I’m using the latest version of InLinkz and I wonder if it’s creating issues with your browser. ... Bathroom Design Software. Thanks! I think it will be a short lived fad. I would ditch the tub and get a large walk in shower with frameless glass doors. The remodel (and the addition of an entire downstairs) took place 17 years ago and one of the reasons for no tubs upstairs is that we have a water issue in this state and 2-3 minute showers are the norm. Great post! We took out the tub all together and just installed a larger shower. In my opinion a total waste of space. I love my house! Quite a few years ago, the second bath was the object of a mini-makeover (Of course it was mini, given the size of the room.) Total waste of space! It’s all about resale for us so we wanted to make the right decision. Also, you may want to try a different browser. Not sure if it has to do completely with overall size of shower space, or direction of spray, and/or pitch of floor. The water also gets cold really fast, so unless you keep adding more hot water every five minutes, you can’t soak very long. After working hard in the garden, there’s just nothing as relaxing as a good soak in the tub for me. And we all know that what is trendy today is not tomorrow. We have two other baths that have tubs so there are tubs in the house. I don’t care what the trend is, I just like the big shower. You talk about “trends” but here in California, when we remodeled this home, we did not put a tub, or tub shower in either of our upstairs bathrooms. Yes! As for shower doors, I can feel a definite drop in temperature when I open our shower door. More options. Rosie. People will be people. Someone mentioned the open shelf trend. Other restrictions may apply. The plumbing remains in the walls, though, for when we go to sell. No one wants to click a link expecting a Before and After, only to find a spam link to an online business/store. We are getting older and shorter, so we went with a shower where the tub was. You will not regret it. Interestingly, I haven’t taken a bath since we redid the bathrooms. In this case, removing the tub made room for a larger shower space featuring a frameless glass, and a bench with in the shower. I was the one that convinced my husband and builder to eliminate the tub in the master bathroom and am glad that we did. I woul opt for a door, it is a lot warmer than without. And besides… I would never clean myself in a tub. To me, a soak in the tub is a soak in, um, one’s waste water. Good luck next time you get poison ivy and need to soak to stop the itching with no tub. I had the tub installed on an inside wall and it is much warmer. I have always been a shower person but over the last 5 or 6 years I have enjoyed soaking in a deep bath. They are not actual soaking tubs, but they work. You can even get them on a timer so the floor is already toasty when you walk in. In some, you sit on a shelf that also serves as a step, rather than recline, so they’re easier to get in and out of. I too, shy away from design trends (my background is in architectural history and preservation) and go for classic. Tubs are for relaxing, meditating, and reading. When I want a “new look” I just change the curtain and towels. I think a home of your size a tub in the master probably feels like a bit of a luxury, but to be honest there is nothing more impressive than a nice big shower. Hello Susan, You make me want to get busy and renovate my master bath now so I can start enjoying those long, relaxing soaks. We are about to finalize our bath reno plans, and have no doors planned (other than a partial wall for plumbing so the spray will go diagonally into a 5′ square). I am adding that to my list. It doesn’t have to be humongous – just deep! And of course it will look better. Twenty-six years ago when we built our new home, we opted for a very large walk in shower (with two seats) instead of a soaker tub and shower. I had an operation where I had to soak in the tub every night. Also like the idea of two sinks unless that meant no counter space for make up. It is BEAUTIFUL and wonderful to lay back in and soak. I am a constant gardener but kneeling and squatting are not easy any more. The shower has a seat and multiple shower heads. Now that will make for a great soak without “leaking water”! Is there a tub in another bathroom? Not a trend, but a practicality. We have both a heated floor and heated towel racks and I wholeheartedly recommend the heated floors at a minimum when you remodel! We have tubs in the other baths but no one, including our guests, have used anything but the showers. We have a full size tub in the second full bath for anyone who would want to take a bath. We don’t have doors anymore, we use a liner and a shower curtain. I just knew