Master Bathroom Design Tips for Tranquility and Relaxation
August 3, 2016 by Tricia L
The master bathroom is one room that can be reserved for pure relaxation, tucked away from the kids and your spouse and private enough that no one will bother you. There are certain design aspects to making your master bathroom as tranquil as possible in order to achieve the ultimate relaxation after a long day. For those who love baths, soaking tubs are a big part of creating a tranquil bathroom but there are many other ways of achieving bathroom bliss.
Freestanding Soaking Tub
A soaking tub is the perfect way to unwind after a long day or week in your tranquil master bathroom. There’s something about a stand-alone tub that makes it even more relaxing, am I right?
Forget the world for a while and relax in your very own sauna, located in your very own home! You won’t have to worry about being half-naked around other people when it’s this private.
Put in a wall-to-wall window if your property allows for it, although not all of us have the luxury of having no neighbors. If you are fortunate enough to have a beautiful view of the beach or trees, take advantage of it.
Heated Towel Rack
There’s nothing better than getting out of the shower or tub and wrapping yourself with a nice and warm towel. Installing a heated shower rack might cost less than you think.
Light Color Scheme
Light color hues call for a relaxed and neutral vibe, giving a clean slate for your relaxation time. Whites, creams, light blues and colors in that scheme are a good choice for a tranquil master bathroom. For more information about Center Island Contracting’s services call us at (631) 465-9765.