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Kitchen &Bathroom


Techtrends for the bathroom


Like everything in the home, bathrooms are getting smarter and there is now a growing trend to go tech heavy. For the electrical industry this means the bathroom will involve a far greater level of electrics as homeowners invest in everything from mood lighting to smart toilets, steam showers and even de-fogging mirrors!


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he concept of the bathroom has been changing for a number of years, and now we’ve reached a point where it


has metamorphosed from being a functional space to a relaxation zone, almost a spa in the home, a haven where owners can escape and de-stress. It’s this concept which is leading to homeowners adopting more tech heavy innovations in the bathroom, creating a place where they want to spend time. Mood lighting and wireless bathroom speakers


are the most typical tech picks for the bathroom, with the lighting offering different colours to reflect different times of day. Often both the lighting and the music system are controlled by an app utilised directly from a mobile phone, so homeowners can create the right mood before they’ve even entered the bathroom.


TVs are also still popular choices, but now they


are more subtle. Rather than a wall mounted waterproof television, the demand has shifted to televisions that look like mirrors and don’t look out of place in a functional bathroom setting.


Shower power One of the biggest trending shifts is what buyers are demanding from showers. The shower is no longer just a utilitarian place to wash up, becoming a fully-fledged zone to spend time in and relax. As a result Insignia has seen a huge shift from the traditional showers to showers that boast a range of technology, from the ability to stream music to offering mood lighting and even steam facilities. In fact, as a shower manufacturer themselves, Insignia has seen its steam showers becoming its


Safety tech for the bathroom includes


LED lit taps that use electronic sensor buttons and lighting that changes from red to blue, depending how hot the water is running. These taps are statement pieces but they also have a more subtle function.


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