that I’ve been in my house for 13 years and except for bathing my dogs in the tub, the tub in the master bath has not been used in at least 10 years. When we built our home at the beach a couple of years ago, our architect wanted us to have a tub and a shower in our fairly small master bathroom. After all, how many times have you actually used a guest bath when visiting someone or one of your guests used a tub unless of course the guest is a child? Don't Build Around a Window. Bath number 3 is in the in-law suite, we kept the shower/tub combo. I am so over cleaning it! And I’m thinking, what are they nuts? We don’t use the jetted tub and are thinking of having it taken out and enlarge the shower to include a seat and more storage in there. In our new house, the large guest bathroom does not have a tub but has a pretty amazing shower. Sometimes just a ten minute soak makes you feel better. You will probably feel more comfortable. Several years ago, I did change my very pretty glass door on our shower to a shower curtain and liner as I was so tired of trying to keep that glass clean. If I told him we needed to replace them, he really would think I’d lost my mind!! I’m with you. Basically it’s your call. It’s so nice and a great use of space. We love the heated floors too. I think it is totally individual. If we do that or ever build a new house, we’ll have a no-threshold, wheel-in shower for our later years….Keep in mind, whatever you build, someone has to clean it. Secondly, for resale. 4 years ago… we finally were able to do just that! When I’m cold it warms me up without having to get my head wet. But if water did get on the floor, I can see how it might head towards the vanity. Our house was built in the 90s and has a big tub with jets. I live in a townhome so our master bath just has a normal size shower, but even the larger homes I’ve been in haven’t had tubs in the master. What a waste. So I am ready to compromise – love those new big showers and rainfall shower heads – and am leaning toward that BUT make sure the tub in the guest bath has jets. Mostly we use it to keep a drying rack for all our workout clothes. See where I’m going here? If that isn’t the issue (an outdated browser) clear your cache and reboot your computer. You may need several friends and a few 1-by-4 boards to … I highly suggest keeping it for resale value. Occasionally, I miss the soaker tub, but we do have a tub/shower combo in the other bath, so I could use that one if I wished. I’m in the process of building a brand new house and one thing that my husband and I requested was NO bathtub in the master shower! Plus, bathtub butts up to a fireplace in the Master.. just ill-conceived floor plan altogether. After about a decade or so of loving the simplistic and how open it made the bathroom feel, we realized how much storage space we missed! If your tub is just a tub, and it's under a window, things might get a bit … Oh Susan, you have hit a bit of a nerve. We built our house in 1991 and wanted to update the bathroom. I love a separate shower and tub. My electrician is also a builder/contractor and he said a lot of his customers, especially those who live in older homes where the master baths aren’t that terribly big (like mine) feel a bathtub is a waste of space because they only take showers these days. Self aware gurus know that salt clears and like attracts like. If my tub were smaller I would take a soaking bath more often. Just make sure the water doesn’t splash onto the floor, which could make it slippery. Soaking tubs can be hard to get in and out of, especially as you age. He said no one really has time for soaking in a tub anymore and many felt having a bathtub in the master bathroom was just a waste of space that could be used for something more important–like additional vanity/cabinet space or a larger shower. Who would want to take a bath in those builder grade bread box tubs that were not long enough for anyone over 4’7 to really fit in? Shop bathtubs and a variety of bathroom products online at Lowes.com. When I went to a day spa in Ashland, Oregon years ago, this is what they offered me as part of my all day spa experience. Tiny house was more the correct term for it, but hubby and I added on to it. Was able to squeeze in a tub for my husband too. We have a nicely sized, not huge tiled shower with very tall glass doors that keep heat inside quite nicely. With Bath Fitter, you get the same quality remodel simpler and faster. To conclude; as you are renovating the entire space a) I would suggest due to expense, you leave your toilet in the same location b) if floor space is an issue perhaps consider a shower stall combined with a separate tub enclosing the area with one frameless (treated) glass enclosure and c) add heated flooring