In Design Tips & Tricks by Adam Jensen / March 5, 2019
Tags: basement, spa
The basement is often the most overlooked area in a home. They are usually dark, dingy, and used for nothing more than storage. But the basement area of a home is valuable space.
It should be utilized as part of the house to add to the value and beauty of the home. People have begun seeing the merit in incorporating the wasted space of their basement into the living space of their home. Of course, the idea of making the basement into a game room or extra bedroom has been done.
But today’s savvy homeowner is reaching for a more luxurious use and turning their basements into bathroom spas.
When designing a bathroom spa, the creative use of tile and texture is important. Tile comes in a variety of colors and designs which will begin the transformation. The use of stone, glass and modern sinks or vessels will give the look and feel of elegance at a surprisingly affordable price.
It is important to work with a professional who has the skill and experience to bring your ideas to life.
Many homeowners opt to skip the sauna, thinking it will take up too much space. The fact is, a sauna uses roughly the same amount of space as a freestanding tub. The basement area usually has ample space for the sauna, walk-in shower, freestanding tub, and vanity. Many times it is not the amount of space, but the layout of the bathroom spa that matters.
The floating vanity in this bathroom creates a unique look for this basement bathroom.
Below are some tips from interior designers to consider for making your bathroom spa, the spa of your dreams:
Extra features will enhance your bathroom spa and your experience. Here are a few things that are worth your consideration:
Speak with your professional contractor today and let them show you what they can do with the wasted space of your basement.
You will be glad you did.
Looking for an estimate on your basement? Give us a call, one of our experienced Basement Specialists would be glad to go over your project. We work out of Novi, Macomb, Shelby Township, and surrounding areas.
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