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10 March 2022
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2022 will be a time of simplicity and naturalness. The focus for the bathroom, more than any other room in the home, will incorporate the key trends of wellness and self-care, with an emphasis on the importance of creating harmony.

Choosing less and focusing on higher quality items that last and provide comfort above all else will be the priority.

Trends for 2022 dictate functionality and eco-friendly as top of the list. “Green” designs coupled with water-efficient and energy-efficient bathroom fixtures are a must-have.

Andy Grigor, head of design and innovation at Methven, explains that while water conservation may be at the forefront of our minds, it doesn’t have to mean compromising on the shower experience.

“People tend to associate less water with bad experiences. Our mission at Methven is to change that. We design with the intent to use less but not at the expense of experience. Our shower designs focus on innovation, sustainability and water conservation, and along with leading-edge technology result in a transformative shower experience.”

Methven offers a number of 4-star shower options, such as The Rua Rail Shower, where the water flow rate is optimised to be water efficient without compromising the luxurious spray performance. The Rua features the award-winning Aurajet technology. The design is a standout with hidden nozzles generating individual jets of water that collide against precisely angled surfaces offering a seemingly floating shower head. The result is a stunning fan of luxuriously dense droplets.

The future of bathroom design will be the integration of intuitive products that make life easier and use energy efficiently.

“Our lives already have an overload of information and there is a movement to transition from the smart home to the thoughtful home,” explains Andy. “We are working on hidden technology that helps meet everyday demands, with products that have intuitive features that use several metrics to predict your needs.”

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