According to new research released this week by Readly, one in ten Brits report using smart home technology every hour of their day. Diane Larner takes a look at the latest innovations to reach the bathroom sector.
Today’s shower designs deliver a variety of options, from multigenerational innovations to bespoke or space-saving designs.
Maximising space while creating luxurious bathrooms is crucial for house-builders to stay competitive in the current property market. Today, we explore the latest innovations on offer.
Clerkenwell Design Week returned last month and welcomed 37,725 visitors. Diane Larner attended and collated six inspirational bathroom highlights.
Whilst a successful bathroom design relies on the synchronicity of all its necessary parts (from surfaces to lighting), sanitaryware undoubtedly leads the way in tone and style.
We see more versatility in shower design as we welcome new colour possibilities, accessible solutions, and the latest resource-saving innovations.
Our homes are a place of sanctuary and the bathroom remains a stress-free zone where natural earthy colours and materials are popular.
Guests want good-looking bathrooms that feel more luxurious than home, with fixtures that are easy to understand and can be backed up by sustainable, water and energy-saving credentials.
As we step boldly into 2023 the latest design schemes are ahead of the game, bringing a welcome burst of colour and style into our homes.