Master of the Bath

Master of the Bath

Serene, calm, and relaxing are all words that should be used in the description of your master bath. You work long, hard days and you deserve the opportunity to come home and break away from the stresses of everyday life. I have long been a believer in pampering. Your mental and physical health are so important and having a space to relax in is crucial.

The master bathroom should be a retreat. When you unwind, you are setting yourself up for success. I can guarantee that your days will be more productive if you take the time to take care of yourself. In order to create a serene space, you must decide what kind of environment makes you feel most relaxed. For example, maybe your happy place is the beach or somewhere in the mountains.

The best place to start is by choosing colors. Do you like light, airy colors or something a little more dark and mysterious? Do you want something clean and precise or creative and free-flowing? Once you decide that, you can build your dream space from there.

The features in your master bath should reflect what relaxes you the most. Do you like soaking in a tub or taking a long, hot shower? If you choose a tub, there are a few things to take into consideration. A Japanese soaking tub is a great option for small spaces while still being deep enough for submersion. As far as showers go, there are several ways to get creative. Whether you have a glass door, a curtain, or even dual shower heads, this is a fun place to take creative liberty.

If your neighbors aren’t close by, having a scenic window is a great idea. It connects you with nature and takes relaxation to another level. For an even more luxurious effect, put in an outdoor shower! In the warmer months this is the perfect solution for a calm evening in nature after your long day.

The master bathroom can be many things and have many elements. It is ultimately up to you to decide what is most beneficial for you. Having features that help you unwind both physically and mentally are going to help you in the long run. You won’t go wrong by putting in some extra time and energy into your master bath space.