Which features can really enhance your bathroom experience? Here are some that consistently appear on both bathroom remodelers’ and homeowners’ wishlists.
A water closet is essentially a separate room for your toilet. Water closets aren’t as common in the U.S., but they are quite popular in Japan and Europe. If you want a bit more privacy in your bathroom, installing a water closet could be a great idea.
Double Undermounted Sinks
While some people don’t mind sharing a sink, the vast majority prefer to have their own individual sink. However, having two sinks is not without its downsides. One common complaint among homeowners is that cleaning takes longer.
Fortunately, the issue can be remedied by installing double undermounted sinks. Undermounted sinks don’t have rims so grime and gunk can’t be easily trapped, making clean-up easier. Design-wise, undermounted sinks complement a wide range of bathroom designs because they’re usually made from quartz, solid surfaces or natural stone, all of which have timeless appeal.
Deep Soaking Tub
Showers are more practical for busy people—a shower doesn’t have to be filled and it takes less time to get in and out of a shower. But sometimes you just want a nice, relaxing soak in the tub after a long day. For a luxurious, spa-like experience, nothing beats a deep soaking tub.
Single-Handle or Touchless Faucets
Comfort is usually the first thing that comes to mind when you think about a great bathroom experience. However, you shouldn’t overlook features that can help you improve hygiene. Single-handle or touchless faucets reduce the risk of germs transferring to your hands.
Glass-Free Curbless Showers
Removing soap scum on glass takes quite a bit of elbow grease, which is why some homeowners prefer to remove shower doors altogether. Doing so also helps create a more streamlined bathroom design. To learn more about the different requirements for glass-free showers, consult a professional bathroom remodeling contractor.
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