Your master bathroom often serves as a refuge, a private spot in the home to relax and unwind from the busy day. Here are 6 creative ideas to transform the space into a personal haven you can relax in the perfect way.
Your master bathroom should be an oasis and make you feel at ease the minute you walk into the space. It’s where you’ll unwind after a long day at work. It’s where you’ll retreat when your stress levels rise. Whether you spend an hour soaking in the tub or a few minutes standing in front of the mirror, the space should provide a pleasurable, calming experience.
Your luxury home likely came with an impressive master bath. But you want it to be more than just functional, but simply the perfect place you can retreat into at home. With that in mind, why not make your next project about upgrading your bathroom?
Idea #1: Pamper Yourself With A Rain Shower
Rain showers are designed with large showerheads that release water in a manner that mimics the fall of rain. The spray’s pattern and pressure creates a massaging sensation, similar to standing beneath a small waterfall. Most shower-heads can be adjusted to provide additional pressure when you need it.
Some rain showers are suspended from the ceiling. Others are mounted on the wall. Both types provide an indulgent shower that you may find difficult to leave.
Idea #2: Install Dual Vanities
Double vanities offer a number of advantages over a traditional single-sink vanity. You and your partner can use the space at the same time rather than one person having to wait for the other to finish. You’ll also have more storage space for your respective toiletries. In addition, double vanities give you and your partner an opportunity to add small design flourishes that personalise your respective areas.
You’ll probably need to modify the plumbing in your bathroom to accommodate two sinks. Although it’s an inconvenience, it’s also a one-time event.
Idea #3: Invest In Radiant Heat Flooring
The floor of a traditional master bath can remain unpleasantly cold in winter months. Heat rises, leaving the tile chilly to the touch. Radiant heat systems ensure that your floors stay warm when you’re in the bathroom. When you climb out of the tub or leave the shower, you won’t be shocked by the frigid cold of the tiles.
Idea #4: Allow More Natural Light Into Your Bathroom
Natural light does more than simply brighten a room. It sets the room’s mood. In your master bath, ample sunlight can make the space seem more welcoming and relaxing.
If your bathroom lacks windows, you can use specific types of artificial light to create a similar effect. For example, install ambient lighting to provide an undercurrent of soft light in the background. Tasteful task lighting positioned near the vanity can provide illumination for performing your morning routine without creating an annoying glare. Use accent lights in specific areas of your master bath to further brighten the space while adding a touch of style.
Natural light is always preferable. But if it isn’t an option, there are other ways to enhance the lighting in your bathroom.
Idea #5: Install A Towel Warmer
A towel warmer keeps your towel warm while you’re in the shower or tub. When you’re ready to dry off, pull your heated towel off the wall-mounted fixture and wrap it around yourself. That smoothing warm towel just after a bath or shower is just divine.
Towel warmers offer additional benefits. They can help dry damp towels after use, and provide heat for the bathroom, much like a space heater. If you have delicate garments or lingerie that are damp, hang them on the towel warmer to dry them quickly and safely.
Idea #6: Install Non-Slip Floors
Ceramic tiles in the bathroom can be dangerous. A few drops of water can lead to slips and falls. To prevent falling and injuring yourself, replace the ceramic tile with a slip-resistant alternative. Good choices include textured linoleum, anti-slip tile, and even slate (a type of stone). The least preferably materials to choose are, marble and hardwood.
If you like your tile floors and want to avoid replacing them, you can rely on various non-slip accessories. For example, place area rugs on the floor near the sink, shower, and tub. You can also apply an anti-slip spray designed to increase traction in areas always exposed to water.
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