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The sky’s the limit for Dornbracht’s shower


Dornbracht’s Sensory Sky shower, available from March, has been designed to create the feeling of showering in the open air. It features settings of rain, fog, light and fragrance and is designed to offer more choice than standard experience showers. The Rejoice programme, for example, comprises a warm rain curtain where the droplets glisten in the colours of the rainbow with an accompanying fresh


fragrance that has a sweet, spicy and woody finish. The Readjust programme features a warm fog and light rain with fresh, woody meadow herbs and fruity hints of berries; while Release – a heavy summer rain – offers changes in temperature and light and is complemented by a tropical fragrance with hints of citrus fruit and an earthy base.


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Gloster reveals The Grid outdoor furniture collection


Launched at IMM Cologne in January, The Grid by Gloster is a range of modular outdoor furniture that can be configured in multiple ways and directions to help personalise exterior spaces. It has been created by Danish designer Henrik Pedersen who has combined clean lines and a contemporary look with a cosy lounge feel. The range uses sustainable teak wooden


grids, soft upholstery and stone plates across its tables and platforms. The seats


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are made from a powder coated aluminium frame with weatherproof lounge cushions and slatted teak platform. The frames come in white and the base cushions come in Dove (light grey) Lace (off-white) or Raven (dark grey), with scatter cushions in Carbon Sky (dark blue), Dark Taupe (dark grey), Frosty Chine (light blue) or Grey Chine (light grey) shades.


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