When it comes to your master suite bathroom, you’ve probably The master suite bathroom is all about having the right details.come up with a million different ideas. Everything from the way the room is laid out to the colors you want the room to be painted in. But, there are a few design details that you may not have thought about. Below are some of the details that can take your master suite bathroom from an ordinary bathroom to your favorite room in the entire house.

Dramatic Chandelier

Add some glam and drama to your master suite bathroom by adding a chandelier. Hanging a chandelier over your bathtub not only adds a ton of character to the bathroom, but it’s the perfect way to light up the space. A chandelier will have multiple lights, which will help light up every corner of the space, so you’ll never be without the light you need to get ready.

Tubside Fireplace

Who doesn’t love a good soak in the tub? But, you can make the experience even more relaxing and enjoyable by adding a fireplace. A small fireplace next to or at the foot of the tub adds just the right amount of ambiance to the space. Whether you choose gas, electric, or an actual wood burning fireplace, you’ll love the atmosphere the fireplace creates and the extra warmth it provides in the cooler months.

Natural Light

There are plenty of great ways to add natural light to a bathroom without sacrificing privacy. For starters, you can use frosted or stained glass for lower windows while leaving the higher windows as is. Another great way to make the master suite bathroom feel brighter is by painting the walls a white or other neutral colors which will reflect the light back into the room. If your master suite is on the top floor of your custom home, you also have the option of adding in skylights for added natural light.

Heated Floors

One of the worst things about bathroom floors is how cold they are after a hot shower or bath. Putting your foot down on cold marble or tile can be unpleasant, but with heated floors you never have to worry about that feeling. Plus, you won’t have to dig out the fuzzy socks every time you go into the master suite bathroom.

Divided Spaces

His and her sinks are great, but you can take them to the next step by dividing the vanity. Your morning and evening routines can be infinitely improved by having your own space in the master suite bathroom. You can easily divide the two vanities with the bathtub, shower stall, or even a walk-in closet.

Do you have other ideas for your master suite bathroom? The custom home builders at G&G Custom Homes would love to hear about all of your custom home ideas. Contact us today to set up a consultation meeting!