Pinnacle KBB Marks Trends in Bathroom Design in The Run up to Christmas
more and more people are trying spa days and pampering experiences and this has had a knock on effect for bathroom design. People are looking to bring as much of this pampering experience into the home as they possibly can, starting with the bathroom
Over the past year there have been a number of trends in bathroom design and remodeling that look set to continue into the New Year.
With the rise in usage of sites such as Lastminute.com and Groupon, more and more people are trying spa days and pampering experiences and this has had a knock on effect for bathroom design. People are looking to bring as much of this pampering experience into the home as they possibly can and this usually starts with the bathroom.
Stuart Heyes, Managing Director of Pinnacle KKB, says that: “More and more people are switching from traditional baths to more advanced showering systems and wet room solutions because showering is more economical; although some struggle with the decision in removing the facility to bathe, particularly those with children or those in homes where doing so would affect its resale value”
Bathing was once thought to be the more luxurious offering that a fitted bathroom could facilitate and this was aided with the introduction of deeper, whirlpool baths. More recently however, advancements in water balancing systems have made showering almost, if not more, impressive. Shower heads and systems have been built to emulate rains with some power showers including several massage jets and more. With some specialist installations, complex water and air balancing solutions have been created to emulate different kinds of rain, ‘water experiences’ and more, with others including light settings, steam, sauna settings and digital temperature controls.
With these much larger showers emulating the rains of tropical forests, bathrooms that house them must be built to accommodate them; in some cases standard shower enclosures simply are not big enough.
“When you buy an expensive shower system that’s supposed to emulate tropical rain, the last thing you want is a small enclosure to detract away from the experience. In many cases, a customer will opt to turn the whole bathroom into a wet room to avoid having an enclosure to allow for greater freedom and design potential” adds Mr Heyes.
Such installations require specialist bathroom planning and experienced bathroom fitters to implement such installations, however with some of the latest innovations in custom glass enclosures, shower systems and wet room design, the industry shows no current signs of the trend slowing down.
“As bathroom planners and fitters, this is great news as we can really put our creativity to work and come up with some fantastic and modern installations. Our fitted designer bathrooms always garner great reviews because we pride ourselves on style, quality and attention to detail and so we welcome the opportunity to demonstrate this in our work. We anticipate a growing number of customers for just such installations before the Christmas shopping rush” states Mr Heyes.
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About Pinnacle KBB:
Pinnacle KBB has been operating locally in Preston for years. They plan, deliver and fit kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms across both Preston and Chorley, retaining an eye for quality. Offering bespoke, designer fittings has seen Pinnacle KBB build a reputation for their attention to detail and their friendly service staff.
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