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Master Bath Trends

We need to remodel our master bathroom. It currently has a garden tub (which we never use) and a walk-in shower. We are thinking about removing the tub and leaving the rough-ins under the slab and taking the money and creating a super nice spa-like shower. Is this a good move in our area? We are not planning on selling this home for atleast 10 or more years.
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If you're not going to sell for another 10 years, I wouldn't worry about how any of it plays into it cause it's going to be a old bathroom by then.
Trends, what is dated, design changes, what's modern, new will all have changed by then.
Unless it is a historical type home then it needs to stay in a way that's doesn't upset the integrity of the house.

As for the garden tub...well soakers are in but a over sized garden tub would be dated.
Removing the tub completely and having only a shower in a master wouldn't add to resell, it would take away from it no matter where you are located.

You can still have a nice shower cut against the tub area and separated by glass . The shower doesn't have to be bigger than life cause you still have the visual of the area where the tub is located.
Both areas would look great and feel open.

It would be best to have a great design with quality materials of all components.
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