Over the years, our bathrooms have transformed into something that is more than the room where we perform some bodily functions. The literal meaning of bathroom as “a room for bath” is now drastically changed.
Today, when we talk of bathroom our connotation would be a room complete with necessity and luxury for relaxation after a long day’s work.
Truly, modern bathroom has gone far more than what we have in the past. But regardless of how modern a bathroom is, it still aims to meet the basic components of a traditional bathroom: space, style and comfort.
No matter how high-end and visually appealing the design of the bathroom is, if these three are not present, it won’t give the comfort every bathroom owner wants in his bathroom.
Comfort is also a controllable and subjective component. In fact, it may vary from one person to another. A comfortable place for others may turn out to be a complete discomfort to you.
After all, people differ. There is an endless list of things you can install and add into your bathroom to make it more comfortable. A music component, a whirlpool tub, a TV and even a fireplace would surely give comfort to most people.
But again whatever you put, make sure that its purpose is for comfort and not for mere design only.