At the ISH Show in Frankfurt, Germany, Italian plumbing manufacturer Scarabeo displayed these small lavatories that look like paint buckets.
German plumbing manufacturer Bravat by Dietsch displayed a two-person jetted tub that includes a pop-up television.
Kohler displayed its Stillness lav that it’s distributing only in Europe. That little square on the sink shown on the right side of the photo is the pop-up control for the sink drain.
Italian plumbing manufacturer Mariani Rubinetterie displayed lavatory faucets that emit different colored LED lights. The lights are powered by micro-turbines spinning inside the waterways. Software inside the faucets can be programmed so the LEDs glow red when the faucet is producing hot water, white for tepid and blue for cold water.
This series of in-wall fixture carriers from Viega is just an example of the thousands of products the manufacturer has available in Europe that it has not yet brought to the U.S.
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