Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery shares 9 new design trends

Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery shares 9 new design trends

The product experts presents Trends & Influences VI

Industry Trends

The product experts at Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery present Trends & Influences VI, featuring innovations in plumbing, lighting and appliances. The lookbook was developed with thoughtful insight from industry influencers, style icons and leading market research. The guide features the following trends:

Bathed in Matte Black: Black goes with everything. The timeless elegance of matte black bathroom fixtures can elevate your space with decadent, dramatic tones and stunningly rich contrast.


Connected Kitchen: Your kitchen is the hub of the home, and seamless connected technology can help you work smarter, not harder, by turning everyday tasks like cooking and cleaning into extraordinary experiences.


Health + Home: Revitalize yourself and your home with appliances and fixtures that can recreate a relaxing, rejuvenating spa-like experience and help you live a better, healthier life.


Living Color: Tired of bland, neutral tones? Add a dash of color to your space to liven things up a bit! Take drab to fab in an instant with bold, punchy colors—or use classic hues for a more colorful approach to your design style.


Metallic Touch: Who doesn’t love a touch of shine? Catch everyone’s eye and incorporate this trend by using products that feature metallic accents that will fit in any space.


Natural Elements: Give home a more natural feel and bring the elements inside with fixtures inspired by or crafted from the earth itself.


Sconce Art: Turn your walls into a vibrant gallery of wall art with lighting fixtures that run the range from stunningly simple to fabulous and fanciful.

 

 

 

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