Trends in updating home
Nature-inspired designs, like this one from collection, can serve as artwork for the bathroom.Blossoming Collection With a name meaning "cherry blossom" in Japanese, Ann Sacks' Sakura collection represents the beauty of the changing seasons. Another popular trend is metal tile, also available from the two previous companies.Dal-Tile's Metal Fusion line combines ceramic tile with metallic granules for a chic, industrial-meets-natural look.
MTI brings music to bathers' ears with its Stereo H2O—a built-in stereo system.
The water-efficient fixture with H2Okinetic Technology® from Delta uses only 1.6 gpm as opposed to the standard 2.5 gpm.
The technology manages the water droplet size and velocity, spray coverage and thermal dynamics, delivering the feeling of a standard showerhead at a lower flow. ; Delta Keeping fixtures and storage undercover allows for a clean, minimalist look, similar to that of a spa.
No longer just a utilitarian space, today's bathroom can be a place of luxury and convenience.
Achieving this is a matter of keeping up with the latest and greatest design elements.