Increased comfort and ease, cleaner lines, and wall-mounted modern vanities will be the three features you’re probably to see within an on-trend bathroom design.
The Height of Comfort
Every year, the vanity Association interviews a huge selection of member designers to discover which styles and components are gaining in recognition. In 2016, “comfort height” was by far the latest pattern, with 81% of designers citing comfort-elevation vanities (and 84% comfort-height toilets) as an attribute they’d found in their new bath styles.
Comfort elevation, in measurements, is usually another term for counter height-usually about 36 inch in height, pitched against a more standard 30-inch or 32-inch bathroom vanity. Why the excess inches? Overall, individuals are taller today than there were about 100 years back, and that extra half-foot roughly reduces any risk of strain on our huge backs-plus it ties in perfectly with another hot new tendency: floating vanities.
Floating is Freeing
Wall-installed vanities, aka floating vanities, were featured in lots of the NKBA’s award-winning designs in 2016. This quintessentially modern design is a unique element of the entire craze toward crisp, clean, modern lines in today’s bathrooms. A floating vanity could be mounted at a comfy elevation, and that extra space between your ground and cabinet opens up the area to new decorative options.