When remodeling a master bathroom, you have a thousand little decisions to make. It can be challenging to determine which features to include; and if you start looking for ideas online, it can be overwhelming. At Virginia Restoration Services, our team has completed its fair share of bathroom remodels. Here are a few features we think you should consider.
1. A Custom Walk-In Shower
When updating your master bathroom, the first thing to say goodbye to is your old porcelain tub from the 1950s. By replacing your tub with a custom walk-in shower, you not only get a modern look, you also get convenience and added safety. Plus, you can get a number of features that you just can’t have with a traditional bathtub. You’ll be able to choose frameless glass showers, safety additions, rain shower heads, and more.
2. Storage Space
In all our years of bathroom remodeling, we’ve yet to hear someone say, “I have too much storage space in my bathroom.” There’s likely a lot that you want to store in your bathroom area, so let us help you design a custom space for it. From closets to a dual bathroom vanity to shelving, we can help make the most of your space so that you have a spot for everything.
3. Dual Vanity
Whether you share a bathroom or not, a dual vanity is a good investment in a master bathroom. Not only will you have more space for all of your things, but if you ever decide to sell, your home will be more marketable to potential buyers. For added value, top your vanity with a stone countertop. But if that seems out of reach, our team can help you brainstorm ways (like granite tiles or countertop refinishing) that can help you get the stone look at a more affordable rate.
These three bathroom features are just a few on an endless list of changes you can make in your master bath. To get started on your bathroom remodel, contact our team at Virginia Restoration Services today at (804) 220-5185. We offer bathroom remodeling, bathtub refinishing, and other home-improvement services to homeowners throughout the Washington, D.C., Richmond, VA, and Fredericksburg, VA, areas.