The Zillow Room Estimate is based on a proprietary formula that analyzes elements such as size, materials, finish level, and labor rate based on the home's region (or regional labor rates), to estimate the cost of installing a similar room.
The master bathroom is usually the largest bathroom in the house and typically contains more high-end features than other bathrooms in the home. In previous years, master bathrooms were outfitted with jetted tubs, but in recent years, rain showers or showers with multiple showerheads are more of an appeal.
Plan out the bathroom to flow from the master bedroom, incorporating many of the same colors or styles. Like any other bathroom, you'll also want to heavily consider functionality in your design - especially when it comes to materials. For instance, in choosing a backsplash or countertop material, determine whether it holds up to water well.
In many master bathrooms, aging in place is also a consideration. Curbless or wet rooms, where the shower is incorporated right into the room, is an ideal option for easy access and is also a luxury option for many homes.
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