In the Ku Interior Design blog, we’ve addressed how COVID-19 is changing the way we live and work: With more and more people working from home indefinitely, it’s important to create a dedicated work space that welcomes you and inspires productivity. We’re also making changes to our homes because we’re getting the sense that we’re going to be in them for a while.
But COVID-19 is changing more than just the aesthetics of design, it’s changing the fundamentals as well. We all want to be as “touch-free” and sanitized as possible. The options below offer those features.
Because wall-mounted toilets aren’t attached to the floor, it makes cleaning easier. No more scrubbing around the base or taking the time to clean the surface of the tank.
Moving forward in a current and post-COVID world will mean more “hands-free’ tools that can be implemented into any home such as…
These countertops are completely non-porous and, therefore, very sanitary and will not stain. Here’s a gorgeous example from Crossville.
How Can You Implement “Safe” Design?
If you’re wondering how these and other options might fit in your home, that’s where I come in. I’ll take a look at your space and we’ll come up with a plan that not only makes your home safe and functional, but also incorporates your personal style. Keep in mind that as the world continues to evolve toward more safety-conscious solutions, these changes will likely add value to your home as well.