As the near year quickly approaches, it’s a great time to look forward to new opportunities. If you’ve been considering going forward with a bathroom or kitchen renovation, or if you’ve been planning the details for a brand-new home, there are many ideas to consider. Below, we highlight several of the kitchen and bathroom plumbing trends that will likely be popular in 2023.
Smart Kitchen Faucets
It seems like everything these days is becoming high tech. In the home, so many devices can connect to the internet and be controlled remotely. Now, there are many smart faucets available. They can be controlled via apps or voice controls, and many of them can be turned on in a touchless manner. If you’re often busy in the kitchen and getting your hands dirty, having a touchless faucet may make a lot of sense. Plus, the smart functionality can let you dispense a specific amount of water in a pot and monitor your water usage. Some touchless faucets can turn themselves off after a set number of minutes, preventing water loss.
Extra Kitchen Sinks
The sink is an area of the kitchen that gets a lot of daily use, and the area around a sink can sometimes get crowded. If you have room to install an extra kitchen sink, this addition could make such a huge difference. Whether this sink is installed in a center island, in a butler’s pantry, or in a side area of the kitchen, one thing is clear: Your kitchen will become much more functional. We think this trend is likely to take off in the upcoming year because people are still spending a lot of time at home and want their kitchens to be highly efficient.
A freestanding tub can make a big statement. These tubs can add so much style to bathrooms whether they’re part of main bedroom suites or are available for guests. The industry is probably going to going to see many more freestanding tubs being picked up by customers because people enjoy treating themselves. Spending time in a beautiful bath can be a great way to relax after a long day.
A sink can also be a statement piece. We’re starting to see many more non-traditional sinks being installed in bathrooms. Some of these have non-traditional shapes or hardware, and some have bright colors. Installing a special sink can be a clever way to enhance the style in a bathroom.
Plumbing trends for 2023 will likely involve advanced technology, unique designs, and components such as extra sinks and freestanding tubs that can positively impact a space. Call Jeff’s Custom Care, located in Waukesha, WI, for more information.