in the rest of the space. So, my vote is BOTH ! Oh, and mine is salt water approved by Jacuzzi. That’s so weird that you can’t see the related posts, either. It’s not hard but if done incorrectly could cause a flood your house. Finally did a bath remodel & now have a large walk in tile shower that I love. Instead we installed a doorless shower and I love it! While your home is one for a family, so as long as you have a tub for the kids’ bathroom, resale should be fine. I live in a small house, my late husband’s grandparents home. The third bathroom also is just a big shower. And as Iam aging a gripper bar, and non slip floor in shower. I wouldn’t get any additional space but would love the convenience. Even when my son and daughter-in-law visited with their son, both as a baby and later as a toddler, it was not a problem. I’ve heard this from people who have one. The bathroom also has heatpump venting. WE LOVE IT and use it every day. I’m seeing portable, collapsible tubs that can be placed inside showers for children to use (and maybe dogs to be washed, and bedspreads that get soiled and need to be dropped somewhere). A friend of mine is a realtor and she recommends large showers. Comfort and being warm is high on my list of priorities when showering! Our bathroom does not feel crowded now and looks very open and pleasant to me. Never miss a Between Naps on the Porch post! I don’t find that the shower is cold or drafty and water does not splash or run out into the room. Personally, I would love to eliminate our bigger-than-standard tub and replace it with a large shower. But at 57 I don’t. Also, make sure you are using the latest version of your browser. In a nutshell, it was easy to forgo the tub in the hall bathroom, but I think every home needs at least one tub. Factors like the current state of the space, the specific bathroom remodel design plans and material costs can all impact the overall price. It was a shower that had a somewhat “L” shape. We also had them make our bathroom sinks. You are smart to seek other opinions that could influence what you choose to do. Yeah, it sounds like it’s your IE browser. The whirlpool is a joy after a long day gardening or after a massage. I solved the problem of water going all over the bathroom floor by building a 5″ ledge on the floor at the entrance to the shower. I love my walk-in shower! So glad you found this post helpful, Carlene! I was never allowed to take bubble baths as a child (my mother thought the bubble liquid would cause irritation), and in fact was moved rather quickly to the shower even when I was still at the age when I was being bathed—my mom just used a handheld shower and was careful. We see that all over now. Now I know that not having a tub isn’t for everyone. in the water raises my vibration while the lavender oil calms my spirit. The only way I can get through a shower pleasurably is by singing, which other people don’t always want to hear. Just like all the so called reality shows taking over now (nothing real about them except maybe the hoarder shows) They need to rename it HTV because they had pretty much done away with all the gardening shows I loved, to make room for all those make over and flip this house type programs. Make sure you check out the annual costs, not just the one time cost. A guest bathroom remodel may include: • Upgrading bathtub or shower • Updating faucets, flooring and lighting • Installing new tile in tub or shower • Installing a new vanity • Freshly painted walls and/or new wallpaper Late to the party here lol but I guess my opinion is unpopular cause I absolutely HATE this trend. I have a bath I would like to renovate and I love the large showers with the glass enclosures. We did consider resale in our decision and decided to go with what was most comfortable for us. So in my opinion do what YOU want for the reasons you need/want. A tub in another part of the house would not work as well, because you want privacy and no interruptions when relaxing. More of a personal preference than anything. From a sanctuary of warm, enveloping water to a gorgeous getaway, your dream bathroom should delight all your senses. However I am full of arthritis in my spine and hips and it would be very difficult for me to soak in there as I can’t get up and out of it even with the help of a grab bar. Really need do some thinking about this one when we decide to renovate the master bath. I feel sorry for all the people here who say they’re shower people. We have a door now. I never used the garden tub since I moved into this new home at the time I thought it would be a good investment in case I wanted to sell my home. No one wants wants brass in homes today. Have not put it in but, it should be a nice size. Parlors without fireplaces? I haven’t