5 Home Design Trends Expected to Build Momentum


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With the dawn of 2022 on the horizon, it’s a good time for builders to evaluate which trends are likely to dominate the New Year. To that end, home design and remodeling platform Houzz recently revealed its list of the top 10 home trends predicted to flourish next year, seven of which are explored in this product spotlight.

Show-stopping showerheads and sprays

Shower with multiple shower heads, bench and window
Alexander Fife, Unsplash

The demand for spa-like luxuries in home bathrooms will continue surging—especially when it comes to the shower. To wit, the 2021 Houzz U.S. Bathroom Trends Study revealed that more than half (55%) of homeowners who updated their shower selected a rain showerhead, nearly one in four (23%) bought dual showerheads, and body sprays appealed to 16%. Handheld sprayers that are ideal for bathing kids and pets as well as for cleaning shower walls are also projected to appear in more homes.

Related: Pandemic-friendly products for health and wellness: Product Spotlight 

Shower with multiple shower heads, bench and window, Alexander Fife, Unsplash

Amy Guettler
Amy Guettler
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