Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery shares 2024 Trends & Influences X

Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery shares 2024 Trends & Influences X

The product experts present six trends featuring innovations in plumbing, lighting and appliances

Industry Trends

In the constantly shifting landscape of interior design, where innovation and creativity flourish without limit, Ferguson unveils the latest installment in its authoritative series: Trends & Influences X. This edition introduces six pivotal trends poised to redefine our engagement with and understanding of interior spaces in 2024.

Renowned for its commitment to luxury, cutting-edge design, and insightful analysis, Ferguson's annual guide, now in its tenth iteration, showcases the pinnacle of plumbing, lighting and appliance offerings for the coming year. The lookbook, a product of meticulous research and collaboration with influential figures in the industry, style leaders, and top-tier market analysts, continues to set the standard in forecasting interior design directions.


Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery is excited to introduce "Infuse," a groundbreaking trend in interior design that reshapes the use of color in homes. For years, neutral tones have reigned supreme, but now there's a bold shift on the horizon. "Infuse" is all about breaking free from the confines of muted colors and embracing a palette that's as daring as it is delightful.

This trend isn't just about splashing vibrant colors everywhere; it's about strategically using them to transform spaces. Whether a homeowner is expanding a room's visual appeal or creating a cozy, intimate atmosphere, "Infuse" harnesses the power of color to redefine interior aesthetics completely.

Diving into the 'Infuse' trend is all about turning your home into a vibrant tapestry of self-expression, where each color and shade unfolds a chapter of your unique story. This colorful path of customization allows us to connect your personal taste in hues with our expert guidance, ​ weaving the rich tapestry of your narrative into every aspect of your living space. The 'Infuse' trend transcends mere selection; it's about embedding your personal journey into the very walls that surround you. With 'Infuse,' every selection a homeowner makes is a deliberate step toward fashioning a sanctuary that not only reflects but also enhances their identity and dream. Caroline Danielson, Director of Showrooms, Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery, on Infuse

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"Redefine" is not just a style; it's a journey through time. Imagine a space where the glamour of Art Deco meets the functionality of Mid-Century Modern, the vibrancy of the 1960s, the comfort of the 1970s and the innovation of the 21st century - all seamlessly blended into one. This trend is about creating interiors that are a rich tapestry of the past yet fully grounded in the present.

Homeowners and designers are now empowered to mix and match elements from different eras to craft nostalgic and forward-thinking spaces. "Redefine" is about paying homage to the rich history of design while embracing the convenience and aesthetics of today. Join Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery in celebrating this eclectic and transformative approach to interior design, where every space tells a story of a century.

At the heart of my design philosophy is redefining clients’ homes beyond transient trends, crafting spaces that endure in both quality and purpose.I embrace the principle of ‘less is more’, honing in on what truly matters. The caliber of materials is paramount; they aren’t just functional but are celebrated as distinct features that imbue each space with a unique character. Everyday elements like plumbing fixtures, hardware, and appliances are more than mere details – they are daily interactions.By choosing materials like solid brass, and designs that delight the touch, we redefine not just the space but the entire user experience. In essence, redefining a home is about redefining the quality of everyday life. ​ Brian Brown, Principal Designer, Brian Brown Studio, on Redefine

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"Curate" isn't just about selecting elements; it's about creating a personalized narrative through one's choices. This trend pushes the boundaries of customization, focusing on meticulously chosen details that uniquely make a homeowner's kitchen and bath theirs.

Envision a kitchen where every utensil, piece of cookware and appliance is handpicked to align with a homeowner's culinary style or a bathroom where the tiles, fixtures and linens come together to create a personal retreat. "Curate" in kitchen and bath spaces is about more than functionality; it's about crafting an environment that resonates with a homeowner's taste and lifestyle.

This trend encourages homeowners to work closely with designers to achieve a truly bespoke space. Whether it's a kitchen that seamlessly integrates cooking and socializing, or a bathroom that feels like a personal spa, "Curate" offers endless possibilities to personalize these essential spaces.

