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Styling Your Medium Master Bathroom
Fortunately, a medium master bathroom can host several styles, including some of the most popular. A contemporary bathroom is the most common style of the 1,091,335 bathrooms we analyzed, accounting for 29.51%, just ahead of a traditional bathroom at 26.97%. A medium bathroom can accommodate both styles well, as they do best with a bit of extra room to not feel cluttered.
The Shower and Bath in a Medium Master Bathroom
A medium-sized bathroom can often have enough space for you to place a full-size shower and bathtub separately, depending on how much other furniture you’d like to add. Consider if a walk-in shower or bathtub is more important to you and make that the central feature of your bathroom. A walk-in shower with large, glass doors can make a medium master bathroom feel even more open and is a common feature for bathrooms of this size. Hinged shower doors are the most popular of the bathrooms we studied, accounting for 58.96% of the 43,186 showers.
However, if having a spa-like bathtub is more important to you – such as a soaking tub or large corner tub – plan for it first and work your shower into the design with the space, you have left. If your bathroom doesn’t have quite enough room to add a corner tub without feeling cluttered, try an angled freestanding tub to open up more space.
Making the Most of Your Space
If you find that you have extra space in your medium bathroom, put it to good use with some functional elements. A desk and chair can be the perfect spot to store jewelry and makeup. A bench near the window can give the space a cozy vibe while providing a relaxing seating area.