Style watch: The new, the now and the trending for the home

Style watch: The new, the now and the trending for the home

Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery present Trends & Influences Three

Industry Trends

The product experts at Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery present Trends & Influences, Vol. 3, a stunning 25-page, full color inspirational look-book. Expanding on the success of Trends & Influences, Vol. 2, the newest edition showcases product design trends for the kitchen, bath, laundry room and outdoor.  New this year are four online-exclusive trends: Interactive Features, Stacked Design, Larger Fixtures and Modern Industrial.

Here’s a quick look at the trends illustrated in the guide:

METALLICS - From soft rose gold to strong black stainless steel, products are now available across the entire metallic spectrum.

FORM=FUNCTION - No longer competing for importance, form and function are united and stronger than ever.

TEXTURE - Creative use of texture awakens the senses in products that feel as intriguing as they look.

APPROACHABLE PRO - Enjoy the benefits of commercial grade kitchen fixtures and appliances - without them having to look that way.

NEW ANGLE OF CRYSTAL -  Today's crystal expressions feature unexpectedly bold shapes like large rock, long rods and organically-shaped droplets.

STRIKING FORMS - Modern shapes and forms are daring, yet their clean, curved lines and soft edges make them easy to incorporate into any design style.

MID-CENTURY MODERN LIGHTING - Mid-Century Modern re-emerges as a dominant lighting trend, incorporating updates for the 21st century.

OF THE EARTH - Celebrating nature with designs that showcase organic forms and materials, the Of The Earth trend is inspired by the great outdoors.

TECH INNOVATIONS - From digital readouts to wireless connectivity, today’s thoughtful tech innovations give you more “smart” choices than ever before.

CLASSIC BLACK, COOL WHITE - Stand out or blend in with classic black and cool white.

LED - Planes and plates of LED modules are showcased in varying widths and lengths, blending into the shape of sculptural fixtures to produce illuminated pieces of art.

Trends & Influences Vol III PDF 179368-Trends and Influences Vol 3_printed catalog-final.pdf - 9 MB
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