Master bathrooms should be equal parts efficiency and comforting spa. If your existing space doesn’t meet your expectations in terms of efficiency as well as self-indulgent retreat, is it time to revamp it?
Planning a perfect master bath remodel can present a dilemma in terms of achieving the proper balance. Especially in older homes, the space might not be ample for adding all the features you want.
Making Your Dreams Real
Experienced design professionals at The Kitchen Master are wizards at finding space and specifying materials to enhance a less than perfect space. In addition to the necessities in your master bath, we can help you add the niceties you want: extra storage, a large steam shower, a soaking tub, or dual vanities are some of the room-changing options you might want to consider.
Some popular options for modern master bathrooms include showers with a seat, showers without doors, freestanding soaking tubs, and natural, even rustic, materials incorporated into the bath scheme.
Many homeowners believe that it’s important to find space for dual vanities, and ample storage space is vital. Our certified bathroom designers are pros when it comes to combining aesthetics with function, and they will help you sort through your options.
Look to the Trends
With an eye to the future, green design principles, and energy and water-saving fixtures are almost universally important. Beauty and functional simplicity are high on the list as well.
Luxury items pop up in today’s best bathrooms: music systems in the shower, wall-mounted televisions to enjoy while taking a long soak in a large tub, heated floors and towel racks, and dimmable lighting are all popular add-ons for an upscale remodel project. Some of them are budget-friendly as well.
Additional features to consider for a sybaritic bath remodel are a skylight — for daytime sunlight and evening star-watching, or access to a private landscaped outdoor garden (perhaps with its own rain-head shower.)
An Eye on the Budget
Even though cosmetic updates to a master bathroom can be cost-effective, enlarging a bath space might involve relocating plumbing drains and water lines, bumping out a wall, or finding additional square footage by annexing part of an adjacent room. In terms of design, fixtures and materials, there is wide variation in quality and suitability.
Our team will work with you to find the most efficient and economical options. With nearly 40 years of experience working with local homeowners, we are adept at developing solutions that make everyone happy and at integrating new features into existing structures. Why not schedule a free consultation? We will assess the scope of work and help you envision how a new master bath will mesh with existing space to enhance your lifestyle.