Renovating your bathroom gives you the opportunity to turn it a into luxurious, spa-like space where you can relax and unwind at the end of the day. If you’re ready to turn your main bathroom or ensuite into the lap of luxury, don’t miss out on these key bathroom features:
1. Big, Spacious Showers
Say goodbye to brief, five-minute showers and say hello to actually enjoying the time you spend in the shower. Large, spacious, glass-walled showers are one of the best ways to get a luxury bathroom. They open up your space to make it feel even bigger and they give you all the room you need to enjoy your shower, including space for multiple shower heads and wall-mounted body sprays.
2. Large Vanities
Even in ensuite bathrooms where the maximum number of occupants is two, large vanities give you all of the space you need and more. For the ultimate in luxury, some homeowners choose to install vanities along the entire length of one wall of their bathroom. This gives you room for multiple sinks, lots of storage space and plenty of space to do everything you need to do without getting in anyone’s way.
3. Free-Standing Tubs
Not only should a luxury bathroom have a separate tub and shower, but one trend for super-luxurious bathrooms is the free-standing tub. Free-standing tubs are great for larger bathrooms because they don’t need to be fitted to a wall on three sides — this gives you more freedom to put the tub exactly where you want it.
4. White & High-Gloss Colours
While homeowners have lots of options for colours for their bathrooms, nothing quite says luxury like all-white and high gloss. White cabinets, countertops, tiles and other fixtures really amp up the luxury in a bathroom.
5. Tiles Everywhere
Another way to really increase the luxury in your bathroom is to tile everything, from the shower to the floor to the walls. Large format tiles are becoming a popular choice for floors and shower walls, but mixing and matching tiles in similar colours and different shapes is a great way to add some visual interest to your bathroom while still maintaining that sense of luxury.