9 Bath Trends from KBIS2019—Series 2

Hi guys, here is our series 2 take-aways from KBIS2019 —we are going to highlight 9 trends in bath from what we saw at KBIS2019.  There are are tons of new colors, new finishes, new technologies, new designs…In order  to illustrate how cool all of these new things are,  we will incorporate a lot of visual effects here.  So, we would apologize here first  if you feel there are just too much of them.  Anyway,  it’s time to grab  a cup of coffee or glass of wine, sit back and just  enjoy.

  1. Color, color, color. You may just see either white or beige for lavatory sink finish options  in your local home improvement stores, but definitely not here in KBIS:IMG_4699.jpgThese lavatory sinks are made out of fireclay and stain-resistant. We love these warm tones which give design more options, specially for making a statement in the powder rooms.

 

3. Heated bubble massage tub:

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Heated bubble massage  is far more gentle and soothier  than the regular whirlpool jet massage. Everyone needs this at end of the work day.

 

4. Creative LED lighting application

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LED lighting underneath the tubs and toilets to create visually floating effect.
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LED Lighting on top of the toilet cover.
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LED lighting in the lavatory sink.
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LED lighting backlit mirror.

5. Product for small space design.

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How neat!   You will fall in love with this whole petite-size set if you happen to have a small bath to work with.

6. Intelligent technology

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LED lighting, music, the warm air underneath the toilet…things cannot get any better. It’s a night club in the powder room.

7. Digital shower

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You can choose whatever the spray patterns from your smart phones.

8.Maxmism design

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When we talk about the technologies, here is the design.

9. Minimum design with a classic touch.

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sleek, modern yet very detail-oriented.
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golden trim around the toilet seat–such a nice touch.

In case you haven’t read our series-I take-aways from KBIS2019, here is the link

Before and After—Minimulism vs. Maximalism

 

 

I am so happy to read an article in the WSJ that “After decades of stark, formulaic interiors, design is giving way to maximalism—a luxurious riot of color and pattern.” You can read this article right here

 

A powder room is where you wow your guests.  This powder room features pink designer wallpaper, pale blue wainscot panelings, crown moldings, a Waterworks washstand, gilded Louis XVI gilded gold leaf mirror, a custom upholstered floral petite chair, modern marble floor and framed artworks.  The mix-and-match approach of layers, patterns and objects make the space intrigue, elegant and sophisticated.  The transformation from minimalism to maximalism truly deliver a big wow!

Happy Friday

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2017 Home Trends—French Country Chic

It’s casual, relaxing yet elegant and sophisticated.  We predict that French country chic with a touch of glamor in neutrals  and pastels will be one of strong trends in 2017.

 

Happy Friday

 

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It’s Friday

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It’s Friday!   We have a beautiful sunny day today here in SoCal!  Do you have any big plan for your Friday?  We finally finished installation for this master bath.  The client loves the tile work and pink chinoiserie wallpaper.  And of course the vanity and seating zone.  Here are 6 ways for us to create such a relaxing retreat.

  1. Always have the best and newest tile design in the master bath.  You know you will probably not going to do any works in the next 10 years. Plus what other places would you like to show off the beautiful tile work?
  2. Choose high-fashion vanity.  You know what I am talking about, not standard, plain wood cabinet.  We want elegant furniture in the master bath.
  3. Go for wallpaper.  It’s like you dress up your master bath.  It’s high fashion.
  4. Set up a relaxing seating area.  It’s cozy and inviting.
  5. Have drapery installed.  It’s more formal and lady-like.  It actually make the space look bigger and soothier.
  6. Have the good lighting design because you want to look good when you see yourself in the mirror.

Stay fresh and happy Friday!