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Bathroom Design & Bathroom Remodeling

The master bathroom, next to the kitchen, is the next most popular of remodeling projects.


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We spend a lot of time in our bathrooms and beauty and functionality are key components in creating the dream master bathroom experience.

The standard master bathroom can be easily transformed into a customized interior and personal retreat.

Whatever your design preferences may be, a traditional romantic setting or a contemporary theme, a wide range of products and price points are available to create any beautiful bathroom.

Here are some basic ideas to consider whether you are remodeling or planning a custom home:

  • Raise the counter top height to 36” high
  • Cabinetry does not have to match the bedrooms, be creative and consider accent, painted finishes or different wood finishes
  • Frame out mirrors with back splash tile and molding, or use decorative mirrors
  • Granite counter tops will add beauty and elegance, and engineered quartz products can offer color and low maintenance
  • Accent drop-in sinks add style and design for a traditional look, under mounted sinks look best in a contemporary theme
  • Accent with faucetry and hardware
  • Customize the shower with body jets, overhead or wall mounted shower heads, add a hand-held shower head for cleaning ease, plan for a steam shower
  • Acrylic drop-in tubs for tiled decks or free-standing claw and ball foot tubs for a more traditional look
  • Combine stone and porcelain tiles to create texture and interest, add glass tiles for that extra accent color
  • Create ambiance with light fixtures such as chandeliers, wall sconces, and pendants.
  • Plan for an under counter fridge, warming drawer for towels, a TV in a wall cabinet, or sound system

A major trend in bathroom functionality is the universal design concept to accommodate people of all ages.

There will be a time for most families where an aging parent or disability of a family member will dictate the planning of a bathroom.

Attention to wider doorways, eliminating curbs for frameless showers and adding grab bars for showers and tubs are just a few of the considerations.


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