Grohe’s New Line of Ceramics Meets Various Tastes

The saying ‘it’s all in details’ fits in perfectly with Grohe. Meet Cube Ceramic, Euro Ceramic and Bau Ceramic. Grohe’s new line of ceramics allows every bathroom to become a harmoniously coordinated oasis of well-being. From washbasins in different sizes to bidets and toilets, Grohe offers a comprehensive assortment of bathroom ceramics that will suit every style and perfectly match Grohe faucets, toilet flush plates and accessories.

With these fully integrated solutions, Grohe offers the PerfectMatch in the bathroom drawing on LIXIL‘s decades of know-how in this category. Thanks to innovative technologies, Grohe’s ceramics are characterized by maximum hygiene, longevity and comfort.

Grohe Euro – Features Flowing Lines

Euro Ceramic

Whether a compact or a family bathroom, with its flowing lines, Grohe’s Euro Ceramic suits all bathroom sizes and meets every style preference. The collection combines excellent performance with an attractive price and includes everything needed for the perfect bathroom design. An advantage, especially for small bathrooms, is that the compact Euro Ceramic toilet uses space extremely efficiently.

Grohe Cube – a Distinct Style Statement

Cube Ceramic

With its angularly shaped and minimalist design, the ceramic line Cube Ceramic transforms every bathroom into an urban place of relaxation. Featuring a look of contemporary forms inspired by Cubism, this ceramic line creates a luxurious retreat in everyday life.

Grohe Bau – Timeless Elegance for Every Bathroom

Bau Ceramic

The third Grohe ceramic line, Bau Ceramic, blends harmoniously into any bathroom ambience. It features a timeless look with soft, rounded shapes. Bau Ceramic’s slim style makes it the perfect choice for discreetly designed bathrooms. Hence, the line is an all-rounder with state-of-the-art technology at an attractive price. Bau Ceramic is designed so that it can be used not only in residential buildings, but also in project business, for example in hotels or public institutions.

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