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Finding your dream home can be quite a challenge. You’ll have to decide on things like the perfect location, landscaping, building style, floorplan, and fixtures. Getting everything exactly the way you want it can be nearly impossible if you’re trying to find a pre-built house. This is particularly true when it comes to the master bathroom. You want your master bathroom to be a luxury room where you can unwind at the end of the day. However, many homes don’t give the master bath space or the amenities it deserves. The answer? Go with a custom home. Building a custom home is the ideal way to get exactly what you want your master bathroom with the added benefit of not needing to sacrifice anything on your wants list.

Here are just 4 of the ways you can give your master bathroom a more luxury feel when you build custom.

Separate Tub and Shower Spaces

If you want to instantly upgrade the look of your master bathroom, having a separate tub and shower space is a great way to go. This type of setup typically means you can have a larger tub for when you just need to relax and unwind after a long hard day of work. A stand-alone shower can also have a much sleeker look without being attached to a tub.

Upscale Tile and Countertop Finishes

Upscale countertops and high-quality tiling not only look luxurious, but they are also practical. The master bathroom is one of the most humid rooms in your house. If your bathroom uses linoleum tiling or countertops, after a while they will start to degrade and peel away. Granite countertops and stone tiling, on the other hand, can withstand the high humidity, and also look great.

Install a Soaker/Jacuzzi Tub

If you want a truly luxurious master bathroom experience, install a soaker/jacuzzi tub. Soaker/jacuzzi tubs are deep so you can fully submerge and have jets to provide a comfortable massage and fun bubbles while you relax.

Put in a Rainfall Shower

Another cool and easy way to improve the look of your master bathroom is to install a rainfall shower. You can either do this during the initial build by having the builder and plumber work together to set up shower heads in the ceiling that emulate rainfall, or you can install a shower head that does the same thing. While installing a showerhead after the fact won’t look as natural, it is still a good way to get the look and feel of a rainfall shower.

Looking for a custom home builder in Upstate South Carolina? Five Star Construction, a locally owned family business based in Simpsonville, SC, has been building custom homes in the Upstate for decades, and we’d like to put our experience to use in helping you. Give us a call or contact us online today to see how we can turn your dream of the perfect home into a reality.

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