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* Dig­i­tal show­er­ing and touch-screen tech­nol­ogy al­low you to site con­trols out­side the shower en­clo­sure, bring­ing wa­ter in at pre-set tem­per­a­tures.

* Look for fun ad­di­tions built into the show­er­head, such as LED light­ing and Bluetooth speak­ers. ‘Show­ers have be­come more of a re­lax­ation zone, rather than a quick in-and-out solution and our range of show­er­heads have re­mote­con­trolled colour LEDS that you can run on a stun­ning ro­ta­tional spec­trum,’ says Laura Weeks, brands de­vel­oper at Cross­wa­ter.

* Good light­ing is es­sen­tial in the bath­room, so choose a con­trol sys­tem that can de­liver bright light for shav­ing, a lower light for end-of-day show­er­ing and coloured light to en­hance mood.

* ‘Hi-tech fix­tures and fit­tings can be used to achieve a well­ness re­treat, with re­lax­ing and en­er­gis­ing aro­mather­apy and chro­mather­apy,’ says Sarah Har­ris, brand man­ager at Zuc­chetti.kos. ‘Make the most of shower fea­tures, such as rain, mist, wa­ter­fall and body jets.’

* For the ul­ti­mate pri­vate spa, Dorn­bracht’s Hor­i­zon­tal Shower in­vites you to lie down while en­joy­ing the ther­a­peu­tic mas­sage ef­fects of the six wa­ter jets po­si­tioned above the shower bed.

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