For most homeowners, the master bathroom is the crown jewel out of all the bathrooms in a household. This is where the king and the queen of the house can relax in complete privacy. This is why many people are very particular when it comes to remodeling a master bathroom. There are many options and ideas that you can use and the sheer number of options can be overwhelming for some. If you are unsure how to proceed, you should visit a bathroom showroom to find out what you want to get out of your own master bathroom. Here are a few tips to make the process easier.
Choosing a Lay-Out for your Master Bathroom
Before deciding on anything else, the lay-out is the first thing that you have to work out. Both the aesthetics as well as the functionality of your bathroom will be determined by its lay-out. When deciding on the lay-out you need to ask yourself how you will use your bathroom. Do you need a bathtub or is showering enough for you? Does your spouse often use the bathroom at the same time as you do? If you don’t need a bathtub, then you will have extra space that you can use for something else. However, if you want the option of either showering or taking a dip in the tub, then you will need to allocate space for both a shower area and the bathtub. If you and your spouse need to use the bathroom at the same time, then your toilet area should be separated from the rest of the bathroom. In addition, you could also opt for two sinks instead of one. Once you know your needs, visit a bathroom showroom to look for a layout that can work in your own home.
Once you have decided on the layout and functionality of your bathroom, you can then start picking out design elements that you want to incorporate in your master bath. If this is a his and hers bathroom, then pick out neutral colors and accent pieces that both you and your spouse will be able to enjoy. You should also make sure that all of the little details like you showerhead, your taps as well as all of the other elements in your master bath blend together into a seamless mix. This will help you achieve a polished look for your master bathroom worthy of being displayed in any bathroom showroom.