Your master bathroom should be a place for relaxation, as well as serving a functional purpose. Many homeowners are taking on bathroom remodels to transform their worn-out space into a luxurious haven. It's important not overlook how much time is spent in your bathroom, as it's often the space in which you start and end your day. Shouldn't it be as welcoming as possible? If you're ready to begin planning your master bathroom renovation, our comprehensive guide is here to help you.
Designing a Master Bathroom Remodel
There are a few important aspects to consider when it comes to designing your bathroom remodel: materials, style, and layout. In terms of material, your only real limit is your imagination and your budget. Homeowners are incorporating increasingly luxurious materials into their bathrooms, from granite countertops to marble showers. In terms of style, it's important to get a sense for your personal style before starting your project. Get inspired by looking at project examples online or visit a design showroom in person. Both of these options can help you get a sense for your many options, so that you can pick out your favorite materials and fixtures. Lastly, it's extremely important to consider the layout of your space when designing your project. Given the space that you're working with, you must decide whether a bath or shower is a better fit for the space. In recent years, baths have become less popular, as showers are typically more economical uses of space, and can also be customized with a variety of water features. Other design decisions, such as number of sinks or shower size, will vary greatly given the dimensions of your space.
We recommend picking out your materials, fixtures, and other design features before beginning your project so that you have a realistic sense of your projected costs.
Bathroom Feature Ideas
Two sinks: A remodel is a great time to add a second sink to your master bathroom. This allows each person to have their own space, and saves time in the morning and at night.
Heated towel racks: This is a simple and easy way to infuse a little luxury into your bathroom.
Multi-head shower: If space allows, design your shower with multiple shower heads for a spa-like experience every day.
Separate toilet room: If you share your master bathroom, separating the toilet with a door can add some much-needed privacy.
Tile shower: This is a great way to improve the appearance of your bathroom, and ceramic tiles also require little maintenance to maintain their elegance.
Cost to Remodel Master Bathroom
As they are often the largest bathrooms in the house, master bathroom remodels tend to be the most expensive of the bathroom renovations, as compared to renovating smaller bathrooms. The cost of these projects varies greatly, as the project could be a full-gut or a partial remodel. Additionally, the fixtures and materials chosen will influence the final price. Master bathroom remodels can cost anywhere from $8,000 to $50,000.
To get a better sense of your master bathroom remodel options and potential costs, speak to one of our licensed experts. Give us a call at 888.392.4236 or start designing your project here.