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Grohe is entering the shower tray game

The brand is now a step closer to becoming a full-service provider in the bathroom
   Amanda Peters  |  written on: 11-10-2018 14:30pm


A first for GROHE, the global sanitary fittings brand is now applying its expertise to the shower tray sector too.

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For those that like uniformity, the new range can be perfectly matched to not only the three sanitaryware design lines – GROHE Bau, GROHE Euro and GROHE Cube – but can also be optimally combined with other GROHE bathroom accessories. The slim and minimalist design has an extremely low profile of a depth of only three centimetres. This not only makes the space look sleeker but also ensures easier accessibility for all generations as well as future-proofs the room for years to come.  



There is a choice of rectangular or square models with sizes from 80 x 80cm up to 90 x 140cm in a selection of seven different dimensions.

Made of sanitary acrylic in an Alpine White finish, the solid, full-surface trays are non-porous and smooth, ensuring increased slip resistance during showering.

The collection is available in the UK with prices starting from £196.80 and goes up to £498.00, depending on the model. 

Credit: Grohe Bau Ceramic collection (Cover image)

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Amanda Peters


KBB Ark Web Editor. I've been writing for design magazines for a few years now and like nothing more than ‘exploring’ other people's homes (with their permission, of course).