Master bathrooms can be traditional or contemporary in style, spacious or petite in size and everything in between. But a common denominator of many is that they feel like a luxurious spa.
In fact, for many designers, including Trudy Voigt, descriptions like ‘oasis,’ ‘retreat’ and ‘escape’ are often the rst words they hear when clients discuss the environment they want for their master bathrooms.
“We don’t really do any master bath projects that aren’t relaxing or spa-like,” says the kitchen/bath designer at Tribute Kitchen & Bath, in Plano, TX. “Whether it’s a busy mother with three kids, a professional entrepreneur or anyone in between, everyone wants to be able to close the door and take a deep breath.”
“Given today’s fast-paced world, where work and home
life demands can be overwhelming, our clients continue to desire a personal, private space where they can relax and nd respite,” agrees Emily Castle, ASID, Castle Design, in Clayton, MO. “For that reason, spa-style baths are as popular as ever.”
“People want more specialized bathrooms,” adds Kathy Lyle, principal designer, Interior Trends Remodel & Design. She and Kathy Nieto, principal builder, own the Tucson,
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