1. Two sinks and two vanities eliminate waiting in the morning, and each person can have their own space in the bathroom.
  2. Locating the toilet in it’s own room is great for shared master baths. Privacy is the name of the game here.
  3. A walk in closet off the master bath allows homeowners to dress without having to leave the bathroom. Have yours designed with plenty of organization in mind, to make finding just the right outfit an easy task.
  4. Two sets of towel racks to go with your double vanities!
  5. Extra large soaking tubs with a curb around it makes soaking away the days stress so easy. Some candles, a glass of wine . . .
  6. Cabinets for storage; be sure to have enough. You’ll want to be able to put away most things to avoid the cluttered look.
  7. Heated floors are a must for the ideal bathroom.
  8. Heated towel racks make getting out of the shower just plain fun. Warm, fuzzy towels, mmmm.engineered stone countertop, half wall for toilet
  9. A good quality exhaust fan, quiet, and controlled with a timer, sized for the cubic feet area of the bath, will keep the room smelling fresh and avoid mold and mildew.
  10. Quality lighting design that provides the light you need over the sink and mirror, and a properly lit shower area (moisture-proof light fixtures), as well as natural light.
  11. Don’t forget the designer grab bars for the shower area. Be proactive and avoid nasty falls.