Curating is the art of distilling the chaos of creativity into a refined and meaningful experience. It’s about selecting the gems from the clutter, revealing the extraordinary in the ordinary. For me, it’s not just a trend; it’s a guiding principle. We find beauty in the details and purpose in the selection and tell stories through our creations. 'Curate,' to me, is a testament to the power of thoughtful design to make the owner have a sense of exclusivity and sense of accomplishment. Dorothy Alon, Principal of Sophea Interior Design, on Curate


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"Elevate" is a philosophy that champions the art of selective luxury. This trend focuses on enhancing what homeowners value most: glamour, comfort, brand prestige or a unique style signature.

Envision kitchens and bathrooms where every detail reflects personal indulgence and sophistication. "Elevate" is about making deliberate, conscious choices to transform these spaces into bespoke havens. It's not about chasing the latest fads or embracing dramatic designs; it's about understated, conscious luxury.

It encourages homeowners to focus on what luxury means to them and to manifest it in every aspect of their kitchen and bathroom spaces. Embrace "Elevate" to transform a home into an upscale, personalized retreat, where every detail is a testament to a homeowner's taste and lifestyle.

In the realm of design, the concept of 'Elevate' embodies a philosophy rooted in purposeful living. Every space in a home design becomes a canvas reflecting individual priorities and a steadfast dedication to excellence. 'Elevate' is not just a word; it encapsulates an unwavering commitment to transcending the ordinary. We must strive to go beyond mere aesthetics, shaping spaces that encapsulate the true essence of luxury and intentional design. Within our craft, growth and elevation are intertwined with a constant challenge to the status quo. Our aim is clear — each home we conceive is more than a mere structure; it stands as a testament to the art of refined living. ​ Matt Connolly, Pike Properties on Elevate


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"Reclaim" is about embracing designs and accessories perennially in vogue, focusing on longevity in form and function. Anchored in the use of eco-friendly materials, classic furnishings and lasting décor choices, the "Reclaim" trend is not just about beauty; it's about sustainability and practicality.

Think of using sustainable resources that benefit both the kitchen and bath environment. Incorporate biophilic elements to bring the tranquility of nature indoors. Invest in durable, energy-efficient appliances, smart home technologies that adapt to a homeowner's needs, and water-saving fixtures. These choices aren't just eco-conscious; they're smart, long-term investments.

And "Reclaim" isn't just about functionality. It's also about style. Emphasize clean lines and subtle details in lighting, hardware and décor to capture the essence of this trend. By choosing elements that embody the "Reclaim" philosophy, homeowners can create kitchen and bath spaces that are both environmentally responsible and timelessly elegant.

Reclaiming the past to redefine the future.... In the world of interior design, 'Reclaim' isn’t just a trend; it’s a powerful ethos, a celebration of heritage and a conscious effort toward sustainable living. It’s about cherishing vintage pieces, repurposing forgotten treasures, and breathing new life into spaces. As a designer, I find it crucial to help guide my clients in this journey of rediscovery. By embracing 'Reclaim,' we not only create unique, narrative-driven, character-rich interiors but also contribute to a more eco-conscious world. It’s not just about design; it’s a commitment to telling stories, preserving memories, and crafting spaces that resonate with the soul. ​ Rydhima Brar, Luxury Interior Designer and Owner R/terior Studio on Reclaim

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"Invigorate" underscores the significance of infusing spaces with features that evoke positive emotions and emphasize self-care. It focuses on crafting environments that are aesthetically pleasing and conducive to well-being, turning kitchens and bathrooms from mere functional areas into havens of self-care and mental refreshment.

"Invigorate" emphasizes incorporating elements that stimulate the senses and enhance well-being. This includes optimizing natural light, ensuring superior air quality, managing sound for tranquility, encouraging movement and fostering nourishment.

By prioritizing these principles, "Invigorate" aims to create environments that serve our daily needs and support our overall wellness, transforming the most used spaces in our homes into sources of vitality and relaxation.

'Invigorate' is about infusing our surroundings with elements that appeal to our senses and foster a profound sense of well-being. Imagine stepping into a room bathed in natural light, where the air is fresh, the ambiance tranquil, and every detail encourages a healthier, more vibrant lifestyle. It's about creating an environment that meets our functional needs while simultaneously uplifting our spirits and supporting our wellness journey. With 'Invigorate,' we're not just co-creating spaces; we're crafting experiences that energize and comfort, making our most frequented rooms the heart of our homes and well-being. ​ –Morgan Rohrbach, Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery Design Consultant & Showroom Spokesperson, ​ A&D Building, 58th Street, New York, on Invigorate

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