Every room in your home is important but, when it comes down to it, there are only a few that are essential. Without a doubt, the master bathroom is one of the most important rooms in your home because of the purpose it serves. When remodeling, you need to think about the cabinets, the plumbing fixtures, frosted glass, the type of tile, the focal point such as a mirror, how spacious you want it, the ceiling, storage space, and even the floor! Here are some ways to make sure that this important room is both beautiful and functional.
1. Mind the Flow
One of the most important things to remember when building a master bath is that it is often an extension of the master bedroom and the floor plan should reflect that.
2. Function Is the Priority of the Design
We do very specific things in bathrooms and there should be designated spaces for each of them. When deciding on the best layout, keep the different functions in mind: toileting, showering, washing up, and dressing.
3. Treat It as a Room
The master bath is an extension of the master bedroom and should be treated as such. Don’t just think of it as a bathroom. By focusing on making the bathroom a functional space in the master suite, you essentially make your bedroom bigger and more useful.
4. Fit in as Much Function as Possible
One thing that a lot of people don’t think about when designing and building a master bathroom is extra storage. By working it into your build, you actually increase the functionality of your bathroom. This can be done in a few ways: built-in shelving, a large under-sink cabinet with a lot of drawers, a large closet. Because the master bathroom is so interconnected with the bedroom, it has the added benefit of giving you more space to store things that you might not have room for in your bedroom closet.
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