Tips for a master bath remodel you’ll love (Part 2)
We’re continuing our 3-part series describing what homeowners love about their master bathrooms. But, before you begin remodeling a master bathroom, you will want to consider every option and be aware of the best features in modern bathroom design.
Here are four more bath remodel recommendations from our designers and homeowners:
Warm & Cozy
Tile is cold! Electric warm wire floor heat is less expensive than you may think. You’d be hard pressed to find any real regrets with a heated floor.
Add soft-closing drawer glides for cabinet drawers, soft-closing cushions for the cabinet doors and a slow-closing seat for the water closet. There are even soft-close glides for pocket doors.
Grab bars are far more common today even among the young and healthy. There are designer grab bars that match the finish and style of your faucets. No need to sacrifice aesthetics for safety!
On the Shelf
Shelves can be a nice-looking, functional feature in the shower. Whether it’s a framed out shelf on the back wall or opposite the wet wall, a floating corner shelf, or a niche, a properly designed shelf is the way to go. Floating shelves in other locations can add character and interest.
So what have you chosen to implement in your bath remodel plans so far? What can you not live without? What will make you smile each day and think “I’m so glad we went with _____________.” We’d love to hear your feedback on our Studio 76 Kitchens and Baths Facebook page.