Matt Muenster's 12 Master Bath Remodeling Must-Haves
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Ceramic Tile Shower
Ceramic-tiled showers not only look good, but come with several benefits, too. Ceramic tiles prevent humidity, are easy to clean and stave off fungi and dust mites. Design by Mary Broerman.
Designer Lori Dennis added storage shelves, bench seating and multiple shower heads to turn this shower into a room of its own.
With double sinks and vanities, each person can enjoy their own space in the bathroom. Design by Payton Addison.
Separate Toilet Room
A separate toilet room is a must-have for shared master bathrooms.
Every master bathroom should also contain the largest closet in the house. Keep everything organized, displayed and easy to get to with a spacious walk-in closet. Design by Lori Dennis.
His-Her Towel Racks
Have your own space inside a shared space. Along with his-her vanities, his-her towel racks are a must-have. Design by Velvet Hammerschmidt.
Extra-Large Romantic Bathtub
Sit back and relax after a long day with an extra-large bathtub. After lighting some candles and adding bubbles, you may never want to leave.
Lots of Counter Space
Take advantage of a spacious bathroom with plenty of counter space. Designer Dave Stimmel adds only a few decorative accessories for a pop of color.
Lots of Cabinet Space
You can never have too much cabinet space and storage. Stash your unsightly toiletries in the cabinet and keep your accessories on display.
The bathroom can easily be the most relaxing room in the house. Designer Tracy Morris created a spa-like sitting area within this spacious master bath.
Don't leave the bathroom out of a design plan. Wall art can be the perfect touch to brighten the space. These modern, bright orange prints pop against the mint-green wall color. Design by Velvet Hammerschmidt.
Warming Lamp With a Timer
Warm up after stepping out of the shower with a warming lamp. Your pets will even love you for it.