Williamson new-property designs replicate wants the pandemic made

Remember likely to the grocery past spring and obtaining empty shelves exactly where the rest room tissue was supposed to be? Merchants unexpectedly rationed gross sales for the reason that COVID-19 disrupted the provide chain.

The bathroom paper shortage of 2020, like every thing else about the pandemic, is obtaining an result on property designs as they adjust to preserve up with the way we are living currently.

Peek behind the master bathroom door of some new homes in Williamson County and rather of an everyday rest room you’ll obtain a combination potty-bidet. It is an common fixture in lots of European nations but one thing new in Tennessee.

“We’re pricing them for all of our properties and setting up them in about 50 % of the residences we construct,” mentioned Stacey Wessner, director of design and style and solution progress for Legend Properties, a Williamson County-dependent builder active in the new Hardeman Springs neighborhood in Arrington