Bathroom Ideas / October 13, 2018 / Azaria Lind.
A luxurious master bath is more than a selling point for today's homeowners as this luxury has become a necessity. These days most of the homeowners are spending more time and money on, their master baths, so it is no surprise that they are one of the most highly regarded amenities in the home just like the living room. It is just no longer a strictly utilitarian room; master baths are becoming a personal retreat to rev up for the day's start or wind down at the day's end. Most of the people want a gracious yet comfortable place to spend their time, and neutral color schemes are reflecting that. Wall and floor treatments feature soft, natural hues of green, yellow, blue and beige as they form the perfect combination for the bathroom.
Finishing of designer fixtures:
Designer fixtures are common bone, biscuit or white and the most popular finish for faucets is chrome with soft brass accents. It a seen that tile is still the most common floor-covering, typically in marble, granite or limestone finishes as people still prefer it as the prime requirement of the floor. Larger tile sizes are gaining in popularity, with colored grouts for a touch of excitement and personal expression that forms a different look. The sink and vanity areas are becoming the artistic and aesthetic focus of today's bathrooms as they gain more and more popularity. There are many plumbing fixtures those are becoming more luxurious, with showers having multiple heads and tubs featuring soft, sloping curves and pillow pads for comfort.
Windows and glass are becoming more copious to open up and brighten the room as many windows and skylights, and their dressings are equipped with remote controls so that bathers may open and close them while soaking in the tub. Many luxury items such as see-through fireplaces, mini-refrigerators, exercise equipment, saunas, and televisions are also being incorporated into master baths to create a gracious and pampering living space. In keeping with that atmosphere, many design items should a taken into consideration like putting the plumbing wall away from the master suite wall, hampers in storage areas, and temperature and pressure-balancing valves in a shower, tub, and vanity faucets.