If you could redo your master bathroom, what would you change?

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  9 answers
  • Redcatcec Redcatcec on Apr 12, 2024

    A walk-in shower, no tub.

  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Apr 13, 2024

    I wouldn't change my bathroom layout or suite, but I would go for a Power Shoer next time!

  • Janice Janice on Apr 15, 2024

    Definitely a private room for the toilet with a door; then I'd prefer a tub/shower arrangement in the master rather than just a walk-in shower. To each her own though....if you love to soak in a tub...definitely include a tub. I'd also opt for a taller vanity than the old style ones! :)

  • The tub. I love baths but our tub is too small and by extension on changing things, because the water heater is too far away, the water is always cold by the time I get in. So the tub and the hot water situation.

  • Loving the answers, thanks for participating

  • Betsy Betsy on Apr 22, 2024

    Hi Amy: I'd put in a counter with drawers beneath to keep my clutter out of sight! :)

  • I love everything about our tiny ensuite bathroom, except when we remodeled it, I neglected to put a seat built in seat in the shower. That would be an awesome addition.

  • Danielle Segev Danielle Segev on May 13, 2024

    The floor

  • Eric Eric on May 13, 2024

    If I could redo my master bathroom, here are ten ideas I'd consider to enhance its functionality and aesthetic appeal:


    Rainfall Shower: Install a ceiling-mounted rainfall shower head for a luxurious and relaxing shower experience. This feature not only adds a touch of spa-like luxury but also offers a soothing, gentle flow of water.


    Custom Vanity: Design a custom vanity tailored to personal style and storage needs. Incorporate plenty of drawers and cabinets for organization, and choose materials and finishes that complement the overall design theme of the bathroom.


    Heated Flooring: Add radiant heating under the floor tiles for extra comfort, especially during colder months. This feature not only increases warmth but also adds a touch of indulgence to the bathroom.


    Freestanding Tub: Include a freestanding bathtub as a focal point for the room. Opt for a sleek, modern design or a classic clawfoot tub depending on the bathroom's decor.


    Smart Toilet: Upgrade to a smart toilet with features like a bidet, seat warmer, and self-cleaning technology, enhancing both hygiene and comfort.


    Natural Stone Tiles: Use natural stone tiles for flooring and walls to create a timeless and elegant look. Materials like marble or slate can add a luxurious feel to the space.


    Skylight: Install a skylight to bring in natural light and make the space feel larger and more open. This can also help in reducing mold and mildew growth by improving ventilation.


    Walk-in Closet: If space allows, add a walk-in closet adjacent to the master bathroom for convenience and better organization of clothing and accessories.


    Double Shower Heads: For a more versatile and convenient showering experience, install double shower heads. This can be especially useful for couples sharing the bathroom.


    Accent Wall: Create an accent wall with a bold wallpaper or a different tile pattern to add depth and interest to the bathroom's overall design.


    These changes could transform a master bathroom into a more functional, comfortable, and visually appealing space.