In today's world of social media comparisons, everybody is trying to one up each other in the home decor, house size, and luxury detailing. This master bathroom remodel was no exception to this trend, as you can tell by the blush pink marble everything, custom sconces, clawfoot tub and antique mirror. When this client and I started discussing master bathroom remodel ideas, she specifically requested that I think lavish elegance every time I picked something out. Of course this was a fun request as the budget was astronomical, but it was important to me that I kept a good balance so that the space would look chic rather than gaudy.
As a carpenter, I'm part of a team that works together to remodel your bathroom. Master bathroom remodel jobs often entail dealing with larger spaces, which means you have more options when it comes to color schemes, expanding shower space, adding a freestanding tub, or even redoing the floors. Really, opportunities for change in spacious rooms are almost neverending. Master bathroom remodel costs can also add up, which is why it's important to research prices, carpenters, plumbers, and other experts before you begin your remodeling project. Some experts have enough experience to tell you whether that walk-in shower you desire will really fit with your bathroom decor or even in the available space.
When my parents retired, their first order of business was to address a few home improvements. I took them out to our builder to look at large scale bathroom designs that included tile replacement, a new vanity, toilet replacement, and the addition of a walk-in shower. We discussed options within their budget and came up with a game plan. We started with the shower remodel, which included removing and old clawfoot bathtub and replacing it with a sleek walk-shower with large easy to clean tiles and glass doors. It was the perfect choice for retirees who wanted to stay in their home for many years to come.
My husband and I spent many long weeks arguing about this master bathroom remodel because he wanted something that would look ultra sleek and modern, while I wanted a space that would be very luxurious and relaxing. We ending up settling on something between both of our dream master bathroom designs, and I have to say that I actually love how it turned out. Our home does have a modern look to it, so it made sense to carry that style into our suite. We wanted to keep the bathroom remodel cost fairly low so we choose a simple light grey tile for the walls and floor, but stepped it up with an awesome black floating vanity and vessel sinks.
When this client requested an spa-like master bathroom remodel, I was happy to oblige because this is actually one of my favorite styles to bring to a large bathroom. A bathroom renovation cost is, quite frankly, never cheap especially if you want to create a high end design like this. The existing foot bring go the space was very spacious and had good traffic flow and the marble tile that covered the floors, tub surround and shower was actually fantastic as well. In order to keep costs low for this master bath remodel, I concentrated most of the budget on replacing the vanity and adding in some cool new features like the bamboo door and contemporary pendant lights hung over the soaking tub.
I can't decide if this master bathroom remodel looks like a home office or a bath. I have been scouring the internet for master bathroom ideas 2019 in order to update our suite to a more modern style. I actually really like the look of this space (although I was a bit confused at its purpose haha) because it doesn't look like your traditional bathroom. The rich wood floors and panelling around the window give it a much more high end look and the floating vanity and sleek sinks continue with this theme. So many of the bathroom makeovers that I have seen lately tend to be very boring and one note, so it is great to see a homeowner that is willing to think outside of the box with their decor.