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A small affordable project is a redesign of your master bathroom. Any changes you make are guaranteed to make a difference in your daily routine.

If space is an issue in your master bath, consider expanding it in any direction possible. Extra square footage will open up your cramped bathroom and increase the possibilities. Taking out a wall and replacing it with a window allows natural light to come in and creates a more open feel.

Choosing the right window treatment is important since you want sunlight to come in but at the same time you’ll need something that gives you privacy. If windows aren't an option, skylights can be used.

Since most people have many hygiene products, increase your storage space. Add cabinets, drawers, shelves or even carts to store all of these necessary items. Cabinets that have molding and glass fronts increase the appeal of the bathroom by giving it more character. Decorative knobs and pulls can add to this appeal. Replace fixtures as another option. The goal is to make your master bathroom a place that welcomes you morning and night with its warm atmosphere.

Along those lines, adding a comfortable chair gives the room a luxurious touch. Being able to take a break and sit down after a relaxing bath is nice. Use soft, natural colors in your bathroom. By using natural colors overall, bright accessories, such as towels, curtains, vases, can be used to liven up the room without clashing with existing décor. Fill the room with scented candles, plants, flowers and art. All of these extras help beautify your bathroom.

Ceramic tile is a rich choice for flooring. Again, use a natural tone such as ivory or taupe. This will keep the bathroom light. If you think ceramic tile will be cold to walk on in the winter, radiant floor heating provides heat from below your floor, keeping your tiles, feet and the rest of your room very warm. If installing a new heating system isn’t within your budget, strategically place throw rugs in the areas where most needed.

Have fun with your master bath redesign and since this is your indulgence and a place to retreat, throw caution to the wind!

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