Home furnishing trends brighten up bathrooms and kitchens
A gallery of current home furnishing trends – for bathrooms and kitchens
More atmosphere, new design, a greater focus on well-being – life is full of changing trends. We check out the current interior design, bathroom and lifestyle trends for you: our trend scout Heinz Kaiser has taken a look around the trade fairs and boutique locations. Here you will find regularly updated inspirations from all the trend spots.
As you will see: interior design, bathroom and decorative ideas mutually influence one another – the trends in our galleries have a whole lot of suggestions to offer you!
Feeling and looking good is great for people, animals and the environment: eco-friendly shower products are very much on trend.
Rough walls with a thick, heavy feel are becoming popular in interior design. Hansgrohe bathroom design looks stunning set against an elegantly rustic background.
Cooking, eating and living spaces are all combined to form one communicative unit. Hansgrohe kitchen mixers perfectly complement this trend with their function and design.
Interior design, tailored to personal preferences and achieved with skilled finishing work: this trend can be seen at the ISH 2015 in Frankfurt.
The current trend in interior design is for transparency and clarity. The ISH 2015 demonstrates this. In line with this trend are the latest Hansgrohe products, which make use of glass and unmask those elements that are usually concealed.
Bringing a new dimension to bathroom design: with fresh patterns and a natural look
The floor's continuous surface makes the bathroom look uncluttered, while enhancing its convenience
Transform the bathroom into a personal feel-good room with customised collectibles
Bathroom design that is fit for the future and supports users in many different ways
Stylistic imitations of yesteryear and classic furniture are making their mark on interior design, and bringing new life to bathrooms too.
In home décor the current trend is for the natural look, with wood becoming increasingly popular. The warm, genuine charm of wood works really well in the bathroom too.
The secret to a cosy living room/bathroom in one