3 Things to Consider for the Primary Bathroom

Submitted by Capstone Homes on Sat, 10/10/2020 - 8:00am
Capstone Custom Homes - Bathrooms

The master bathroom is one of the most-used parts of the house — so it’s only natural that it should get a lot of consideration during the design phase. But there’s more to a great bathroom than picking a trendy vanity. Here are some important elements to consider.

Walk-in Tiled Shower

Walk-in showers are an increasingly popular option for master bathrooms, and our craftsmen are well equipped to bring any tile design to life.
The walk-in shower can be further enhanced with features like multiple shower heads, LED lighting, or anything else you might need to create a luxurious shower experience.

Plenty of Power (Outlets & Charging)

You probably need more outlets in the bathroom than you might expect! After all, blow dryers, electric toothbrushes, and other accessories need a power source. Keep in mind that nowadays, more and more items are powered by USB. Depending on your technology needs, you may want to install specialty USB charging outlets. Our team can talk about what tech might be needed for your buildout and help you make the right selections.

Lighting and Ventilation

Having adequate lighting will help a bathroom feel larger and more inviting, while quality ventilation will remove excess moisture and prevent mildew buildup. Of course, a bathroom fan is also a must for removing moist, humid air. We’ll discuss which lighting and ventilation needs work best for your space.

By accounting for these bathroom basics, your bathroom will have all the functionality you need. These features may not always seem the most luxurious, but by helping you avoid common problems, your bathroom will be ready to go.