With each new home remodeling project homeowners are paying more attention to quality and design aesthetics with a bent towards luxury. The master bath is no exception. With that said, this article gives me an opportunity to feature Atlanta Home & Lifestyle’s 2016 Bath of the Year that showcases bath trends in an eloquent, sophisticated and serene way.
According to Houzz, the average spend on master bathroom remodels grew 12% with homeowners spending on average $25,600 for a larger room and $12,000 for a smaller room. Expect to pay more when a professional remodeler is involved.
Not surprisingly, outdated design, style, finishes, small showers, storage and flooring in the bath are key issues and motivators for tackling the renovation.
The desire to replace bathroom faucets and fixtures top the list of priorities aesthetically while wall color and texture round out the desired finished look of your bath.
Showers are being enlarged by removing tubs or opting for a smaller soaking tub to accommodate a larger walk-in shower.
Overall, the desire to personalize your home to reflect your style and vision lies beneath every remodeling project. Whether its your kitchen, bath or family room that needs updating your dollars spent will provide years of enjoyment and return on your investment.
Stay inspired and informed!
For more trend information please visit 2016 Houzz & Home Survey.
To view entire project information please visit Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle’s 2016 Bath of the Year Contest.