The master bath is like dessert: It should be indulgent, luxurious, and shared only with your spouse or significant other. Bathroom remodeling is an opportunity to add a little opulence to your home, and the chance to pamper yourself.
When you’re designing — or even just idealizing — your perfect master bath, you should envision all the nuanced details and luxurious features you wouldn’t put in just any ol’ bathroom. As such, here are some designs and features to consider as you create your dream master en suite.
The shower is arguably the most important component of any bathroom. It’s how many of us start our day, where we go after the gym or a rough shift at work, and is the closest to an afternoon at the spa that we can get without leaving home. As such, going overboard with your shower is a virtual impossibility. In your dream master bathroom, don’t be afraid to go big; more shower space means you can add multiple shower heads or perhaps make it into a steam shower to really pamper yourself. Rainfall shower heads are ideal for overhead, while installing higher-pressure heads along walls is like having your own personal masseuse on standby.
The key to your master bath being the en suite of your dreams isn’t actually in any one certain thing, but rather in your en suite embodying luxury at every corner. It’s like the old saying, “the devil is in the details.” Everything down to the walls and floors should be luxurious, decadent, and give your master bath that certain je ne sais quoi. Your eye should travel from one detail to the next, around and around again. High-end fixtures and tile are great ways to reinforce the chic seduction of your master bath while a vessel sink can add style and elegance. — Modernize