Smart devices are becoming must haves for today’s connected consumer. technology has a huge role to play in making our homes more efficient, flexible and importantly, helping to create a space that enhances wellbeing.
Currently, smart technology is present throughout our homes, from operating lights or music with our phones, to creating a shopping list or reading a recipe via our voice activated AI assistants. Smart devices aid much of our everyday lives.
That said, it is to be expected that as we forge ahead over the next 10 years, smart technology will become more and more prevalent, particularly when it comes to the bathroom.
Smart technology provides the user with complete control and customisation over their experiences, and when it comes to the bathroom it’s no different.
It’s foreseeable that with further integration in the bathroom, users could calibrate their everyday routine from smart device to bathroom, from lights scheduled to come on when they rise in the morning, to the bubble bath being programmed to fill to a timer in the cool evenings.
Smart bathroom innovations can offer many benefits including convenience, safety, wellbeing and improved health. From touchless technology to intuitive lighting and innovative bathroom solutions such as the shower toilet new smart developments are being introduced to the bathroom everyday.
This clever WC option, such as the Geberit AquaClean Mera, uses WhirlSpray technology to provide a fresh out-of-the-shower feeling. Personal hygiene is a prominent concern of the modern consumer quickly making the shower toilet, a sought-after bathroom innovation in the UK. The popularity of washing with water is rising dramatically and with increased awareness of hygiene we only predict this will continue to rise.
The experience of smart technology is unparalleled, the Geberit AquaClean Mera Shower Toilet comes complete with a host of clever cutting-edge features. From odour extraction and built-in orientation lighting in various atmospheric colours, to a warm air dryer and user recognition, each feature has been carefully designed to improve the user’s experience and ultimately increase personal wellbeing. Users can even save their own personal settings and apply them to smart toilets outside the home.
The intuitive nature of smart products like this make the bathroom experience a relaxing one. Smart technology is set to revolutionise the way we see the bathroom - from a forgotten space in the household to one that creates nothing but a peaceful and calming atmosphere.
The technology we’re seeing become increasingly popular today, will no doubt be benchmark standard practice by 2030.