Customized Bathing: Bathroom Trend

Customized Bathing: Bathroom Trend

These digital controls take the guess work out of showering, allowing users to precisely set their preferred water temperature, flow rate and timings.

Grohe F-digital_1

Grohe F-digital is a digital shower controller that allows you to precisely set the perfect water temperature and save your preferred settings with a single touch. The technology can be integrated into the shower, bath, bidet, basin or even the kitchen.


Users of ThermaSol's steam showers can use their smartphones or tablet devices to control everything from temperature to generator maintenance via a specially designed Mobile App called Solitude. Mitch Altman, CEO of ThermaSol says, "The Solitude Mobile Application takes our systems to the next level by allowing users to control every facet of their steam shower (temperature, light, music, maintenance and more) via a cell phone or tablet device from anywhere within their home's WiFi range. "

DTV control by Kohler

Standing for ‘digital thermostatic valve’, Kohler’s DTV controls allow you to select your ideal shower temperature on the digital screen and it will notify you when ready. The DTV Prompt diverter lets you toggle between shower or bath or run both simultaneously. The controls also include a timer so you can control the length of your shower pause the water for up to three minutes.

Smart Water by Dornbracht

Smart Water is a digital system from Dornbracht that networks bathroom and kitchen components with one another. With a single flick of the wrist, two control dials control the exact temperature and water volume; the easy-to-read display switch can be used to call up useful pre-set settings for everyday functions as well as complex choreographies with multiple outlets.

ioDigital one-touch digital spa by Moen

The ioDigital one-touch digital spa by Moen allows you customize shower, spa or tub water temperature and flow. An LED indicators flash when the requested settings are achieved and a handy remote allows you to turn on your bath or shower from up to 30 feet away or top up your tub with hot water.

This article was first published on AF New York, in cooperation with DesignerPages.

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