Dream Master Bath Must-Haves

The bathroom of your dream house should be a relaxing haven.  So much so that you won’t have to go to a spa for an escape. As you list the things you need to do as you design your bathroom, don’t forget to include the following:

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Consider putting in a sauna
Live somewhere cold or just love a good sweat? Embrace the wintertime traditions of Nordic countries with your very own sauna at home. Saunas don’t need to eat up too much space, and having one installed may cost less than you think. Source: Forbes

Have adequate ventilation
Of course, if your clothes and shoes are shower-adjacent, you’re going to need a good bathroom exhaust system to pull the moisture out of the air quickly. Don’t skimp on your bathroom ventilation. Preventing mold growth and peeling paint is worth spending the extra few dollars on a good vent. Source: Houzz

Look at a relaxing whirlpool bath
If you like both long soaks and water massages, then a whirlpool is a must for your master bathroom. Most tubs are water-jetted, pulsing water through the openings, but air-jetted units are becoming more popular because the pipes behind the jets don’t collect water residue, which can promote mold growth.

Test the tub for comfort before buying — take off your shoes and climb in to see if you can stretch out. Look for a tub with at least six jets. An acrylic finish is more durable than fiberglass. Source: BHG

Add impressive fixtures
Plumbing fixtures are the jewels of the bathroom because they’re metallic and can add a dramatic effect to any space, just as jewelry can to an outfit. There are a plethora of finishes and styles offered by today’s manufacturers, from brass to bronze and all metals in between. Keep in mind your motif and maintenance as you choose your bathroom fixtures. Elaborate gold fixtures probably won’t jive with a beach-inspired bathroom and may also require more cleaning than you’re up for. Source: HGTV

Looking for the things you need to create your dream bathroom? Choose from the quality fixtures, bath tubs and saunas on our website and feel free to contact us anytime for more information.

 

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Calgary, Alberta
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