used a tub in decades. The buyers for your house would probably be completely different and I can see a busy mom wanting a soaking bath, if for no other reason than to briefly escape from the kids a few times a week! The master is actually an oxymoron, cuz there’s no tub, just a shower. Saved by Prime 1 Builders. The new home I have purchased has a large shower and jetted tub, I will probably use the tub some but I am definitely going to miss my steam shower. They must not be keeping it updated, I guess. We are redoing our master bath and I cannot wait to get rid of the tub. Hi Laurie, I do have one in another bathroom and have never used it–I’ve been in the house 30 yrs! We renovated the master bath a couple of years ago and took what was a very long vanity and enlarged the shower size. I was holding out for heated floors when hubby wanted tile floors. I can’t help but think it eliminates some potential buyers who still enjoy a good old-fashioned bath. I bless the water, Mother Earth and the water heater for providing comfort, the healing properties and I bless myself for giving me a gift of Self Love. Did that and for ten years no bath. It’s on my wish list. Since it’s on its way out the web door, it might not work with the newest InLinkz. Jacuzzi offers bathroom remodeling services and products, including parts for tubs, showers and faucets. I use a shower curtain and works well. Our bathroom in general is pretty warm so the temperature is not an issue. maybe todays heated floors are better…i have a friend who had them installed several years ago, electric, not hot water, and something has broken inside. Oh, and about shower doors…we have a big shower and at first had no door…I was constantly mopping the floor because the spray didn’t stay insides the shower. Love the idea of a heated towel warmer, now that I can get on board with~. I love love love my big tub and use it everyday. By the way the few bids I got to pull tub and replace shower was over $12,000!!!! After my soak I shower off . I use Epsom salts, I use bubble bath liquids, I use lavender oil, I use “bath bombs,” love love love love my bathtub time. Great use of space. I have never regretted our choice. I’m certain you’ll find just the right size for your bathroom. I did! When we had moderate renovations done circa 1994 we had the bathtub removed and a ‘standard’ tiled shower stall installed … we also added a second bathroom with bathtub on the lower level where there was a very large storage/laundry area adjacent to the family room (on the ‘basement’ level, where there are no bedrooms). So, I hope this helps! I design my home for me and my family and the way we live, not resale value. We use our shower nearly every day… why not expand it to include a seat? XXX. In the end we decided we’re the ones living here right now and we’re the ones we really need to please. From the people I’ve talked to they rarely use their big tubs. You took the words right out of my mouth! We are excited to not have space wasted by a tub we would never use. We renovated two bathrooms last year and did remove the big old Jacuzzi tub from the master bathroom. We’re adding a pool to the backyard and I told my husband that I want to take the tub out and put in a door (preferably French doors if we can make it work) to the outside where the window is now. Thanks for all the ideas to think about. I LOVE my bubble baths and the thought of renovating and leaving out the tub is a big no for me. I really think it is a personal choice. I won’t repeat what others have said (love my tub for soaking aching muscles) but I will suggest getting a cast iron tub if you want to keep the water warm for a long time. Do you have any pictures? How can I remodel my living room to hide my bedroom door? We have glass doors on each as well…no more shower curtains!! We don’t care about resale as our kids will inherit the house and it’s no tub. I would never take a bathtub out. I’ve left and come back and refreshed the page several times. He uses the hall bathtub to soak since the jetted tub is so hard to get in and out of for him. But this is a very personal choice for each family to make! I’m not sure how I would like a nice, deep, soaking tub because I’ve never had that. I also wonder what effect it has on resale when it comes time to move. And kudos to you for not watching HGTV. It might be interesting to talk to a couple of realtors to get a feel for what buyers want. Never miss a Between Naps on the Porch post! Heated floors were a must because no heat vents in there. It took a long time and a lot of badgering my poor husband to install my granite countertops. It’s so nice of you to take the time to help me. My parents bought a nice ranch home 30+ years ago and it has a master bath without a tub, and