The Hottest Bath Trends for 2023
Cersaie International Exhibition is a major European bath and ceramic tile trade show that highlights cutting-edge products and trends. One that stood out was color. The exhibit hall featured lots and lots of color especially fixtures and bath furniture with saturated shades and glossy finishes. Pastel and matte tones also were present throughout Cersaie. Black was another color featured standing out in shower enclosures with smoked black matte and glossy finishes. Several manufacturers highlighted black tones with contrasting colors that included beige, pink and salmon.
Bath furniture featured at Cersaie continue to erase the boundaries typically associated with found in the bathroom. Featured pieces included cupboards and sideboards that could be used in other rooms in the home that enable Alaska homeowners to create a consistency of image, textures and colors throughout the entire home.
Ceramic tiles with clean-cut, large and geometric shapes were omnipresent. Faucet handles and other surfaces featured tactile surfaces, providing texture and depth to the bath. A green wave also swept through Cersaie with manufacturers producing products that require less raw materials and less waste.
What trends can you capitalize to create the bath of your dreams? Give us a call at (907) 561-9299 or make an appointment to visit our showroom at 122 W. 92nd Avenue in Anchorage to discuss how you can create an in-home refuge where you can wash away the stresses of the day.
The primary bath has been transformed from a functional room to brush teeth, bathe and prepare for the day to an in-home refuge where homeowners in Alaska can spend a few minutes all to themselves devoid of texts, tweets and even little feet to recharge and rejuvenate their body, mind and spirit by washing away the stresses of the day.
The number one reason why homeowners in Alaska decide to create a dream kitchen is that their existing kitchen does not work well or meet their needs. We frequently hear from homeowners that their kitchens don’t have enough storage capabilities, countertop space or cabinetry. Other common reasons are lack of maneuverability, appearance and poor ventilation.
The Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) is the largest event of its kind in North America for kitchen and bath showrooms, designers, sales professionals and manufacturers. Featuring more than 600 exhibitors and attracting some 70,000 attendees, KBIS serves as the event for manufacturers to introduce new products and showcase trends that are likely to dominate kitchen, bath and home renovation for the months and years to come.