The master bathroom is a room most people spend at least some time in every day. And every so often, it also serves as a private oasis to retreat to and relax in after a long day. You deserve a luxurious treatment every day, so if it doesn’t currently feel like a place for relaxation and revitalization, maybe it is time for a master bathroom makeover.
Here are a few luxurious additions to make your master bathroom design really special.
A whirlpool tub is the ultimate choice in luxury bathing. It has a number of jets that pump air into the bath to provide a soothing massage. This effect is very therapeutic and encourages muscle relaxation. Add a few scented candles and some light music, and you’ve got your own private spa to retreat to whenever you wish.
Open Tiled Shower
A standalone shower no longer means just a glass door on a track. A doorless, curbless shower is practical, and it also looks quite stunning. A walk-in doorless shower, sometimes called a wet room, can accommodate a spa-like shower system. If you choose an open-tiled shower, consider thermostatic, programmable shower technology. With this technology, the water temperature will adjust based on a water flow when a dishwasher, toilet, or washing machine elsewhere in your home is in use.
Tile floors can can be beautiful, but they can also be cool on bare feet, especially when stepping out of a warm shower. In a conventional heating system, heated air rises to the ceiling and drops back down as it lowers in temperature. By installing a heated floor, you will never have to worry if it is warm enough when getting out of the shower.
His & Hers Sinks
If you’re doing a master bathroom makeover, his and hers sinks are a must have. Whether you choose smaller sinks closer to each other, or big luxurious sinks in separate vanities, you can’t go wrong. Not only does this add to the design appeal of the bathroom, you’ll never again have to worry about taking turns with your partner at a single sink.
A decorative mirror with beautiful framing can make a significant difference in your master bathroom’s décor. Designer decorative mirrors are full of details and there are numerous styles and colors you can choose from. There is no need to buy a mirror designed especially for the bathroom — there are no rules when it comes to mirrors.
If you don’t have a seated vanity, a master bathroom makeover is just the perfect time to incorporate one into your bathroom’s layout. With a gorgeous piece, you can create a contrast with a striking material or color. If your bathroom is modern and minimalistic, consider buying an antique seated vanity or combine different pieces of furniture. If you don’t want to separate it from the rest of your bathroom, just incorporate the vanity into your new overall design.
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