As glamorous bathroom become more desirable, their inclusion inside a home inevitably increases the value of the home. It was recently that the concept of an en suite bathroom to a master bedroom had been exceptional and decadent. Nowadays it's a requirement for many.
Conversely when viewing a prospective home to purchase, the sight of the dirty bathroom with stains under the taps and mold in the grout lines is really a real turn off. One nice trick that can be learned from the actual boutique hotel is the giant headboard. Where a bedroom is large enough to move the bed from the wall, it is be able to build a freestanding wall that can act as the headboard (frequently containing bespoke bedroom units with reading lights and recesses for books or perhaps a glass of water). In the space behind, fit a small ensuite bathroom, possibly having a walk in shower entered from one side and the closet and basin from the other.
Many older homes have large bedroom, often with great high ceiling, but most won't have an en suite bathroom as this was not a common feature of the day. By building a wall that can act as a headboard, an awesome shower room or bathroom could be accommodated elegantly in the room space. Sliding frosted glass door add privacy if that required.
The fundamental thing to get right once you have found your space is the arrangement of components in, bathroom don't have to be large (even though more space can certainly increase the sense of luxurious), but even if space is restricted it is vital to keep the actual lines simple and also to maximize the feeling of unity.
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