Earth Day has been celebrated since 1970 and has grown in popularity from an environmental movement that only hippies cared about to a global movement to save and clean up the Earth. Trees are planted, parks cleaned up, green is made “cool” for one specific day. Citizens of the world give up time and energy to help make the Earth a little more beautiful.
Although ISH occurred several months ago, we wanted to take a minute to give you a little reminder of the Hansgrohe display – undeniably one of the best in show! Aside from the innovation we can expect from Hansgrohe – such as shower heads which provide luxury and eco-friendly solutions, the company rolled some of our favorite new products of the year.
While offering a beautiful design for faucets, shower heads, and other accessories, Hansgrohe also believes in concentrating on the end user. By offering such a wide range of choices, the company allows you to choose a look that best suits the room, and function that best suits you! Take a look at just a few of the products below, and if you’d like to look at more of the products in-depth, visit our Hansgrohe page.
Hands down my favorite is the Axor Starck “ShowerHeaven” shower head. This large, ceiling mounted head rains down water to cover your entirely and allows for more efficient showering and a spa-like relaxation. Definitely one of those “must try” products!
What are your favorites? Comment below to share!
The Kitchen and Bath Industry Show 2010 has come and gone this past April, and with it arrives many cutting edge design and technology announcements from several prominent designers and manufacturers. Hansgrohe, Moen, Rohl and many others debuted much of their upcoming products for 2010 and beyond, so head down after the jump to see what’s in store for us. Continue reading →
Hansgrohe is a versatile company that provides much possiblity, regardless of the tub and tile you choose. They specialize in hardware fixtures like faucets and showerheads in order to focus on the highest quality water flow in your bathroom. They have a belief of making sure the bathroom isn’t just a place of necessity, but one of relaxation and recreation as well.