February 2022-SIDLER, INSIDE REFLECTIONS – Bathroom Design Trends In 2021, A Look Back!
SIDLER WISHES EVERYONE A GREAT START TO A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
LET’S TAKE A LOOK BACK AT THE 2021 BATHROOM DESIGN TRENDS!
What were the dominant design trends and which ones failed to gain any steam?
SIDLER wishes everyone a Happy New Year!
The past two years has been a windy storm with the pandemic and other global disasters. Hence, for this year we really hope we will start seeing calmer waters in this ocean we call “life”.
To commemorate the start of this New Year, we want to take you on a trip down memory lane and look back at the bathroom design trend predictions from 2021 to see which trends made a strong imprint in home building and design.
So, with a hop and a skip… let’s take a stroll down memory lane!
A Look Back at the Top 5 Bathroom Design Trend Predictions from 2021 – WITH THE SYCAMORE COLLECTIVE
While 2021 was a great year for bathroom design, 2022 is looking equally as promising!
We are entering 2022 in a shared sentiment of feeling very hopeful for everyone’s health and for continued relief from the pandemic.
As people did their part and remained home as much as they could in 2021, they of course looked at the rooms they used every day in a new light. For obvious reasons the bathroom is one of the most used and most important spaces in the house.
Some of the trends we saw emerge in 2021 began with a spa-like experience at home, flattering lighting, more than ample storage, smart toilets, and exploiting that great bathroom view. These trends all took off and appear to be here to stay.
So, let’s explore the bathroom trends from 2021 that stood out and continue to create a buzz for 2022.
SPA-LIKE SHOWER EXPERIENCE AT HOME
Our clients had been used to heavy travel both for work and for pleasure. With a decrease in travelling for 2021, these clients have a great eye for design and wanted to recreate and emulate their most favourite hotel-like experiences at home.
The best hotel experiences during our travels are often influenced by the caliber of the bathrooms, not only in the room itself but also in the hotel spas. Combine this with a pandemic influenced trend of people also exercising at home instead of their high-end public gyms; we saw the inclusion of many high-tech steam baths for that post-workout relaxation and joint/muscle recovery.