Picking up where we left off in 2020 is going to be a difficult thing. The trends we thought would continue became less relevant and ultimately changed form due to necessity. The new trends are leaning towards sensible for the homebody and poised for positive morale.
Soaking Tubs – For years the hustle and bustle Americans had to deal with meant we didn’t have time to try out those fancy bath bombs or light a candle and relax. Showers are shorter and more practical, but with the stress of quarantine, not only do we have the time but also the reason to pamper ourselves from time to time. Have a splendid soaking tub installed where you once may have had a stand-up shower or just a less functional bathing experience.
Smart Toilets – smart products have made their way into just about every aspect of our lives. The bathroom now has an array of smart and exciting products to make you save on power and get the most out of your water bill.
Intelligent storage – With the extra hours spent at home, we notice we need a different organization method to utilize our belongings and space most effectively. From cabinets to drawers, the more intelligent the storage plan is, the more you will love your home.
Majestic Metallics – Metal has always had its place, but to elevate the aesthetic a bit this year, coppers, brass, and bronze are all making their way back into the mainstream. These flashy colors give a unique and timeless feel to any home.
It doesn’t matter what you choose, just that you go out with the old and in with the new. Appealing to other people’s design strategies is no longer a necessity, and it is important you choose what you like. We love to offer you suggestions, and we also love helping you achieve your dream. If you think it looks good, then that is what’s right for you! Thank you for reading this blog, we hope it inspired you to make a distinct choice as to how you want your bathroom redesigned. Check back soon for more industry information.