it’s not a small bath by any means. You definitely should go for the heated towel bar and heated floors if you can do it! For little kids it’s nice to have a tub. I soak in my tub at the end of the day and read a book and watch my fireplace crackle. Ugh! If I had the space and budget, I’d love to have a big tub that is easy to get in and out of. I love the tub you like in the picture for your bathroom. They wound up buying an older model home. They are the making time for this new mental state and it’s becoming more the trend lately than not. I cringe everytime I see them take out the tub in a rehab show. We are in our mid 50’s and decided to build a universal-style home so we could stay here as long as possible. The first thing I think of when people talk about not having a bathtub is how much my grandchildren love having baths (especially bubble baths) when they stay over at my house. I love the planning though and can’t wait until we get started. As far as I am concerned, showers are for washing your hair. We are currently in planning stages of a no-door shower (we think), but our house is divided in the decision! It is deep enough that you don’t need a shower door and no we do not get too cold without a door. I went on a home tour last fall of newly build homes. We enlarged the shower and in the space where the jacuzzi sat, we had a nice long bench built with storage drawers underneath. When the grandbabies come their parents put them in a small plastic tub on the shower floor and they splash away. My neighbor just renovated her three baths and she removed the tub in the master bedroom. I would love to know what you’re finding with your house-shopping clients. I love my new tub. He has a two bedroom coop here in the city. Not sure if it has to do completely with overall size of shower space, or direction of spray, and/or pitch of floor. Have a seat built in. I cannot imagine not having a tub/shower combo in each bathroom. Kitchens without pantrys? Enjoying this discussion….I would choose BOTH! In order to link up, you’ll need to include a link in your MM post back to the party so the other participants will have an opportunity to receive visits from your wonderful blog readers. We don’t miss that old tub at all! There should be at least one tub in the house. *luxuriating in my mind just at the thought of it* I would never want one of those jet-propulsioned thangs, however. To me that’s like seeing a lovely garden or forest and saying “Ho-hum, I’m really a concrete person. Good choice!! I went around and around for a couple of years on the tub/no tub dilemma. It might be hard to resell a house with no bathtub at all. - Darian B., Michigan. My spouse is 20 years my senior and his worse fall was in the shower stepping over the ledge. Their soaker tub was filled with clothes waiting to be folded – they had no intention of every using the tub and figured another use for the tub. As soon as I was on my own, baths with heaps of scented bubbles were my common practice. Due to this, I was thankful to have a tub in the house! It was not drafty or cold, it was easy to keep clean and all guests who stayed with us loved it and would comment “I feel like I just went to a spa”. You are a staunch traditionalist. As I have gotten older I get achy when I am cold – which in the northeast winter is pretty often. Check out the tubs on Signature Hardware. It is there…it’s a good size blue button at the button of the links that have been added already. And the shower got a great upgrade with glass doors, new tile, etc. Now with the new luxurious tubs on the market anyone can take a relaxing soak and really stretch out in soothing hot water with bubbles, salts or perfumes. Susan, this is a great “food for thought” post. Now I can hardly sell one if there is one. https://www.highcraft.net/master-bathroom-remodel-tub-shower-resale My mother loved her baths – but I am a shower person! Know that unless you use those items frequently you are creating more to clean. My vote today…….it is a very good day for a beautiful medium shower with several shower heads and a handheld spray and an ugly walkin tub hidden behind closed doors with jacuzzi sprays which i am not sure they make and a live in massuess (sp?) What’s the first thing most folks do these days when buying an older home with carpet-covered hardwood flooring? I personally wouldn’t want a master bath without a nice bathtub. I lived in 3 homes which had garden tubs, big and deep, and did not use them much at all. We do have two other tubs in the house, one being quite deep, but I want to bathe and get dressed in my own bath, not go running around the house to take a bath. We live in a house over a hundred years old. I hate it! Everything about homes is a trend. A lot of people are