It seems as though bathrooms are not only becoming more high-tech these days, they are also catering to a wider range of people who may want an easier experience in the space. At the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas, bathroom accessories and pieces that were not only elegant but also easy-to-use drew the most crowds.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the most popular items at the event were fixtures with universal designs. One popular product was an LED strip that can be easily installed inside medicine cabinets and the drawers of bathroom vanities to help people see the contents more easily. The news source adds that this technology doesn't get hot and is very discreet. Hands-free bathroom faucets were also the talk of the show, with Delta introducing a battery-operated lavatory that is able to sense the user's body electric current.
The products are catering more towards increasing households with multigenerational members of the family, the news source explains. With the aging baby boomers, it only makes sense to create a space that will allow almost anyone to have a more comfortable bathroom experience.