What is a design trend that has soared in the last few years? Mental health at home. For some, that means a complete renovation that turns an ordinary bathroom into a spa. We're talking luxurious showerheads, hotel-quality towels, beautiful shower curtains and scented candles that melt your cares away. Of course, this bathroom trend was sparked by the pandemic, when people were trapped in their homes and almost lost their minds. Now, however, it has become a coveted property for many homebuyers who want to prioritize their mental health.
We're not just talking about painting your kitchen green. In fact, if you're going to put your house on the market, you're better off sticking with neutral tones so that even if you use orange microfiber pillowcases that tests your matching skills in your living room, people will just say you're really good at decorating, rather than feeling cluttered.
Next year and beyond, we'll see widespread adoption of green technology inside the home. From smart thermostats to innovative recycled water systems, homeowners will not only be more aware of their consumption, they will actively seek to reduce their energy and water use." In addition, making eco-friendly improvements to your home is not only good for the environment, it can also increase the resale value of your home.