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Tips for Customizing Your Residential Bath

If you’re thinking about home improvement projects, consider customizing your bathroom. Arguably, the bathroom is the most sacred and private part of the home, next to the bedroom. After a long day of work, one of the best ways to unwind is taking a long soak in the tub.

If you’re thinking about home improvement projects, consider customizing your bathroom. Arguably, the bathroom is the most sacred and private part of the home, next to the bedroom. After a long day of work, one of the best ways to unwind is taking a long soak in the tub. This space should be aesthetically pleasing, calming, and most of all, functional. Some top trends in customizing a bathroom are adding stone to the wall to make cleaning maintenance easy. Other exciting design ideas include even adding a fireplace to the bathroom. Style matters but still, there are fundamental questions that every homeowner must ask when customizing a bath. Keep reading to discover what essential thoughts you should ponder when customizing your bathroom.

How Private Do You Want Your Bathroom to Be?

Privacy within a bathroom matter. You should be able to enjoy a shower without worrying about if someone is staring at you from the outside. You should also be able to enjoy having windows in your bathroom as windows are a source of natural light. Natural light has many positive health effects and opening a window from time to time will allow air to come in and soak up moisture. Fresh air helps to kill bacteria and prevent mold and mildew from growing.

So, how can you ensure that your bathroom is private? Retractable screens are a great way to control peeping tops. What’s even better is investing in a motorized retractable screen that allows you to manipulate the amount of natural light coming into your bathroom.

Are the Materials In Your Bathroom Able to Withstand Moisture?

It’s best to use stone in your bathroom because its durable and won’t suffer from water damage. It’s also effortless to clean and can add polish to your bathroom. Materials such as wood, wallpaper, or textile aren’t as durable. Some of the best choices are marble and granite.

Does Your Bathroom Have Proper Lighting?

Being able to see is essential when it comes to shaving, styling hair, or applying makeup. Some bathrooms have dim lighting, putting a strain on the eyes. It’s also hard to see stains. Fluorescent lights exist that are energy-efficient as well.

Do You Need A Bathtub?

Taking a bath can do so much for your mental state of being. However, some people aren’t bath people. They may prefer to stand up in the shower due to physical limitations like long legs or being to arthritic to sit down in a tub. One popular design trend is adding a bench. They may also not have enough space to incorporate a bathtub.

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