As interior designers we create dreams and inspire imaginations. One room in which many prospective buyers like to dream about is the master bath. When designing our model homes,we know that creating a zen-like bathroom retreat, one in which a buyer can picture themselves luxuriating is ideal. To do that our designers often incorporate the following six simple design ideas to create a spa-like bathroom.
Design Idea #1: No-Step Shower
A no-step shower is an easy install that creates an absolutely seamless sight line. It addresses the importance of a smooth entry into the shower, which creates a stress-free situation; especially for older buyers.
Design Idea #2: Creative Storage
Having a place to store and hide essentials such as toothbrushes, razors, and medicine allows the bathroom to maintain a clean, minimalist feeling. With a place for everything and everything in its place, the bathroom can create a sense of calm.
Design Idea #3: Sink and Faucet
The selection of your bathroom sink and faucet can create the ideal environment for one of the most used rooms in your home. With so many available options these days, an eye-catching sink or faucet can add an extra decorative design element to the space. It can inspire a spa-like feeling upon sight.
Design Idea #4: Art
Art is an affordable and effective way to bring personality, texture, and color to the room and makes the bathroom feel more like a true “living” space.
Design Idea #5: Statement Lighting
Much like art, lighting can be a strong statement piece in the bathroom. Multiple layers of lighting, such as a chandelier, can lights, and sconces create needed light and extra ambiance. Having various lighting options can help create the desired mood.
Design Idea #6: Shower Head
A simple swap of the shower head can make a big difference. By using a luxurious rainfall shower head you can make each shower feel like a special occasion in a spa.
To work with us to create a spa-like bathroom in your model home, please contact us today. And, be sure to follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram for all kinds of creative interior design ideas.