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One of the absolute best ways to increase the beauty, functionality, and value of your home is to pick one area and invest in a dynamic and elegant remodel.

A worthy and popular option is to tackle the master bathroom since it can serve as a comfortable haven and an oasis of relaxation right in your own home.

Because of the often limited amount of space in most bathrooms, it is imperative that every inch be used wisely, with very little area wasted. Meticulous measurements will ensure each fixture, upgrade, and detail is able to work comfortably together without appearing crowded and messy. The perk of your bathroom remodel is the chance to build a space that adheres to your needs for functionality while complementing your unique style and preference.

One of the absolute best ways to increase the beauty, functionality, and value of your home is to pick one area and invest in a dynamic and elegant remodel. A worthy and popular option is to tackle the master bathroom since it can serve as a comfortable haven and an oasis of relaxation right in your own home.

Read on to learn more about some key measurements for your bath and how to customize them to make your dream room come alive.

Tub: Standard tubs measure 60 inches, however if you have a smaller space, shorter bathtubs are becoming increasingly popular. Plan and measure carefully for your tub first, as along with the vanity, this is typically one of the biggest items in the room.

Toilet: At minimum, toilets need a 30-inch wide clearance between the edge of the unit and the facing wall. Paying close attention to this measurement will ensure you and your guests will have ample comfort and privacy.

Shower: Consider the look you want to achieve in your new bathroom. Do you want a standing only shower or one connected to an apron front tub? Are you envisioning opening up the room with a glass door, or would you prefer to close off the area with a decorative shower curtain? No matter which way you lean, careful measurements will determine the best use of space.

Single Sink: For single sinks, shoot for 30 to 48 inches in width, according to preference. Simply increase the measurement as needed if you prefer more counter space. Counter heights also vary according to need and preference, but placing the sink 35 inches off the floor is a good average.

Double Sink: Double sinks are increasingly popular, and a luxury that has almost turned into a necessity for those who share a bathroom. Measure two-sink countertops at anywhere from 60 to 72 inches to get maximum comfort and ease of use.

Our friendly and experienced team would love to help you reach your bathroom renovation goals! Contact us for more information and a free quote.

Tub:

Standard tubs measure 60 inches, however if you have a smaller space, shorter bathtubs are becoming increasingly popular. Plan and measure carefully for your tub first, as along with the vanity, this is typically one of the biggest items in the room.

Toilet:

At minimum, toilets need a 30-inch wide clearance between the edge of the unit and the facing wall. Paying close attention to this measurement will ensure you and your guests will have ample comfort and privacy.

Shower:

Consider the look you want to achieve in your new bathroom. Do you want a standing only shower or one connected to an apron front tub? Are you envisioning opening up the room with a glass door, or would you prefer to close off the area with a decorative shower curtain? No matter which way you lean, careful measurements will determine the best use of space.

Single Sink:

For single sinks, shoot for 30 to 48 inches in width, according to preference. Simply increase the measurement as needed if you prefer more counter space. Counter heights also vary according to need and preference, but placing the sink 35 inches off the floor is a good average.

Double Sink:

Double sinks are increasingly popular, and a luxury that has almost turned into a necessity for those who share a bathroom. Measure two-sink countertops at anywhere from 60 to 72 inches to get maximum comfort and ease of use.

Our friendly and experienced team would love to help you reach your bathroom renovation goals! Contact us for more information and a free quote.