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Introducing GROHE Euro Ceramics – a one-stop, stylish bathroom solution

  • 23 Feb 2018

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Imagine a great looking bathroom that is universally suitable to all types of projects. A bathroom which is both hugely practical but also fun and visually distinctive. The Euro Ceramic range from GROHE has been specially designed to combine excellent performance with an attractive price, making it the smart choice for specifiers working on commercial and residential projects. The latest issue of ABC&D magazine looks at the benefits of the Euro Ceramic range.

The Euro line collection is designed to complement a modern lifestyle, with a contemporary style that matches mixers and fittings in GROHE’s Eurosmart and Eurostyle lines, as well as with Eurosmart Cosmopolitan and Eurostyle Cosmopolitan.

The range offers huge design flexibility for specifiers who can choose between four styles of basin for their project including wall hung, countertop and under counter basins and wall hung and floor standing toilets and bidets. There is also the option to upgrade to a basin or toilet which comes with GROHE’s hygiene coating combining ProGuard, which provides a repellent layer against stains and dirt, with HyperClean technology. This helps to protect against limescale and bacteria for a long and hygienic product life. The collection has also been specially designed to suit the needs of small bathrooms, as all Euro basins and toilets feature a compact size and design to use space effectively.

Michael Gray, GROHE UK product manager, said: “The Euro line collection comes with a number of added benefits, including a Triple Vortex flush on the toilets, ensuring the bowl is thoroughly and powerfully rinsed with the Rimless technology leaving dirt nowhere to hide. The toilets also come with a Quick Release seat for easy removal and maintenance, the option of a soft or regular close and a fully skirted design and hidden fixation for a sleek appearance. The basins are available in a range of sizes and mounting options, including full and semi-pedestal. For ultimate peace of mind, and emphasising GROHE quality, the Euro line collection is available with a five-year guarantee on all products”.

Raj Mistry, GROHE UK marketing director commented: “Following on from the GROHE Bau Ceramics collection, Euro line harnesses parent company Lixil’s expertise in the ceramics market and combines it with GROHE’s award-winning innovation and design leadership. The range provides a one-stop solution for designers, reducing the need to specify products from different manufacturers and offering reassurance that all aspects of the GROHE ceramics and brassware will co-ordinate perfectly, both in terms of style and functionality.”

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