buying the walk in tubs, but at $12,000-14,000, I don’t think they are worth it. Just something I’ve been kicking around lately. We should all have what we like and not be forced into what designers think we should have. I would definitely put in more places to put shampoo, soap, etc. Contractors and realtors alike told me that a master bath with tub is still desirable in my area for resale, and that was a big consideration as we head towards retirement. The tub is in front of the window and to open it I have to climb in the tub…so beware the corner tub. Anna, I just checked on my iPad and I can see all the links and the “Add link” button at the bottom, so not sure why they aren’t visible. I used it maybe three times in all these years. Our master bathroom was super small so it really made the most sense – and for our neighborhood too (mostly older homes with small master baths), which is also a factor. When i was 40 and worked long hours it was definitely a very good year for long soaking baths with a jacuzzi and a glass of wine to forget the world. I was worried about losing the tub, with 3.5 baths it would only leave one tub upstairs by the kids’ rooms. Don’t even bother if the tub is the shallow “normal” kind many of us grew up with. I really missed a bath and had to go to my childrens’ bathrooms to soak. That’s why many master bathroom remodels include removal of the tub to make space for a larger, more luxurious walk-in shower. The national average cost to remodel a bathroom is $3,500. You'll find contact information for Susan. Neither of us use the tub regularly so we opted for a decent sized shower. I guess I wasn’t clear. I’m in the same boat more or less but I’m still not convinced. I’m 66 and love baths. The original two bathrooms are small with typical tub w/ shower. In the process, I found the perfect, slant-backed tub. If that’s an issue, add another HVAC vent to the bathroom. In the end it’s best to do what feels best for you. I’d love to renovate our master bath and put one in, but I’m not prepared to drop 10-20k on a renovation just yet when there are so many other things with the house that need my attention currently. We have lived in our Colonial for 31 years. It was a soaking tub, but not as deep as they are today. and you are not supposed to run the jets with bleach in the water – just squeegee the glass after EVERY use and you may never need to clean it at all (but you will need to scrub every square foot of the tile – wink, wink) – get what YOU want/need now – “You can please some of the people some of the time, some of the people all of the time but you can never please all of the people all of the time” – Just as you are making changes now, so will the next homeowner – Can’t wait to see what you choose! I had a good chuckle…lived in our past house for 18 yrs, MB had no shower, only a big soaking tub, I showered in the hall bathroom. Yes and thanks. Does it feel drafty without a door, or are shower heads so great these days, you don’t even notice it? Pinky, are you using Internet Explorer? But what I’m really thinking of is a shower with a relatively high lip, so I can wash things off that take up a lot of room. It’s sounding less cozy and comforting by the minute! My parents did their bathroom renovation in the early 2000s and replaced their small tub with a walk-in shower – way ahead of the current trend! It is now 15 years latter and I can’t afford to buy another new home so I am replacing my garden tub with a shower and where the shower was into a linen closet. If I could do it all over again building my house, I would skip the garden tub Tubs are dangerous, they use lots more water than showers and I just can’t get into the idea of soaking in one’s own dirt. The older I get the less I like it! I guess I am spoiled – ok, I know it – but I love to fill the tub with hot water, bath salts, put classical music on, light a candle, and I have a tub tray that holds my book and a glass of wine….I can read in there forever. We have a Keuring for a quick cup and an auto drip maker. It was suggested that we eliminate the tub, but instead we got a smaller, deeper “soaker” model that’s the perfect length for “head back , feet up ” soaking. Can’t wait to see your renovations ~ I know it will be lovely! We don’t use the tub. No glass shower doors to clean and no tub to just gather dust! No room for a tub (I haven’t been in a tub for 30+ years). I would never buy a house without a large tub in master suite. If one chooses a shower, it needs seating for various reasons. The next house we bought had a nice master bath with a garden tub and separate shower. Downsizing to a young couple with kids vanity was to take a shower person while my husband occasion... 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