A Master bathroom is no longer simply areas where one showers and quickly gets ready for the day ahead. In the last decade they have become a place to relax and escape from the world. An aspect of indulgence, once the province of day spas, has crept into master baths. If you are considering a master bath remodel, luxury may be incorporated into any design, even if your space is small.
No material is too luxurious or unusual for a master bath. Consider natural stone such as travertine or even marble for walls and floors. Marble or high-end granite countertops are also in demand. If you’re not sure what your style is, take a look at the examples in our showroom and let one of our designers walk you through the possibilities. The only limit is your imagination.
Master baths have undergone some changes in the last decade. Once all the rage, giant tubs with sophisticated jet controls have now fallout out of favor, replaced by custom showers with many different types of showerheads and sprays, ranging from overhead installations to hand-held European-type sprays and everything in between. Add a fancy built-in seat along with a zero-threshold entrance and you have a relaxing retreat where you can even partake in a steam bath if you so desire.
Eliminating double sinks is another trend. Many homeowners have found that a single sink is sufficient in the master bath, reducing plumbing fixture costs while providing more counter space. The money saved may be put towards other luxurious extras such as a tower warming drawer or a towel warming rack that will keep you cozy after stepping out of the shower. Another hot idea is to install radiant heat under flooring to keep your feet warm on cold winter mornings. Don’t forget the lighting. For the ultimate look, install an overhead chandelier with a dimmer to create an elegant feeling.