When it comes to designing a master bathroom, experts say it's important to remember that the space will most often be used by two people. According to Better Homes & Gardens, "efficiency is just as important as comfort," especially in these spaces.
Many people choose to install a double bathroom vanity to maximize storage and give each person their own space for getting ready. No matter what type of style your bathroom is, there will be a double vanity available to complement your décor. When space is available, some choose to install two single vanities or two pedestal sinks separated by shelves or a cabinet to add additional storage.
Better Homes & Gardens reports that many master bathroom renovations often include installing a dedicated water closet to house the toilet and provide privacy. Those who don't have enough room for this type of change may consider installing a partial wall to block the toilet from view.
Individuals planning a master bathroom makeover don't have to sacrifice luxury, either. Many steam showers and shower panels are available to be programmed for two separate users. And some people choose to install a larger shower - big enough for two people - rather than a bathtub.