Millennials are currently the biggest share of home buyers keeping 36%, which means that many homes will be sold right to them and many interiors will be created by them. If you are a millennial or are planning to sell your home, this roundup may be useful for you as we are going to discuss bathrooms for millennials. Let’s find out what’s important for them and what they wanna see in their homes.
Technology Is Essential
Millennials use technology to save time and money in every aspect of their daily lives – including the bathroom. They are looking for high tech appliances for bathrooms, for example, for faucets that improve water efficiency and have features like no-fingerprint coatings or touch-free activation. And since the majority of millennials take their cell phones into the bathroom, developers should consider integrating a charging station into a bathroom design, as well as larger countertops to provide more space, creating a “splash-free” zone. Great bathroom lighting and sufficient counter space is also important for the growing number of beauty bloggers who use their bathroom as their office.
a beautiful bathroom done with concrete, an oval tub, potted plants and a towel stand is a chic and cool space
a beautiful minimalist bathroom with white skinny tiles, a chic tub, gold appliances, a wooden vanity and potted greenery is chic
a biophilic bathroom clad with terracotta tiles, with a wooden vanity and a tree stump and a living wall is a gorgeous space
a contemporary bathroom with large scale concrete and geometric tiles, an oval tub, a floating vanity and a white marble sink plus greenery
a dove grey bathroom with penny and large scale tiles, a wooden ceiling, an oval tub and black fixtures is very stylish
a high tech shower with a thermostat is a cool idea for a millennial bathroom as millennials love technology
Modern And Stylish Design
Perhaps more so than any other generation, millennials consider their homes to be a reflection of themselves. They look to express themselves in unique and authentic ways, which means a need to be modern, yet neutral enough that they will enhance any kind of aesthetic or personalization the resident brings to the space. That neutrality is even evident in the bathroom cabinet preferences of millennials: they are more likely to opt for modern or farmhouse styles, while traditional styles are nearly twice as popular with boomers.
a high tech shower with ambient lights is a great idea for a millennial and a lovely solution for those who love technology
a neutral contemporary boho bathroom with white skinny tiles, a round tub, a wooden vanity and brass fixtures is a chic space
a pretty contemporary bathroom clad with white marble tiles, a soak tub, copper fixtures and a grey tiled floor is very chic
a reclaimed wood bathroom vanity with drawers is a cool idea for a millennial bathroom and it will add a warming touch to the space
a rustic bathroom with white planked walls, reclaimed wood and a reclaimed wood vanity, dark metal fixtures and vintage touches
Millennials are very eco-friendly, and they are looking for ways to integrate recycled or reclaimed materials, install energy-saving point-of-use water heaters, water-efficient shower heads and faucets, they are ready to DIY some furniture for their bathrooms of reclaimed wood, and it’s great for our planet. Take a look at various ideas and get inspired to create a perfect bathroom for a millennial!
a serene bathroom in neutrals, with square large scale tiles, a wood floating vanity, a niche shelf and a potted plant
a serene white contemporary bathroom with an oval tub, a floating vanity, a long and large mirror and a ladder with towels
a cute tiny bathroom design
a sustainable bathroom with exposed brick walls and a floor, a wooden slab mat and metal framing is a cool space with style
a welcoming and neutral bathroom with white and grey square tiles, a floating sleek vanity, potted greenery and gold fixtures is cool
a white bathroom with subway and chevron tiles, gold fixtures and white appliances is a stylish idea that always works
an airy contemporary bathroom with a grey subway tile accent wall, blue and white tiles on the floor, a floating vanity, brass fixtures and a window
an ultra-minimalist bathroom with white and grey tiles, an oval tub, chrome fixtures and pastel textiles and a window for more light
an ultra-modern shower panel with LED lights is a cool idea for a millennial bathroom and will make a person relax more