Nobody remodels the bathroom in their Naples home just because they’re looking for something to do. You want to make your bathroom (whether it’s your master bathroom or your powder room) better; more comfortable; more convenient; and more enjoyable. Here’s a look at six features you’ll want to include in your Naples Bathroom Remodel.
1. Elegant Super Shower
Over the past few years increasing numbers of homeowners have opted for larger, walk-in showers—often with multiple heads. The elegant shower you see here is a great example. There’s plenty of room, there’s a built-in bench for sitting, and there’s even a grab bar for safety.
2. Adequate Storage
In the same bathroom that you see above, we also installed cabinets that add a rich warmth to the room and provide plenty of storage for all the bathroom necessities you can imagine. Plus, the unusual open storage space for towels gives what could be boring storage space a special flair.
3. Space, Light, Views, and Privacy
There’s nothing particularly relaxing about a cramped and dark bathroom. The master bathroom in this Bonita Springs home has the answer to that. The custom radius glass shower enclosure ensures that plenty of light comes into the rest of the room. The shower space itself is roomy and open. And the tub allows for great views (or privacy if one cares to drop the shades).
Even if you don’t have great outdoor views to show off, you can still make your master bathroom light and bright and add a sense of style. This Gulf Shore bathroom is simple, elegant and packs a lot of impact. Notice the contrast between the dark counter tops and the white cabinets and sinks. Plus, there are added splashes of color (blue in this case) that add interest without overwhelming the room.
5. Counter Space and Dual Sinks
There is simply no substitute for having enough counter and sink space in your master bathroom. This is the place where you get ready for your day and the last place you visit before retiring at night. Who wants to fight over sink space at either of those times? This master bathroom in Pelican Landing shows one way to deal with that problem. Plus, the glassed-in shower creates more visual space to keep things from feeling crowded.
6. Give Your Guests a Treat
It’s not just the master bathroom that deserves attention. You’ll want to make your guests feel at home as well. This Bonita Bay guest bathroom is a great example of how to do that so that you provide your guests with a fresh look that exudes Florida vacation vibes. It’s simple, bright, and definitely has a Florida feel to it. There are casual hooks for wet towels. An aqua basket weave glass backsplash at the vanity adds fun and light-reflecting texture. This whole guest bathroom says relax and welcome to paradise.