Many thanks to the pandemic, most people embraced hygiene better than before. Aside from the strict sanitization routines, others thought of having neater and modern bathrooms. Besides, with all the staying indoors with nothing much to do, the bathroom and bedroom were the favorite areas.
Smart home technology will appeal more to homeowners. People will need robotic vacuum cleaners, dishwashers and AI-enabled kitchen appliances. Better still, there are gadgets using voice or remote commands for music, TV, security, lighting, or heating and cooling.
Homeowners are now growing kitchen gardens even in their balconies. They want to revitalize and freshen up the spaces inside the homes. Still, indoor plants are likely to increase demand to have them in corners or even on tabletops.
Due to the pandemic, working and schooling from home have been the new norm. This has led to the in-demand for versatile spaces that can comfortably accommodate office and study areas.