Today we talk master bathrooms!
The large surfaces in a master bathroom — including its walls and floors, both inside and outside the shower — have a major impact on the room’s design. A bright accent wall can create a focal point in a room, while textured tile in neutral tones can add visual interest to a shower.
Homeowners remodeling their master bathroom lately are frequently choosing neutrals, like white, gray or beige, for the room’s major elements. And often they select ceramic or porcelain as the finish material for the shower floor and walls, as well as for flooring outside the shower.
Bath Or Shower?
Taking a hot shower or soaking in the tub can be a wonderful way to unwind from a demanding day. Many homeowners renovating their master bathroom are using their shower or tub for just this purpose.
Lately, the shower seems to be edging out the tub as a focal point in remodels. Many remodeling homeowners are expanding their shower even when they aren’t changing the master bathroom’s size. Fewer direct their remodeling investment dollars to the tub.
As showers gain steam, homeowners renovating their master bathroom are focusing less on the bathtub. Half of renovated master bathrooms don’t have a tub at all.
Those few who do add or replace a bathtub as part of a master bathroom renovation, the top choice is a freestanding flat-bottom tub. No matter which tub style they choose — freestanding, alcove or deck-mounted — homeowners frequently opt for a soaking tub, which is deeper than a standard model. Acrylic is by far the most popular tub material.
Fixtures & Faucets
To make the bathroom renovations more high-end, some homeowners are selecting premium features for showers like a rainfall shower head or a dual shower head for 2 people.
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