Grohe RainshowerÂ® Rainbow Icon Collection – Cutting edge design, modern chic and a subtle flair for the dramatic.
May 4th, 2010
A splash of colour can do wonders for the aesthetic, and feel that your bathroom projects.
A bolder colour palette awakens your senses while complimenting the traditional surrounds of your bathroom interior beautifully.
Cass Brothers parades this stunning look courtesy of the Grohe Rainshower® Rainbow Icon Collection.
The broad spectrum of the rainbow is encompassed with this truly distinct, modern shower head.
The Grohe Rainshower® Rainbow Icon Collection will be available in the entire colour spectrum, but be snappy as it will be available for a limited time only, with the green model here to stay
The Grohe Rainshower® Rainbow Icon Collection with its halo-shaped head will make any shower feel like heaven! Innovative design reduces the water volume resulting in reduced consumption, yet delivering an encompassing full spray.
Not only will the shower head enlighten your showering experience but it is also kind to mother Earth. Incorporated is the GROHE EcoButton – with just a click of the button you are on your way to an environmentally friendly shower experience.
Striking, functional and designed to enhance your environmental contribution within the home, The Grohe Rainshower® Rainbow Icon Collection is as purposeful as it is dazzling.
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