Whether you decide on a wet room or a regular master bath design, ventilation is key to a highly functioning bathroom. Invest in a system that has at least one cubic foot of power per 60 seconds for each square foot of your master bath. A model that has low noise output is conducive to a relaxing bath experience. Good ventilation adequately removes odors and moisture from the air, giving your bath design longevity and providing a pleasant atmosphere.
8. High-End Toilets
The toilet is often taken for granted as a functional fixture of a bath design, but technology and design have taken this humble fixture to a futuristic standard. As with vanities, wall-hung toilets give a streamlined look to a bath design and open up floor space. In a master bath designed for two, you could create an enclosure around the toilet with clean, strong lines to make a statement while serving to add privacy. If space allows, you could even include a separate toilet compartment.
Smart toilets come in whatever style you choose and have many possibilities such as music, noise maskers, and illuminated bowls for nocturnal use. Toilets can have height-adjustable, heated seats, flush automatically, and spritz the room after use. It’s also possible to input your personal settings in a shower toilet or washlet, which cleanses at your preferred water temperature and pressure. Whether your master bath is shared or not, there is a toilet that suits your every need.