Updating Your Master Bathroom? 3 Additions You Might Love

Your master bathroom is one of the last stops in the evening and first stops you will take in the morning, giving you a functional space where you can get cleaned up. However, when the space becomes dated and unsightly, a few renovations can really help you to create the change you are looking for. Here are three master bathroom additions you should consider during bathroom remodeling. 

1. Patterned Tile

Gone are the days of boring beige ceramic tile. Today, when people want to create a warm and inviting space while still maintaining a waterproof floor, they look to patterned tile. From graphic black and white prints to beautiful colored Spanish tiles, patterned tile can create a bathroom that feels interesting, without being overwhelming. 

As you look for patterned tile, remember that you have a few options. There are hand-painted tiles, tiles that are printed and designed to look hand-painted, and even natural stone mosaics that create a beautiful pattern right on the floor. Before you select a tile, read about its care instructions and check out online reviews from others who may have selected that tile. To search for it quickly, perform a reverse image search online after taking a photo of the tile. 

2. A Chandelier Over the Bathtub

What better way to unwind than by lounging in a bubble bath and looking up at a beautiful crystal chandelier? Gorgeous light fixtures can give your space an unparalleled feeling of luxury, which is important if you plan to use your bathroom a lot. 

If you will be including a high-end chandelier, think about adding other higher-end fixtures, such as a beautiful modern standalone bathtub, natural stone counters, and complementary vanity lighting. 

3. A Seated Makeup Area

If you love to get dressed up to go out, it would serve you well to have a seated vanity area. Designed as a built-in desk, seated vanity areas can serve the functional purpose of giving you a convenient area to do your hair, take care of your makeup, and relax before the busiest parts of your day begin. 

While master bathroom updates can take weeks to finish, creating a space that you really love and that meshes well with your home's aesthetic and personality can repay you over the years. As you design your master bathroom, think about what you want and need from the space, so the entire area looks as beautiful as possible. 

For more ideas for a bathroom remodel, reach out to a local remodeling contractor.



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