New Bath Trends for 2018

KBIS (Kitchen and Bath Industry Showcase) is an annual opportunity to see the latest and greatest in bath design.



Luxury Bathroom Furniture

The DXV Modulus Collection was designed to create a personal sanctuary. Every detail of this handsome modular piece has been considered in advance to create a modern bathroom where each line is placed intentionally. The line includes a variety of options for components and accessories.

Fine Fixtures 

Hidden Storage

The Maxi Collection from Fine Fixtures includes a sleek, modern vanity in the form of a frame. The finish comes in white or elm. The opening provides space for displaying towels or accessories. All four sides of the frame are drawers with plenty of storage space, including the top of the frame, which has a U shape to fit around plumbing.



Maximizing Storage

Rev-A-Shelf also offers many drawer options for bathroom vanities including ones that work around plumbing under a sink. Their collection includes vanity drawers for hampers, ironing boards, and drawers within a drawer that, in effect, double the space. The thoughtful design of their storage solutions keep bathroom necessities within arms reach.



Cleaning Made Simple

Kohler’s new Continuous Clean toilets take the worry out of keeping the toilet clean. Paired with their newest flush technology, Revolution 360, each flush distributes a consistent dosage of cleaner in a swirling motion around the bowl. The system works with any standard toilet cleaning tab inserted into a chamber rather than floating at the bottom of the tank. It will even alert you when it is time to replace the cleaning tab.



Spa Experience at Home

Nebia is the shower re-imagined for the average homeowner. This spa shower system incorporates 10 precision nozzles that atomize water, delivering millions of tiny drops. It feels a bit like intense, warm mist. With a shower head above and a hand wand you can expect an all over spa experience. Best of all, this system comes out of the box and ready to install in just a few minutes.





Information Courtesy of Sam Henderson – HGTV

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