19 Mar Designer Ideas for Remodeling Your Master Bath
The master bathroom is often an extension of the master bedroom in your home. Typically located within or adjacent to the master bedroom, the master bath is often considered a sanctuary and a place to unwind at the end of the day. Much more than just a toilet, sink and shower, a master bath is a combination of functionality and personality. If you are remodeling your master bath, or adding a brand new master bathroom to your home, following are some decorative and innovative ideas for your redesign.
An article on SoutherLiving.com explains, “Bath décor doesn’t have to be all about function—beautiful form is actually the difference between a boring room and a relaxing retreat. With a little imagination, you can transform your master bath into your own private haven.”
Since it is often considered an extension of your bedroom, you may want to consider mirroring or at least emulating the master bedroom’s design. If you are starting from scratch or you just want a new look, you can always be as unique and creative as you want. Many master bathroom designs are inspired by spas and peaceful retreats. There are many different features that you can add to a master bath including:
Modern and Spacious Showers
Showers today can include body sprays, rain shower heads, hand showers, multiple shower heads, therapeutic lights, seats, and infinity drains. A step-in shower without a curb (known as a Roman style shower) is safe for people of all ages. Some designs combine the shower and tub in one tiled area by placing a freestanding tub in the center of the shower zone.
Deep Soaker Tubs
Tubs are optional in the master bath. But if you like to unwind in a nice warm bath, you can add a tub that features heated air jets that emit warmth and bubbles. These tubs have been replacing water-jet Jacuzzi tubs. Also, tubs are less likely to be positioned in a corner where they take up valuable square footage space.
Natural Stone Vanities with Double Sinks
Since master baths are often used by two people, if you have the space, a sleek marble or granite vanity with a double sink is ideal. Dual sink vanities can also gain privacy when a shelving unit is posited between the sinks.
Sometimes it’s the unseen elements that make the biggest difference in your master bath design. Nothing says luxury like stepping on to a warm, tile floor. Radiant heat can be placed below tiles to give you a warm footprint any time you step out of the bath or shower.
There are so many beautiful and decorative options in bathroom tile. Marble, porcelain, glass and ceramic tiles are available in so many different styles and color schemes that reflect light, add a splash of color, and create a unique look.
A linen closet positioned in a master bathroom is a great convenience and allows the user to access towels and toiletries right in the bathroom.
Soft blues are good options when you’re aiming for a relaxing atmosphere. If you want a brighter look, neutral tones can be accented with colorful towels and rugs. Give your master suite a cohesive look by painting the bath walls just one shade lighter than the bedroom walls.
If you are interested in remodeling your master bathroom or adding a brand new bathroom to your home, contact the professionals at North Shore Kitchens, Inc. They are true craftsmen and experts in the industry and they have been serving the Long Island community for over 40 years. Give them a call at 631-673-7575 to start planning your master bathroom redesign today.