master bathroom adjoining their master bedroom, but something wasn’t quite as it should be…it wasn’t quite ready to be called a “master suite”. A “master suite” evokes ideas of tranquility and personal sanctuary where you can recharge your batteries and soothe your mind. But what if your current master
allowed the bathroom to be enlarged to accommodate a much bigger soaking tub and larger shower. More windows were added and all corners of the bathroom are now flooded with natural light.
The floor now offers radiant heat to eliminate the chill of the tile as you get ready for the day. The countertops and
bedroom/master bathroom combination isn’t quite hitting the mark? Maybe it’s time to give your space a second look, and as these Bartlett homeowners discovered, you may even discover that your very own spa inspired retreat is just a few steps away.
The first step toward creating their ideal space was meeting
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particular bathroom also have a nightlight feature, which helps with those sleepy-eyed trips during the night. Install light switches low enough that children can operate them without having to get on a step stool. If this isn't possible, make sure you have a nightlight with a sensor that turns it on aut
kid-friendly idea is to replace the light switch with a motion sensor, so the main light comes on as soon as anyone enters the room.
Bathrooms' small sizes make them great places for art experiments. This collection of plates fits neatly on the wall. In my bathroom, framed postcards show superheros in bathrooms of their own. Quirky or traditional - both work.
guest bathroom design by Bay Area building contractor
hallway bathroom with a Braziilian Cherry wood floor features a tall cabinet for storing linens surmounted by generous moulding. There is a bathtub/shower area and a niche for the toilet. The white undermount double sinks have bronze faucets by Santec.