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Written by Mark March, Plumbing Products Manager, Visionary Baths and More
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We live in a fast paced world and it is challenging to keep up with all the trends. We want the comforts of home, yet we do not want to compromise our fashion forwardness. Consider some of the trends that improve your lifestyle in the master bath or powder room.

Freestanding Tubs – One of the biggest trends that we see is the addition of freestanding tubs in the master bath. These tubs add style and functionality while staying on budget. Spice things up with different shapes, sizes and color to fit many areas.
Floating Vanities – Floating vanities mount easily on the wall instead of resting on the floor. The floating feature provides more room visually and can make smaller spaces feel larger. Some feature electrical outlets that make the use and storage of hair dryers safe and clean.
Mirrors – Now with integrated soft lighting; and anti-fogging,
music and video capabilities, mirrors offer great conveniences to the bathing area. Large mirrors that span walls give the appearance of depth to a room.
Storage – Creative storage designs actually save space – not take
up more room. Consider going vertical with cabinetry.
Showering and Wet Rooms – The bathroom can be your in-house spa with luxurious shower systems and combined spaces. Many people are tearing out their old standard tub for wet rooms where much of the space is tiled or stone to make the actual showering space more prevalent.

Be it a simple update to your powder room or an elaborate modification to your master bath, consult with industry experts. It all starts with a plan and a budget

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