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Bathroom Design

Bathroom Design

Your personal oasis

Large bathroom with double sinks, bathtub, striped wallpaper, and an open door leading into the owner's bedroom

You know what they say—kitchens and bathrooms sell homes—and we couldn't agree more. That's one reason we give homebuyers so many options to tailor their kitchen and bathroom design to meet their personal needs and style. We believe everyone should be able to walk into their bathrooms and feel like they reflect their style.


Bathrooms, kitchens and laundry rooms are considered wet areas, meaning they are rooms that include plumbing fixtures and appliances with a high potential for moisture exposure. It is important to get the flooring in these areas right! Your design consultant will walk you through your options and educate you on what materials are a good match for your bathroom design. Learn more about flooring options here.

Shower design

Richmond American floor plans often have many layout options in the owner's suite. Homebuyers will find homes with separate tubs and showers, as well as larger walk-in showers. The structural options and layout of your bathroom's design will take place at the community sales center at the time of contract. At your Home Gallery™ appointment, you will select the finishes, fixtures and tile surrounds.


Your countertop selection is just as important in your bathroom design as it is in your kitchen. Materials, colors and styles can all influence your choice. Be sure to take advantage of the complimentary interior design help at your Home Gallery™. Your consultant can walk you through the advantages and maintenance of various materials and help you choose a color that matches your other selections.

You may not have a vision for your perfect bathroom sink before you arrive at your appointment, but we'll make sure you have one before you leave! From the size to the material, we'll walk you through your choices until you find an option that meets your functional needs and coordinates with your other bathroom finishes.

Think we forgot plumbing fixtures?

Think again! We cover that in our section on Flooring Options & More.

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