Sweet-Smelling Sanitaryware: Bathroom Trend

Sweet-Smelling Sanitaryware: Bathroom Trend

From showers with essential oils to toilet seats that combat odors, integrated scent functions are becoming an increasingly important part of bathroom fixtures, furniture and fittings.


The Purefreshâ„¢ toilet seat by Kohler neutralizes bathroom odorous using a deodorizing carbon filter, which is carefully hidden in the seat's hinge. A discreet fan blows air over the Purefresh scent pack, diffusing the fragrance around the bathroom space.


For a multisensory shower experience, Dornbracht offer their Sensory Sky shower unit. With choreographies inspired by the weather, the Sensory Sky shower comes with different types of rain, accompanied with lighting and fragrances for the ultimate immersive shower experience.


Duravit's Architec Dry urinal contains an outlet with a gel ring, which fights dirt and urine scale to prevent the formation of bad odors. The ring also holds essential oils, releasing pleasant fragrance for a fresh bathroom environment.


Bringing essential oils to your shower is the Essio's Aromatherapy Shower Kit. The showerhead attachment is simple to install and releases the oils once in contact with the flowing water, diffusing the sweet smelling oils for a fragrant, therapeutic shower.


The Lenticularis mirror emits a scented vapour cloud, which partially blocks the reflection as it scents the air. Designed by Sasa Stucin and Nicholas Gardner, it was created to be a conceptual art piece as well as a functional, fragrant mirror.

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