Your retreat at the end of the day, the master bathroom becomes a place to unwind and relax from the hectic schedule of today’s lifestyle. A typical master bathroom features a comfort height vanity with dual sinks, a jetted tub and a separate shower and a toilet. The stand-alone shower can be fiberglass or tile with either an onyx or a custom made tile base. Depending on the style of the bathroom, the shower can be enclosed with a glass shower door on the front or some homeowners choose to open the shower up by only installing tile halfway up the shower and framing the top half with glass. Tile showers house glass shelves and a small bench located a few feet from the floor for storing shower supplies and giving you a leg up when shaving. Most bathrooms feature a linen cabinet for storing towels and extra toiletries. A more luxurious master bathroom features everything from a separate makeup vanity, to a coffee bar or a wine fridge. The amenities are endless when it comes to outfitting the master bathroom.
Master Bathrooms can be as simple or as luxurious as the homeowner deems and while the amenities are endless when it comes to outfitting the master bathroom, the basic essentials will still provide the homeowner with an escape haven.