Owners Say They’re Sick of Dated Bathrooms
ore home owners say they’re sick and tired of their dated bathrooms. And they’re tackling renovation projects to modernize the bathroom area with high-tech features.
Home owners say the top trigger for starting a bathroom
renovation is they simply can’t stand their dated bathroom
anymore. Small size and outdated finishes are the most cited
old bathroom gripes. Four in five renovating home owners say
they’re replacing major bathroom features, notably adding high-
For example, 20 percent of home owners say they are updating the toilets, 12 percent are updating tubs, and nine percent are updating showers all with high-tech features. Upgraded high-tech toilet features included self-cleaning units, motion- activated seats, and built-in nightlights. Bathtub upgrades included built-in lighting, heated backrests, and scented mist dispensers. Shower upgrades included mood lighting, digital controls, and built-in sound.
Daily Real Estate News - Monday, August 15, 2016. Source: 2016 U.S. Houzz Bathroom Trends Survey
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