Year after year, kitchens and bathrooms top the list of home remodeling projects for U.S. homeowners. Why do bathrooms get so much attention when it’s time to remodel? Part of the answer lies in the fact that your bathroom gets a whole lot of use. Your main (or master) bathroom is a room you use every single day. And your guest bathroom (or powder room) gets used every time guests come over. Here’s a post that looks a bit more in depth at why the bathrooms in your Naples-area home are so important.
There’s no need for bathrooms to be boring. What are some options for making either your master bathroom or your powder room much more than just utilitarian spaces? Here’s a look at 6 inspiring bathrooms for your Naples, Florida home that can take these very private rooms to a whole different level.
1. Modern Powder Room
If the rest of your home is modern in style, you might want to think along the lines of a sleek and chic powder room such as the one you see here. It’s simple, elegant, and makes the most out of a small space. Guests will feel fresh just walking into this space. And notice how a little touch of color keeps it from feeling too austere.
2. More Traditional Powder Room
If you prefer something a little more traditional, something along the lines of this powder room may be more your style. Creative vanities that use older or even antique pieces of furniture are very popular. And bringing in a colorful element above the wainscoting adds interest (you might have something other than fish in mind!). If you wanted, you might be able to recess a cabinet into the wall where you see the mirror here. That provides some additional storage without taking up floor space.
3. A Pelican Landing Master Bath
Here’s a look at a master bathroom we completed recently in Pelican Landing. You’ll notice that with separate sinks there is plenty of space for a couple to prepare for their day. There is also ample storage space between and beneath the sinks. The doorless, step-in shower is both beautiful and practical. There’s no stepping “up and over” to get into this spacious shower.
4. Spacious and Spa-like
Here’s a look at a bathroom we recently remodeled in Bonita Bay. It’s capitalizes on the light outside and in addition to a uniquely beautiful walk-in shower it also offers a soaking tub with a view. It’s spacious, light, warm, and inviting—whether you want to grab a quick shower and get on with your day or relax in the tub for a luxurious soak. Click here for additional photos of this elegant master bath.
5. Traditional Master Bath& Powder Room
If you’re interested in something a bit more traditional—with lots of character—the traditional master bathroom we built not long ago may be something you’d want to consider. You’ll notice that there is a makeup area between the tub and the walk-in shower. The shelving next to the shower can either be used to display artwork—or could be used for extra towel storage. The separate powder room also doubles as a guest bathroom with its own shower and uses an antique cabinet as the vanity. You can click here for a closer look at the three elements of this rich-feeling master bath.
6. Classic Master Bath
Sometimes simply classic style works the best. This classic master bath we recently completed is simple, fresh, and beautiful. The floor-to-ceiling cabinets (with crown moldings) offer plenty of storage space. The twin sinks provide plenty of space for two. This is a great option if you don’t want to devote too much space to your master bath, but still want to have enough space that you won’t feel crowded when you get ready for the day.