by Moss Building and Design
To trend or not to trend, that is the question.
Trends in home remodeling mean a lot to some homeowners and very little to others. This tracks right along with the way some homeowners consider the impact on resale value with every home-related decision they make, while other people do what suits their personal style with little regard to future owners. The current trend of removing the bathtub from the master bath touches both of these issues.
Traditionally, homes in the US have a tub and shower in the master bath which are typically located side by side. Today, many consumers are separating the tub and shower and some choose to eliminate the master tub altogether, particularly when there is at least one other bathtub in the home.
Eliminating the tub provides lots of newfound space which is tough to come by in a bathroom remodel that has to remain within the existing footprint. This master bathroom renovation in Vienna, VA, illustrates just that. The once non-descript bathroom is now a showstopper complete with large shower, bench, beautiful tile, oversized vanity and linen closet. These features mean so much more to the homeowner than the bathtub she never used.
If more storage space is what you’re after, removing the master tub might be your answer. In this bathroom remodel in Fairfax Station, VA the homeowners did away with their tub because they didn’t used it regularly. With the extra space seen below, we were able to create a marriage of style and functionality.
If you love long soaks in a bubble bath, this remodeling trend is one to let pass. However, if the family dog is the only one getting a bath in the master tub, perhaps it’s time to consider the many other ways you could be using that prime real estate.
If this is something you are considering or if you have other remodeling needs, call us at 703.961.7707 or email us at Sales@MossBuildingandDesign.com and we’ll be happy to set up a free estimate to talk about your home improvement needs. We not only work in kitchen and bathroom remodeling, but also specialize in additions and basement remodeling. Additionally, Moss Home Services can provide you excellent service in handyman services, plumbing, electrical, tile, roofing and siding, and structural work. Moss is your one stop shop for all your home improvement needs. Nothing is too large…or too small!
This is a sponsored post by Moss Building & Design. We were compensated for sharing this information. All opinions are our own.
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