Today’s master bath suites have it all


Posted on December 29th, by Insignia in Bath, Press, Remodeling.

This Asian-inspired master bath suite was designed by Insignia Kitchen and Bath for Bill and Laura Frey of Inverness. A free-standing tub with access to natural lighting is conveniently located between a makeup vanity on the right and a walk-in shower area with a sliding door to the left.

This Asian-inspired master bath suite was designed by Insignia Kitchen and Bath for Bill and Laura Frey of Inverness. A free-standing tub with access to natural lighting is conveniently located between a makeup vanity on the right and a walk-in shower area with a sliding door to the left.

THE DAILY HERALD:
One of the most desired rooms in newly built homes and in additions to existing homes is the master bath suite… Terry Kenney, president of the Chicago-Midwest Chapter of the National Kitchen and Bath Association, believes the master bath suite is a necessity for busy couples.

A master bath suite is a blessing for couples who have diverse schedules. Early risers can get ready for their day without interrupting the sleep of the other person. For couples that have identical schedules, having the benefit of the organized space makes the morning routine go smoothly. Walk-in closets, organizers for shoes and accessories, dual sinks and medicine cabinets, Bluetooth speakers in shower heads and silent exhaust fans are just a few items that enhance a master bath suite. If the space is large enough, it is common to include furniture such as armoires and highboy dressers, or wall-mounted cabinetry. The advantage is the master bedroom is opened up because there is no large furniture to take up valuable floor space.
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