Ultimate Master Bath

Take a peek inside this master bathroom that's more than just a pretty face. Its smart design incorporates features that pamper and showcases the latest in home tech.

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Walk-In Shower Ideas

Find ideas to create a gorgeous walk-in shower in your bathroom.

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Easy Vanity Upgrades

Turn a plain-Jane vanity into a custom creation with a few eye-catching add-ons.

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Low-Cost Updates

Wake up a tired bathroom with these quick and easy bathroom updates that won't break the bank.

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Budget Bath Makeover

Small cosmetic changes allowed this compact master bath to be refreshed for $800, and it was all thanks to the details. See how tiny tweaks add up to a chic new look, and check out the budget breakdown to see how it was done!

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Pretty Pastel Baths

Create a calming atmosphere in your bathroom with marvelously muted wall color. These pastel bathrooms pack plenty of panache worth copying in your powder room or master bath.

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Design a Child-Safe Bath

Protect your child against potential dangers in the bathroom with these guidelines.

  • Avoid slippery, high-gloss flooring finishes. Instead, choose a nonslip floor such as ceramic tile with a matte finish.
  • Keep washcloths and toys tubside so you won't be tempted to leave your child unattended in the bath.
  • Provide a cushion around the tub spout, as well as edge and corner cushions on cabinets, to prevent cuts and bruises.
  • Install childproof locks on all cabinets. Even the toilet lid should have a latch.
  • Use only nonbreakable drinking tumblers in a bathroom. Store them where kids can reach them easily.
  • Add slip-resistant strips in front of the sink and tub. Anchor area rugs with nonslip pads or double-faced carpet tape.
  • Block all electrical outlets with safety covers or plugs. The outlets, as in all baths, should be ground fault circuit interrupter outlets.
  • Make sure grab bars inside the bathtub and shower stall are low enough for children to use.
  • Choose faucets and handles that are easy to use and have rounded edges.
  • Locate towel bars or rings 6 inches or less from entrances to a tub or shower so children don't have to reach too far for them.

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