5 Tech-Savvy and Practical Bath Design Trends

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The future of bathroom design is a melding of technology with modern pieces like a marble bathtub. It’s a base principle that you can use to create a one-of-a-kind bathroom experience.

Here are 5 tech additions and practical design trends to follow in 2021:

Welcoming Colors

There are certain colors that are staples in bathroom transition themes, including silver, blue, beige, gray and white, but don’t forget that black and bronze can be used to an effect as well.

Bathrooms can stand alone as long as they provide a welcome and relaxing atmosphere as soon as you step in.

Freestanding Tubs for a Modern Feel

Freestanding tubs, particularly stone bathtub and similar builds are gaining popularity this year. While stylish, it offers a benefit that allows families to give their children or pets a bath without added hassles.

Functionality is equal as design, so people will want to consider freestanding models for easier baths.

Self-Cleaning Toilets

Self-flushing and self-cleaning toilets are designed to make the homeowner avoid having to do maintenance on their units.

Companies are now racing towards toilets with lids that can auto close or open, are self-cleaning and automatically flush. Furthermore, they have automatic misters, include a nightlight and come in various shapes and heated options.

Contemporary and Transitional Combine

Interior designers and homeowners like contemporary and transitional, with natural light, light colors and minimal vanity items and fixtures.

Keypad lighting controls, glass material, pebble and mosaic tiles and pendant lights can be mixed together to create a relaxing atmosphere as soon you step in.

Technology Lends a Hand

Bathroom design will include technological advances such as programmable showers, occupancy sensors, leak detection devices, water conservation solutions and more.

Voice activated fixtures will definitely come in handy as it offers hands-free controls on lights, toilets, showers, tubs and faucets.

Angela is a senior editor at Dreniq News. She has written for many famous news agencies.