Four Bathroom Trends That Are Worth Your Investment
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
There are some trends that had their time to shine but can now make you shudder. Pink bathrooms were the colour of the ‘80s and so was carpeted bathroom flooring.
1. Walk-In Showers
The immensely popular trend of homeowners
having whirlpool tubs installed in their bathrooms was an example of a bad
bathroom fad. Many homeowners are living constantly active, busy lifestyles and
don’t have time for such an “over the top” bathtub. Walk-in showers, however,
have the ability to combine aspects of luxury and convenience. Inviting and
easy to use, walk-in showers allow homeowners to have a spa experience with an
in-shower seat and customized shower heads. Baths are not always the most
practical choice, but showers always will be.
2. Hidden Toilet
Most couples share their master bathroom, and
often at the same time. Whether they’re preparing for the workday in the
morning or bed in the evening, they’re most likely in each other’s presence.
Concealing the toilet behind an additional wall or even another room within the
bathroom itself can add some privacy between you two. This also saves valuable
space to allow the bathroom to look more visually appealing and more space for
a couple to share.
3. Compact Storage Cabinets
Many are moving towards compact and clean
storage, cabinets and shelves to promote minimalist appearance and habits. Your
bathroom is supposed to be a relaxing, private space and when it is unkempt,
that can create stress. The minimalist trend of hidden cabinets and wall
shelving is effectively organized and extremely practical.
4. Electronic Installations
Whether you take a five or 45-minute shower,
having music play during it can boost almost anyone’s mood. Media installations
in the bathroom have become much more commonplace lately. From wireless
speakers to Bluetooth or waterproof televisions, media is making time in the
shower something to look forward to. Electronics and media are not going
anywhere, which makes this investment wise. Technicians can have your music
system installed or television in your wall for the post-work evenings if you
want to catch up on your favourite Netflix series.
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