Separate Bathrooms Quickly Becoming A Rising Trend Among Couples
Smaller, separate bathrooms are a rising trend among modern couples who wish to enjoy their
"Instead of having a single master bathroom with generic items in it for both individuals, many are now opting for two smaller spaces that meet their bathroom needs," said Joseph Pubillones, a Florida-based award-winning interior designer, in a post on The Daily Herald.
Citing differences in organizational habits and lengthy sessions in the bathroom, couples are often bound to deal with such issues when trying to share a common shower or bathroom. As a result, it is now becoming increasingly common for a husband and a wife to have "a single vanity designed with two bowls", or have "a break-in" created for the countertop surface – all to keep the peace.
"It's understandable why couples are opting for smaller, more personal bathroom spaces at home because their own personal organizational habit and busy schedules," said Emi Suzuki, Owner of Hooks & Rings. "It's surprising why this trend has taken this long to especially with today's work force."
Others are taking a step further with two separate bathrooms, according to Pubillones, emphasizing the benefits of each that outweigh a single, spectacularly luxurious bathroom suite. Building two smaller baths will mean buying two of just about everything, but the idea behind two separate facilities does solve a lot of problems, he noted.
In designing the bathrooms, the focus is on meeting the need of the user. Some may want colorful and simple, while other prefer no fuss and clean lines of a symmetrical and orderly design.
According to Suzuki, "For both spaces, the right accessories can make a lot of difference. Shower curtain rings, for one, need to be equally durable for both and complementary of the bathroom design as well." Suzuki's Roly Rings offer such solutions as one of the top-selling shower curtain rings on Amazon, providing both functionality and form.
The Roly Rings are constructed with 100% stainless steel and brass to protect the finish and function of the ring. The versatile bathroom hardware fits 1" and 3/4" diameter straight or curve shower rods, and is friction-free to avoid common snags of a shower curtain.
The Roly Rings are available in oil brushed bronze, satin nickel and polished chrome finish to give customers better options to match their existing bathroom design or achieve the look they want for their shower space.
About Hooks & Rings™
Hooks & Rings is a Menlo Park, California-based seller of shower curtain rings made of stainless steel. Started in 2013, the company is committed to providing each customer with the highest standard of customer service. Hooks & Rings gives 10% of every dollar from proceeds before taxes to educational and charitable purposes.
Hooks & Rings™
This is a press release. Press release distribution and press release services by EmailWire.Com: http://www.emailwire.com/us-press-release-distribution.php.