“Should We Get Rid of the Bathtub or Keep it?”

 This is one of the big questions homeowners ask us when remodeling their master bathrooms. We have found that one bathtub in the home (usually located in the hall bath) is sufficient for resale. Some homeowners want to get rid of the large garden tub and replace it with a smaller slipper tub. Often a larger walk-in shower (no door or frameless) is the goal by removing the existing tub. Whether including a tub or not, Wood Wise designers can suggest the best configuration of your space and help achieve the fresh new look you are wanting.

This homeowner chose a large frameless shower with half wall for his good-looking master bathroom.

This homeowner chose a large frameless shower with half wall and no tub for his good-looking master bathroom.

The large tub was removed.

The large tub was removed and the space turned into a window seat with storage.

These homeowners chose a slipper tub along with a large walk-in shower.

These homeowners chose a slipper tub along with a large walk-in shower.

The existing large garden tub was removed in this redesigned master bathroom.

The existing large garden tub was removed in this redesigned master bathroom.