By Emma Violette. Bathroom. Published at Sunday, November 19th, 2017 - 14:08:52 PM.
This type of shower design is just about as close as you can possibly get to that fabulous feeling of an outdoor shower. You may think of it extravagant, but it’s definitely not beyond reach. Showers that are not obstructed by a standard shower door or shower curtain are not necessarily all that new but their popularity is rapidly growing all over the country. Have you ever watched TV? If you have, then you’ve probably witnessed firsthand just how popular doorless showers designs have become over the past few years. Every house-hunter on those shows is wowed when they enter the bathroom in a potential new home and see that it has a beautiful doorless shower. It’s always a really big selling point and could be for you, as well, down the road if you ever decide to put your home on the market. Everybody these days loves doorless showers designs.
The 2018 high-tech toilet will see things like seat warmers, automatic lid openers and slow close features, an adjustable air dryer, built-in deodorizers and so on. Another feature available, that I bet you never thought of; is a wireless music player that automatically turns on when the lid is opened. It shuts off when the lid is put back down. The jazz and nature tunes are a good alternative for those who do not carry books (or phones) into the bathroom.
The 2018 bathroom design trends lend ones focus on lighting schemes. To highlight this mostly functional space, homeowners are using creative lighting techniques, fixtures, and dimmers to create a luxury and relaxing feeling.
If you bought a pair of slippers just to escape the cold sensation on the bottom of your feet while walking across your bathroom floor; then it might be a good investment for you to consider adding a heating system under your floor. When the temperatures outside are dropping–your wish could become a reality. Underfloor heating can be used with a variety of flooring options like: tile, concrete, vinyl, and wood to name a few. But in a bathroom, the cold tile can transform into a beautiful soothing warm floor. Heating systems not only provide heat, but they can also reduce noise levels and possible allergic reactions since there are no air currents disturbing dust.
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