Bathroom tech has been an extraordinary and growing trend in 2015. Radiant heating systems, multi-jet showers, in-home saunas, and even glass that changes opacity with just the flip of a switch are all technologies that have seen rapid expansion in recent years. After our team explored kitchen tech in a recent article, 6 Must Have Kitchen Innovations, we moved on to bring you the latest and greatest in bathroom tech, Deco & Bloom style with must have bathroom innovations.
Shower Entertainment Systems: Encased behind protective shielding, and surrounded by a waterproof container, bathroom entertainment systems are usually embedded directly into the walls around your showers or tubs. In recent years they have seen a dramatic increase in usability, along with a decrease in price, making them far more available to the average home owner. The beautiful model featured here is the Home Spa Waterproof Television from Hammacher Schlemmer, a slim, modern design, built to be quick and easy to install.
Radiant Heating Systems: Radiant heating systems are generally embedded beneath the tile of your bathroom, heating the room right through the flooring. Several changes in the materials they are generally made from, as well as new installation methods used in recent years have brought them into the spotlight for new bathrooms, and bathroom renovations alike. Check out the radiant heating systems from the folks at Warmly Yours (as pictured above) for radiant heating solutions for any space in your home.
Liquid Crystal Glass: Liquid crystal glass is a new product hitting the market recently capable of changing from translucent to opaque glass at the flip of a switch, quickly turning the door of your shower or tub from see-through to solid. Many new bathroom spaces are choosing to include this material for both it’s utility and the multitude of designs it is available in. Check out the models offered by NYC Glassworks for some great examples of how liquid crystal glass can be used in your bathroom.
Multi-Jet Showers: Multi-jet showers have recently become a must have feature in many new homes, building in additional value to your bathroom, while giving you a shower experience akin to going to a resort spa. The 6 jet, dual head model featured above from Hudson reed combines jets with another fairly recent addition to many showers, a rainfall shower head.