Over the past few years, we have seen dozens of en suite trends come and go. From large and intricate textured tiles to brilliantly colored cabinetry, en suites have always been a place of relaxation, beauty, and style. One of the more common trends we have seen over the past few years has been the adoption of larger, lavish showers instead of bathtubs. If you enjoy baths, they can be a great source of relaxation and peace, but if you are like millions of Americans, your bath has probably been sitting empty for months. If you want to make your en suite as functional as it is beautiful, few updates are more striking and noticeable in your daily life than a gorgeous big shower. If you are interested in updating your en suite, your guest bath, or your kitchen, contact the elite team here at Hantel Kitchens & Baths today. From initial design to the completed project, we will walk you through every step of the way and make sure you leave with the en suite of your dreams.
Getting Better use out of your En Suite
Whenever you are designing a space, you want to consider two main things: What aesthetic style do you gravitate towards, and how do you want your space to function. This space isn’t just going to sit on the front cover of a magazine, you are going to live in it day in and day out. Everything from your layout to the materials and technology that you use in your space will have a huge impact on how our space functions. For example, if you are planning on using natural stones in your flooring design and know that you oftentimes have cold feet in the morning, you might want to consider heated flooring to make your space as comfortable as possible. Making design choices that compliment your daily life will improve your everyday quality of life, improve your daily routine, and will make it much easier to notice the upgrades that you have chosen.
How Often do you use your Bathtub?
If you are redesigning your en suite, one of the most important questions to ask yourself is “Do I take enough baths to justify the use of all that space.” Most Americans barely use their bathtubs for anything besides showering. Statistically, Americans take six showers every week, making your shower one of your most important retreats from daily life. The reality is that most of us are connected to our computers, phones, televisions, and technology, and one of the only places we get away from those distractions is in the shower.
Your shower isn’t just a personal retreat. If you are thinking about reselling your house at any point, 65% of new homebuyers say that they prefer a bigger shower to a traditional bath. You can easily improve your home’s value while improving your daily life by creating a bigger footprint for your shower in your en suite.
If you are interested in learning more about how you can easily transform your bathroom or kitchen into the space of your dreams, contact the team here at Hantel Kitchens & Baths today. From start to finish, our expert design and installation teams will help you get the space of your dreams.