Why bathroom is the most important room in your house?

A Bathroom reflects the owner and their thinking

Other than obvious reasons, there’s more to the bathroom than we might give it credit for. The bathroom, quite frankly, is also probably the one room in the house that we take most for granted. Here is why we think that bathrooms are the most important aspect of your house. Leaving aside the fact that a fully functional and beautiful bathroom can greatly improve your home’s overall appeal and value, bathroom can also be the reason why you feel stressed or relaxed. Really!

Other than our bed, the bathroom is where we essentially begin and end each day. Often, what happens in the bathroom will set the tone for what will happen the rest of the day. Furthermore, did you know the average person will spend at least 1.5 years of their life, in the bathroom?

For many, their best ideas come to them in the shower. It’s that sacred space where you can also rehearse that big presentation you are giving later that day or even to prepare for your job interview. Bathrooms are an incredibly multifaceted room, which can offer many different types of accommodations, depending on the bathroom itself, and what exactly you need out of it. For example, a bathroom could be a place to get ready before an important event, but it could also be a place to relax after an important event. How many other rooms in your house can you give credit for in such a manner?

Your home is one of the places where you can showcase your personal style, and the bathroom is no exception. For some homeowners, this serves as their private oasis, and to heighten the experience one should choose elements and details that reflect their personality. For instance, some of our customers prefer a led rainfall shower head which gives them a peppy start to their evening, while others may prefer a stone or ceramic over the counter sink giving them more of a ‘spa feel’. Every person has different traits and characteristics. That’s what makes us unique. Shouldn’t your bathroom reflect that trait then? Shouldn’t your bathroom be a reflection of you?