Nashville House & Home & Garden™

JUL-AUG 2019

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G R E AT E R N A S H V I L L E H O U S E & H O M E & G A R D E N ™ 32 Just like the rest of the home, bathrooms are becoming more open-concept, according to An- drew Young of City Tile. "They are being affected by technology, lifestyle, and sustainability. New products such as smart showers and toilets help customize a space. Bathrooms are becoming sleeker with the use of floor-to- ceiling marble or cement and countertops o•en made of the same material. "Minimalism is becoming pop- ular with influence from Japan and Northern Europe. We're see- ing custom floaƒng wood vani- ƒes," Young says. "The selecƒon of Greenery as Pantone's color of the year in 2017 spurred an inter- est in bringing the outside in with the use of wood-look ƒle and the use of natural stone. The use of floor-to-ceiling glass increases the open feeling of the space. Duer says homeowners are branching out. "We're seeing more black and more bold colors Above, Carriage House Custom Homes and Interiors. Below Decorang Den Interiors.

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