
Bougies from Jameson Interiors
The new Bougies collection of steel mixer taps from Jameson Interiors, from Ritmonio design studios, offers a unique approach to plumbing accessories for shower areas. Each shower head is designed as the lower part of a shelf on which you can place candles, moisture-loving houseplants, or aromatherapy or incense sticks.
Aquavolo from Bossini
Aquavolo from Bossini, a steel shower head, stands out with its futuristic design. It incorporates a horizontal rotating plate which allows two shower modes: rain downpour and waterfall.
Air shower head from Massimiliano Settimelli
There is a similar collection of shower heads under the Air brand from Massimiliano Settimelli. Multi-functional design provides several shower modes: rain, waterfall or combi. The shower heads Nozzle fit perfectly into bathroom interiors with their spa-style design.
Gaia shower head from Paolo Bertarelli
Gaia shower heads from Paolo Bertarelli are ceiling-mounted, and boast a modern and elegant design. Multi-coloured LED lights give them an exotic appearance. There are two modes of operation: waterfall and rain.
Terra Marique from the Rare Studios
Contemporary shower heads need not only be made of metal. Terra Marique from Rare Studios proves that wood can be an amazing alternative. The simple design allows its natural beauty to be brought to the fore.
Sensory Sky shower head from Dornbracht
The Sensory Sky shower head from Dornbracht allow maximum closeness to nature with its variety of modes of operation: drizzle, downpour, thunderstorm and even fog. Light and aroma are regulated by a digital display panel.
Closer shower head from Zucchettikos
Modern innovative design for the Closer shower head from Zucchettikos provides incredible flexibility, so the water jet can be directed in precisely the right direction. A cylindrical counterweight keeps the shower head stable in its desired position.
Skidoo shower panel from Carlo Colombo
The Skidoo shower panel by Carlo Colombo has a simple shape and fits perfectly into a contemporary industrial-style bathroom.
Ametis is a futuristic shower panel from the David Oppizzi collection from the GRAFF range. This is colour and water in harmony. Smooth lines allow it to seamlessly fit into an interior while at the same time allowing it to stand out.
Boma shower panel from Imago Design
The Boma shower panel from Imago Design fits perfectly into the interior of a small bathroom, specifically designed to save space in a confined environment. However, neither its beauty nor the designer’s style are sacrificed .
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