There’s no doubt that a walk-in bathtub is a safe bathroom solution. It’s perfect for seniors who are looking to age gracefully inside their own homes, but it is also a good solution for younger people with mobility issues. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean walk-in bathtubs are known for being stylish.
At Home Concepts Custom Remodeling, we want to change all that.
Walk-in tubs can be just as gorgeous as more traditional tubs and showers. You just have to look for ways to modernize your tub, and you can create a stylish, spa-like space that becomes the envy of the neighborhood.
Choose a Timeless Color and Pattern
If you remember when those pink tubs were big, you probably also remember how quickly they went out of style. If you want to improve the look of your bathroom, make sure you choose neutral colors and timeless patterns.
You can never go wrong when you choose a white or off-white tub. Natural materials are popular and timeless, but that doesn’t mean you have to pay a fortune for marble or granite in the bathroom. Acrylic bathroom products can mimic the look of stone, all without the maintenance and upkeep.
Choose the Right Accessories
The accessories you choose for your bathroom remodeling project are just as important as the tub itself. Choosing the right ones can make your space look modern and fresh.
For example, if you don’t like the look of a traditional walk-in tub, or you don’t want the expense of having one installed, consider an insert for your existing tub. It will transform it into a walk-in tub, but it won’t compromise the look of your current bathroom.
Luxury shower heads can transform your bathing experience, but they can also elevate the look of your space. Built-in shower caddies always make a bathroom look better than temporary tub fixtures that are suction-cupped to the wall.
Seeing really is believing. If you’re wondering exactly how you can make a walk-in tub look better in your bathroom, contact Home Concepts Custom Remodeling. We’d be happy to tell you more about all of your design options.
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