Luxury Bathroom Upgrades

Dated: August 9 2018

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Looking to upgrade your bathroom?  These features go above and beyond to create pure luxury.  Here are the top luxury features to inspire your next remodel:


1. Walk-in Rain Shower:  Turn your shower into an oasis with a rain shower!  Adding shower heads throughout and creating a walk-in space and you've created a true in home spa.

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2.  A luxury bowl tub: Relax in style with this tub!  You'll feel so relaxed you won't even need the view!  Add a rain shower above and you have the total package.

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3.  A glass tub:  Take a new and modern twist and upgrade your bathroom with a glass tub!  

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4.  Marble:  For true luxury, marble flooring in the bathroom adds that extra high end touch.

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5.  A shower/steam room combo:  It doesn't get any closer to having a spa in your home!  Relax in a steam room that converts to a shower.

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Laura Kate Perez

Born and raised in Maryland, Laura Kate Perez is very familiar with Frederick and the surrounding counties. Laura Kate holds a Psychology degree from Towson State University, and has worked with local....

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