According to interior designers and homeowners, more and more people enjoy the comfort of their bathrooms. Actually, the bathroom is now considered to be the most private part of our homes that's why when we did a survey on which part of the house do they feel comfortable and relaxed, the majority answered the bathroom. This is why there's been a trend in home improvement nowadays and it's the residential bathroom remodeling. Having a residential bathroom remodeling has become a trend to homeowners because they need to keep up with the latest designs and bathroom styles. Homeowners who go through a residential bathroom remodeling chooses the latest designs with bathroom fixtures, big tubs, making the bathroom appear like you can practically sleep in it.
There's a difference between having a commercial bathroom remodel and a residential bathroom remodeling. A residential bathroom remodeling can be personalized and homey, unlike with a commercial bathroom remodeling where in you must restrain the touch of homeyness and comfort when you're inside. A lot of homeowners who went through a bathroom remodel in the recent years preferred to have a minimal and clean look in the bathroom, unlike the bathroom designs before where it still looks okay if there is a clutter in your bathroom and can somewhat be considered as part of the design. Everyone wants to achieve the perfect bathroom remodel design that would make them want to spend more hours in the bathroom rather than in the kitchen.
People who have been wrapped up in a day's work, suffocated by the humdrum of the city life and stressed out by the various financial, psychological, emotional problems and other emotional baggage they carry will usually want to go straight to their bathroom, strip off and soak in a soothing lavender or chamomile or whatever scent will relax them. There is nothing more relaxing than to look forward to an hour or two of soaking in a Japanese inspired bathroom, lit by scented candles and listening to a relaxing music. Just the thought of this activity would make anyone beat a red light or rush in the long line of passengers waiting for the train to arrive and take them home to their comfort zones, and this is the place we call bathrooms, which provides us peace, serenity, calmness and seclusion from the noisy and polluted atmosphere outside our homes.