Best ways to update the master bath
When designing your new shower or tub shower surround, have one or two niches built into the shower wall. This will provide a perfect place to put those shower items like shampoo, conditioners, soap, etc. It adds a great style element as well as a location for those needed shower items.
Have your new shower built with a low threshold entrance; you’ll love it for convenience, and if you ever have a mobility issue, whether temporary or long term, it will be indispensable.
Heated flooring is a wonderful addition to any new bath remodel; who doesn’t love a warm floor on their bare feet?
Another option that gives a luxury feel is a heated towel rack. They not only warm your towels, they also dry them, and look good doing it.
Select a lav/ sink sized to suit your bathroom; a smaller bath should have a smaller cabinet. The size should suit the space, as you don’t want to feel cramped, or have awkward maneuverability in the room.
Another consideration is the size and type of tile selected for the floor and the walls; contrary to what one might think, a smaller room looks better with large format tile.
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