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Elevating Your Primary Bathroom

By Paul Bielinski, CEO & VP

You may not give much thought to your bathrooms. But you should. The primary bathroom is a sanctuary — an oasis where you can focus on “me time.”

So, why not make the most out of the primary bath by luxurizing it?

Upgrade to Suit You

There’s almost nothing you can’t personalize in your primary bathroom. It all comes down to personal preference.

A standard bath has a single vanity, a toilet, a shower, and one linen closet all in one room. However, one luxury decision you could make is picking a floor plan with a water closet room — a separate room for the toilet. This feature is great when you have two occupants since it allows simultaneous use.

But, maybe you’re more interested in storage space. How much holding room a bathroom has can really impact how much you enjoy your space. Picking a plan with dual linen cabinets not only helps compartmentalize clutter, but also gives your bathroom a polished look, leaving you the surface space for your daily pampering.

For anyone who wants that rich wooden look — without the potential water damage — Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) flooring is a perfect choice. It has all the look of real wood, with all the benefits of vinyl flooring. Its water-resistant nature makes it more durable for everyday use.

Beauty in the Details

Maybe you’re more interested in having a relaxing place to bathe. Optimizing your primary bathroom can start with deciding between a bathtub and a shower — or including both.

Both are great ways to create a calming atmosphere. It’s all about personal taste.

You can personalize your space with a lavish shower. Upgrading the showerhead, the shower door, or refreshing the tiling to a modern style can renew your primary bathroom into a spa-like haven.

By getting creative with the tiling pattern or using more than one color of tile, you bring a bit of yourself into your home. It makes your home more expressive.

Or, if you like to recline, read, and relax after a long day, you could benefit from a bathtub. They even come in a variety of installation and style options.

Fixtures can really polish off a room, too. Have you ever given much thought to your toilet? Upgrades like picking a comfort-height model or choosing an elongated bowl over a round one not only elevate the look of your bathroom, but they elevate the comfort as well.

From shower door thickness and tile selections to comfort-height toilets, every element plays a part in enhancing your bathroom.

Convenience is Key

If you’re looking for a luxurious feature that is equally as convenient, you can’t go wrong with a dual vanity. With two of everything — mirrors, sinks, and cabinet space — you don’t have to worry about overlapping morning routines.

And, you and your partner can keep your messes separate

It’s All About You

At the end of the day, this is your home. So, think about what you need and what fits your budget.

Maybe your favorite part of the day is relaxing in the tub with a glass of wine. Or it could be the way mornings run smoother with a dual vanity. Living in luxury looks different for everyone.

Get creative with your primary bath, and start building your dream home today.

Paul Bielinski - CEO & VP

About the author

As a Bielinski, Paul has been surrounded by construction since he was born. After cutting his teeth on the East Coast, Paul returned to the family business in 2001. Now, as CEO & VP, he is looking forward and blazing a trail towards the future of building homes. He strives to continue pushing eco-friendly building techniques, embracing the latest technologies, and creating floor plans designed for modern life.

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