The master bathroom is the homeowner’s sanctuary. A large space that will enable you relax and end your day in a spa-like setting. The cost for a large master bathroom remodel will vary widely based on the design of the space, the materials picked out during the selection phase, and the size of the bathroom itself.
Considering Cost for a Large Master Bathroom Remodel
- Sinks & Faucets
- Tile Shower
- Tile Shower Enclosure
- Wood Trim
- Light Fixtures
- Paint Colors
- Towel Bars & TP Holders
Setting a Budget for Your Master Bathroom
The best way to go about deciding how much to spend on your new master bathroom is to set a budget range. A budget range will give you a starting point to decide what type of material you can pick out. If you want to keep costs down, then things like low-cost tile and pre-built cabinets are a great way to go. If you decide that you want to build your dream bathroom, then talk with your Contractor about heated tile flooring and Grohe shower fixtures!
$90k – $130k
Turning your master bathroom into a true spa with all the amenities. You can wake up and walk in onto a heated floor and turn on your thermostatic tile-wrapped shower that is pre-set to your ideal water temperature. Beautiful custom wood vanity and marble countertops showcase your excellent taste in sink and faucet choices. Wood wainscoting is accented by the natural light of the frosted glass windows.
$65k – $85k
The most common budget for a master bathroom remodel. You can step up to options like heated flooring and slab countertops. Multiple shower heads and stunning light fixtures will turn this bathroom around 180°. You are able to change your master bathroom to fit your lifestyle.
$45k – $60k
It is time to remodel your master bathroom starting with the outdated tile shower. You toss out the jacuzzi tub for a freestanding soaking tub. And you enjoy a vanity with double sinks. A new mirror and new luxury vinyl plank floors finish out this beautiful remodel.
The costs for a large master bathroom remodel above are base prices to give you a working idea of what to expect. These are not hard-and-fast prices given as gospel by North Light Builders. Use these numbers as a starting point to decide both what you want to do and what you can afford to do.
Maybe you only want to update your countertop, sink, and faucet. If this is the case, you will not need a large budget. However, if you plan on ripping out everything in the powder bathroom and starting from scratch, then the high-end budget is probably more reasonable.
Check out the Cost vs Value Report and the Remodeling Impact Report for more information. And then reach out to discuss your bathroom remodel project with North Light Builders.