Latest bathroom trends

Designers from all around the world will converge on Frankfurt, Germany, next month for ISH, the biggest bathroom showroom on the planet.

German Bathroom Sector Association managing director Jens J. Wischmann says the show will shine a spotlight on the trends that are boosting a huge growth market with innovations, emotion and bathroom narratives. “In our trend showcase we will be telling the most important stories that can serve as a basis for planning modern bathrooms, as well as providing ideas and inspiration for translating them into reality,” he says.

For the ISH 2023, Pop up my Bathroom is staging a trend exhibition with new products for lifestyle-oriented bathrooms, presenting trend developments for small bathrooms, exploring the options for sustainable bathroom design, building a walk-through wellbeing studio and zooming in on the emotional side of bathroom design.

Here’s a sneak peek at what will be on show:
Sustainable Bathrooms
A future concept that strives for the optimal combination of smart,
water-saving and energy-saving products, eco-friendly industrial production, sustainable materials and enduring design – while simultaneously conveying a sense of being in touch with nature.

Tiny Bathrooms
The trend towards compact bathrooms for urban homes is prompting the industry and bathroom planners to develop innovative solutions specifically tailored to small spaces. Distinguishing characteristics are a simple aesthetic, new, scaled-down product categories, smart solutions, comfort and convenience, as well as a high degree of customisation.

Wellbeing Bathrooms
Turning your own bathroom into a private spa comes with the promise of regenerative time out with health-promoting benefits – a little piece of luxury. A wellbeing bathroom comes with both simple and highly complex products like a bathtub or whirlpool (for indoors or out), an infrared sauna or individually programmable showers, classic water applications, a clean aesthetic, smart products for therapeutic lighting and experience-enhancing multimedia features, or a personal space for health-promoting activities.

Emotional Bathroom
A feel-good space within the home, combining high tech with high emotion. The real goal of bathroom planning is high emotion – an emotional bathroom design based on colour, light and sensory appeal, achieved by means of sanitaryware and smart equipment, with actual technology hidden behind walls.

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