Project Spotlight: Before and After Bath Renovation for Her

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Let’s face it…life is hectic! We are constantly pounded by information whether it is on social media, tv, or word of mouth. And, who doesn’t need a place to retreat to at the end of the day? I know I sure do! Updating your master bath to a place where you can relax and unwind is ideal in our modern world. There are many features that are great to incorporate for optimal revitalization. One is an air bath or soaking tub. When planning for these tubs, be sure to leave yourself room for bath items by incorporating niches, side tables, and towel bars. Tub trays are also great if the tub shape can accommodate them.

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Storage is key when you want to keep necessities out of plain site. This make-up area has a docking drawer where your hair dryer, curling iron, etc. can stay when in or out of use. A large armoire style cabinet can be used to house toiletries, towels, and even undergarments if you choose.

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Add a personalized touch with decorative hardware, perfume bottles, and custom edged countertops to express your unique style. A steam shower with essential oils is absolutely amazing after a long day! You can completely unwind in the comfort of your own home. 

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If you have a window in the bath that is limiting your shower space, incorporate it into the shower. You’ll need to seal everything properly and use materials that are durable, but it is definitely an option. Also, natural light is soothing and refreshing! Obscure glass can be used for privacy.

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