Joe Schwartz Spa World Reports on New 2019 Meditub and Walkin Tubs Bath Trends
Industry: Home & Residential
Joe Schwartz Spa World Reports on KBIS Show in Orlando and Highlights Hottest New Kitchen/Bath Trends for 2019. Bigger than ever are sinks dressed in bright metallics, hammered finishes, intricate details and gold.
Miami, FL (PRUnderground) July 3rd, 2019
Joe Schwartz Spa World, leading Miami-based manufacturer of bath products including Joe Schwartz walkin tubs, returned from the KBIS show in Orlando, which recently came to a close, with highlights of the hottest new kitchen and bath trends for 2019. In addition to noting elements like gold finishes, quartz counters and color cabinetry, Schwartz reported on shiny metallics, hammered finishes, intricate details and the death of stainless.
“The great thing about a trade show like KBIS is that it brings out the best and brightest ideas,” explains Schwartz. “Some we will see within the coming months, while others will be deemed ‘micro-trends’ just peeking out that will take consumers a good year or so to catch on to; regardless, I am stressing to customers that these will be the hottest new bath trends for 2019.”
According to Schwartz’s report, manufacturers such as Kohler, Kallista Plumbing and Thompon Traders will be offering options in the aforementioned areas of hammered finishes, bright metallics, intricate details and gold, while also stressing that the days of all-matching bath fixtures in one color are gone – now, Schwartz says, it’s all about “high style in rich hues and everything fancy.”
What’s more, the KBIS show highlighted the fact that black is the new grey, bringing a sharp contrast to baths devoid of color and adding an elegance to a space that no other hue can deliver. As Schwartz himself explains, “Combined with warm chestnut wood and gold finishes, we have an updated twist on an ‘80s classic.”
Shower doors and enclosures are becoming statement pieces in the bathroom, as well, and according to Joe Schwartz Meditubs representatives, there is no better way to implement them than to make them noticeable with bold designs such as window panes and color grids.