A short few decades ago bathrooms were closets with plumbing, hence the term “water closet”. These days, when renovating, home designers and architects dedicate plenty of space for bathrooms. The reason for this is simple, people want it because it’s luxurious and pleasant to have plenty of room to create their own personal oasis. Luxury bathrooms are becoming more common in home renovations. In addition to being a great place to relax and unwind they also significantly increase the resale value of your home. Something to keep in mind when remodelling your bathroom, particularly when its within or adjacent to a master suite is that openness is your friend.
Creating a flow between the master suite and the ensuite will make both spaces feel larger. It will also increase convenience in the overall space. A large stand alone tub can act as a gorgeous and substantial focal point of the entire design. For the shower, consider extending the open feel by investing in an all-glass enclosure or even an entirely open shower. If you have the space you can also enclose the toilet in it’s own nook for added privacy. Finally consider adding a sitting area with a bench or an oversized chair for added beauty and convenience.
This recently remodelled bathroom features a curb-less shower design with flowing pebbles spilling out from the shower enclosure and continues under the tub. In contrast with the simple brick lay tile, this tile design draws your eye to the gorgeous stand alone tub and tub filler. The shower features multiple sprayer heads, a rain shower head, and a hand wash wand on an adjustable sliding bar. The floating bench with a linear drain maximizes the shower area. Note our signature niche, where your bath products are conveniently located. The overhead chandelier, sconces above the mirror, and the dimmable pot lights create an interesting and dynamic layered approach to lighting offering many lighting options from a romantic bubble bath to those simple day to day tasks.