All Ac­cess

FOR­WARD-THINK­ING PROD­UCTS THAT PUT SAFETY AND AC­CES­SI­BIL­ITY FIRST

Azure - - SPOTLIGHT - WORDS _Ken­dra Jack­son

_1 Along with hav­ing an on-trend seam­less look, thresh­old-free show­ers mean less chance of trip­ping. Ceram­ica Globo’s Doc­ciapi­etra shower tray can be in­stalled to sit flush with the floor, and the stone-like min­er­a­land-resin com­pos­ite is an­tibac­te­rial and non-slip. ce­ram­ica­globo.com

_2 A dou­ble shot of con­ve­nience, the Spec­tra + Etouch by Amer­i­can Stan­dard fea­tures a fixed shower head that can be con­trolled by touch­ing its outer ring, and a re­mote con­trol that can be mounted any­where within the shower for those who can’t reach the fix­ture. amer­i­can­stan­dard.ca

_3 The smart ther­mo­stat of the Grohe Gro­htherm Smart­con­trol sys­tem (when used with the Rapido Smart­box) has an over­ride func­tion that pre­vents scald­ing by in­stantly shut­ting the hot wa­ter flow off if the cold wa­ter sup­ply fails. The easy-grip knobs give quick con­trol over spray in­ten­sity and wa­ter vol­ume with a turn of the dial or a push of the cen­tre but­ton. grohe.ca

_4 The Hug grab bars by Ponte Gi­ulio turn a stan­dard safety fea­ture into an eye-catch­ing de­sign el­e­ment. They are part of a larger col­lec­tion of ac­ces­sories that puts a con­tem­po­rary spin on func­tional el­e­ments. pon­te­giuliousa.com

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