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New Products That Complement the Latest Home Design Trends

Some of the latest innovations for the home center on health-minded features and infusing more grandmillennial style.

Healthy homes, texturized styles, and expanding the purpose of spaces are trending elements in home design. The team at Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery launched Trends & Influences VIII, which offers the team’s expert take on hot home design trends for 2022 and the new products that complement those trends. The guide also can serve as inspiration for homeowners as they tackle house projects. Below are a few highlights.

Healthy Havens

Ever since the pandemic began, the idea of creating a healthy and more hygienic home has been on more homeowners’ minds. Several innovative technologies are helping to achieve that.

Shower Vent
The Broad SurfaceShield Anti-Bacterial Exhaust Fan offers powerful ventilation with antimicrobial technology to prevent the growth of bacteria and mold.Photo courtesy: Broan at Ferguson Bath Kitchen & Lighting Gallery
Lightswitch
More household items are going touchless: The Legrand adorne Wave Switch is a hands-free technology that allows you to control the lights with a wave of a hand to minimize germ spread in a household.Photo courtesy: Legrand at Ferguson Bath Kitchen & Lighting Gallery
Faucet
The Fanning Filtration Kitchen Faucet not only offers a modern look but also provides on-tap water filtration right from the sink.Photo courtesy: Signature Hardware at Ferguson Bath Kitchen & Lighting Gallery

Adding More Purpose

Implementing multifunctional products big and small can maximize square footage and lend more purposes to a space. “Your kitchen becomes more than a room for cooking, your mudroom isn’t just a catch-all for dirty clothes, and your den becomes a work/study space,” the guide notes about the addition of products that serve a multifunctional purpose.

Pop-out Outlet
The Fanning Filtration Kitchen Faucet not only offers a modern look but also provides on-tap water filtration right from the sink.Photo courtesy: Legrand at Ferguson Bath Kitchen & Lighting Gallery
Wine Storage
Bring the wine cellar into the kitchen: The Sub-Zero wine storage with refrigerator/freezer drawer combination can store up to 86 wine bottles with two cooling zones and an automatic ice maker.Photo courtesy: Sub-Zero at Ferguson Bath Kitchen & Lighting Gallery

Infusing More Texture

Adding in more texture is a way to design an authentic, earthy environment, according to Ferguson Bath Kitchen & Lighting Gallery. Natural materials, flowing curves, and raw aesthetics aim to create a more serene home, and new products are helping to achieve that look.

Gold Sink
Thompson Traders Quintana Collection by Kara Fox adds some elegance and bling to the kitchen sink.Photo courtesy: Thompson Traders at Ferguson Bath Kitchen & Lighting Gallery
Lighting
The Capital Lighting Hala Collection mixes textures to create unique lighting that makes a statement.Photo courtesy: Capital Lighting at Ferguson Bath Kitchen & Lighting Gallery

Grandmillennial Design

The grandmillennial trend attempts to recapture multiple styles of the past. It’s a nostalgic design rooted in tradition.

Grand Millennial Dining Room
New lighting that has a vintage look from Craftmade’s Bayonne Stanza Collection achieves a grandmillennial style in this dining space.Photo courtesy: Craftmade at Ferguson Bath Kitchen & Lighting Gallery
Grand Millennial Bathroom
Wallpaper and softer hues of green bring a traditional look to this bathroom design.Photo courtesy: James Martin Vanities and Signature Hardware at Ferguson Bath Kitchen & Lighting Gallery
Grand Millennial Bedroom
A touch of glam and nostalgia, Corbett Lighting’s Circo Pendant nods to designs from previous generations.

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Source: https://www.nar.realtor/blogs/styled-staged-sold/new-products-that-complement-the-latest-home-design-trends

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