5 Innovative commercial bathroom design trends for a post-pandemic world
by Martin Straus, April 1st 2021
Commercial bathroom design has come a long way in the last few years, moving from fluorescent lighting and basic fittings to a more elevated overall aesthetic. Since the pandemic, we’ve seen the boundaries of design pushed even further, with a slew of trends that prioritise hygiene and maintenance, resulting in a safer more productive environment.
According to a study by Bradley Corp, 64% of respondents choose businesses based on how well they clean and maintain their bathrooms - making it clear that hygiene and maintenance are important factors to consider when designing a commercial bathroom.
Depending on your client’s taste and preferences, there is a myriad of directions you can take your design, opting for a minimalist flair, industrial touches or even a spa-like feel. No matter which you choose, here are a few trends that are transcending style to deliver a safer experience and become the new standard for the bathroom of the future.
of people choose businesses based on how well they clean and maintain their bathroom
More people than ever are looking for ways to make their commercial bathrooms safer and more hygienic. One of the most effective ways to accomplish that goal is to use the right materials for your surfaces.
Choose homogeneous materials that are non-porous or have anti-bacterial properties:
Copper, titanium and their alloys have proven anti-microbial properties and can be used in handles, faucets and even sinks. Noken and Sinkology are good sources for inspiration.