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Top 5 Trends in Home Products from the NAHB International Builders' Show

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Top 5 Trends in Home Products from the NAHB International Builders' Show Blog Feature

By: EYA Homes on January 31st, 2020

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Last week, EYA team members joined thousands to attend this year's International Builders' Show in Las Vegas. Over 1,400 manufacturers and suppliers from around the globe came to showcase and display the latest trends and products in home building and design. 

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Here are just a few of our team's favorite new trends: 

1. Modern Bathroom Trends

Furniture style and hanging vanities.

Minimalistic furniture-style and hanging vanities 

Kohlers new version of Bronze.

A new twist on Bronze fixtures by Kohler

lighted mirror trend

Elegant lighted, smart mirrors 

2. New Take on Shower Doors

More grids on shower door glass.

Grids on glass shower doors

Bifold shower doors for tight spaces. (00000002)

Bifold shower doors for tight spaces

Smoke glass shower doors are also a new trend.

Smoke glass shower doors, a step in a new direction from frosted and clear glass options

3. Unexpected Splashes of Color

MR direct sinks

Colorful and new shapes for vessel sinks, like these options from MR Direct 

victoria and albert world of color

Bathtubs with unique, bold color and pattern finishes from Victoria + Albert Baths

4. Large, Cozy Fireplaces

Large fireplaces are everywhere at the builder show.

fireplace trend

Large fireplaces for both indoor and outdoor spaces

5. Colorful Garage Doors

Prefinished Garage Doors.  No painting on the site and the assicated warranty issues.

Pre-finished garage doors to eliminate the need to paint on site and get one step closer to installation

Interested in incorporating some of these new trends into your own home, but not sure where to start? The first step is defining your own design style. Take our Interior Design Style Quiz to find out yours! 

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