Nothing demonstrates the influence of technology in the bathroom more than the growing demand for digital showers. Here, Steve Saunders, Senior Technical Manager at Triton Showers, takes a closer look at the potential of this market.
Stephen Maley, UK Sales Director for Hewi tells us the hotel sector can benefit from inclusive solutions.
With an ageing population and an increasing number of adult children returning to their parental homes after moving out, multigenerational living in the UK is on the rise.
Sven Rensinghoff, Bette's Head of Marketing tells us matt colours are proving a popular choice fro consumers as are larger, more spacious showering spaces.
At Ideal Standard, we’re seeing a gradual move from UK consumers away from pillar taps and dual control fittings to lower-cost, single levers.
Margaret Talbot Marketing Manager for VitrA.co.uk explains why furniture has become a vital design element for the UK bathroom.
Nathan MaClean, Managing Director at Virtual Worlds tells us why virtual reality is big news in the KBB industry, with new developments making it easier than ever before for showrooms to share designs with their customers.
Margaret Talbot, Marketing Manager of VitrA UK explains why the show is the ultimate platform to meet leading architects and designers...
Aqualisa's Customer Experience Director, Wendy Bennett tells us the strongest bathroom trend for 2018 and beyond is personalisation with new technologies enabling freedom of expression.
Aaron Bourne, Design and Innovation Manager at Aqualisa explains the move.
At Aqualisa, we are now describing our digital showers as 'smart' mixer showers. We believe that smart more accurately describes the proactive benefits of the category, such as such as automatically checking water temperature 100 times per second.