With home prices and interest rates on the rise, many homeowners are choosing to…
PALO ALTO, CA — U.S. homeowners are increasingly turning to their master bathroom as…
A variety of tile formats â€“ everything from large sizes to linear mosaics â€“ natural stone and wood resemblances, patterns/textures combined with affordability and durability to withstand a wet environment make it a popular choice for designers from coast to coast.
Despite ongoing economic challenges, the bath remains of key importance to consumers seeking a refuge from the stresses of day-to-day life. And the water experience â€“ most often defined by the luxury shower â€“ continues to be an important part of creating that spa-like haven.
At the same time, the growing interest in water conservation is impacting the shower and tub market. But while the two trends might seem at odds with each other, new technology has made it possible to have a drenching water experience with less water than the super soaker showers of years past, satisfying both performance needs and water conservation mandates.
Variety is the spice of life, and thatâ€™s particularly evident in the broad array of bathroom sink and faucet offerings available on the market today. Despite this, some key trends emerge, including a desire for products that can be used to personalize the bath, an interest in water conservation and a move toward choices that are easy to use, durable and low maintenance.