Remodeling Your Master Bathroom
At the end of a long day, do you look forward to a shower in the sanctuary that is your master bathroom? If your master bath isn’t an oasis that aids in your relaxation and rejuvenation, maybe your room needs a makeover!
Kitchens by Oaks can help. We specialize in kitchens and baths. Read on for a list of things you should consider when planning to remodel your master bathroom, then call us for a design consultation.
Consider Your Design
We’ll help you design your new master bath, but we need some information from you to do so. For example, do you need or want a tub? Would that be a soaking tub? Are you interested in a waterfall or rainshower shower head? Do you love the idea of a floating vanity? Do you want to add a bidet? Do you need better lighting? What kinds of storage do you need? Are you open to moving the sink, toilet, tub, or shower if it adds to the functionality and aesthetics of the room?
These are just examples of the questions we may ask as we redesign your bath. Our goal is to help you achieve the master bathroom you want on the budget you have. Our focus is on both appearance and function.
Do You Share?
Do you share your master bath? Part of our planning will be to take into account the number of people using the space. This can affect the number of sinks, counter space, storage, and privacy around the toilet area. Keep this in mind as we move forward.
If you’re in your forever-home, consider your current or future needs for accessibility. A zero-threshold shower, grab bars that match the towel racks, and other features can impact your design.
How Much Storage?
What do you want to store in your bathroom? Do you want a linen closet for towels? Drawers for toiletries, medications, and other items? Make a list of everything you want to be able to store in your master bath. We can work on built-in storage or leave space for furniture to meet your needs.
If you don’t have Pinterest, this might be the right time to sign up. Browse through websites and blogs and “pin” images that have design or decorating features you like. Save images that feature flooring, paint, countertops, tile, faucets, and more that you like. When you share this with us, it will give us a good idea of your personal style and a jumping-off point for your design!
When you’re ready to get started, call the designers at Kitchens by Oaks at 585-349-8100.
We look forward to updating your master bath!