Bath and Kitchen Trends: Inspire Your New Home

What’s new in bath and kitchen trends? Here’s the latest from the 2022 national kitchen and bath show. Take a look at some of the newest ideas for these important spaces in your new home.

Say “Yes” to Smart Features

Wi-Fi-enabled kitchen appliances were featured more than once at this year’s show. Wi-Fi integration is just one of the many innovative features of some of the finalists for best new product in the show. The fridge also includes 48-inch french doors, metal interiors, LED lighting and a convertible drawer. This LG wifi-enabled dishwasher also comes with many more features including, DynamicHeatDry and QuadWashPro technology perfect for the toughest of food substances. Smart features in bathrooms like the wifi-enabled RainStick circular shower, enable you to reap the benefits of cost and energy savings.

Handle the Heat in the Kitchen

Along with modern stove and oven technology, this year’s show showcased innovative and aesthetically appealing stove hoods. With air-conditioning features, FOTILE’s air-conditioning range hood makes a refreshing home-chef experience, with ultimate ventilation.

Assessing the Aesthetic

There was plenty of eye candy at the show to inspire new homeowners. Stainless steel kitchen hardware including cabinets and drawers were prevalent among the kitchen trends. This unique material is durable and new to the cabinetry industry and is taking it by storm. Metal accessories like handles and knobs will elevate your cooking space and add a sense of luxury. The aesthetically pleasing designs also continued in the bathroom trends with gold hardware accents, and beautiful heated floors. 

Environmental and Health Consciousness

Eco-friendly and health conscious innovations have made their way to home water filtration. The pandemic sparked the demand for better hygiene, so Zip Water introduced a contactless HydroTap system that uses sensor technology to dispense filtered, sparkling, chilled or boiling water with just a wave of your hand. A reverse osmosis water filtration system that is over 20 times more efficient than typical reverse osmosis systems was also featured at the show. Water conserving shower heads made from recycled ocean plastic have made their way into bathrooms. 

Implement These Bath and Kitchen Trends in Your Home

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