Find everything from freestanding tubs to dual vanities in this collection of master bathroom design ideas.
The relaxed, peaceful feel of the master bedroom flows right into the bath by means of ample tilework in varying shades of
gray and brown. Found on the floors, along the walls as wainscot, and as the tub surround, this material unifies the area.
Small, tightly spaced half-round tiles enhance the shower area.
Tour the Davidson Gap Idea House
Instead of a basic doorway between the master bedroom and bath, the architects designed a glass wall as a divider, with grommeted
curtain panels that can be pulled for privacy. The glass wall visually enlarges the space and adds a sense of calm to the
dramatically stenciled room. The large floating bathtub invites relaxation and serenity.
Tour the Tarpon Run Idea House
The master bath offers refined cottage style with its wainscoting, dressing chair, and bureau. Double vanities, plentiful
cabinets, and modern fixtures add hotel flair.
from the Sugarberry Cottage Giveaway Home
The upstairs master suite showcases a modern barn door, which slides along a track to close off the bath. Because the exterior
architectural style of the house borrows from farmhouse vernacular, with board-and-batten siding and a galvanized roof, the
barn door is a fitting interior detail. The bright saffron color ties in with the saffron-and-gray bedding and updates the
Tour the Tarpon Run Idea House
The master bath mixes crisp polished pieces with textured grass cloth wall coverings and curtains to give it a warm spa-like
feeling. The tri-fold mirror and vanity makes getting ready for the day a little easier by having natural light and supplies
at your fingertips.
Tour the Hemlock Springs Idea House
This calm and elegant master bath evokes the opulence of an old-world spa, complete with a large soaking tub and a spacious
master shower that's covered in intricate tilework. Large double-hung windows bathe this space with natural light that’s reflected
by the honed-marble tile flooring. Cafe curtains provide privacy when drawn, while allowing sunlight to enter the upper window
Cabinets under the a ledge conceal the tub’s plumbing lines, supplies storage for towels and bath products, and create a display space for plants and artwork.
Tour the Abercorn Place Idea House
The curved tub wall, striped with iridescent glass tiles in various shades of blue, strikes a spa tone in the master bath.
A trio of windows lets in lots of light, but their height allows privacy. An antique Oushak rug (instead of a bath mat) and
a dainty brass chandelier keep the room elegant.
Tour the Bayou Bend Idea House
This master bath makes the most of its narrow floor plan with custom-painted vanities and a slipper tub lining one wall. Along
with the tub, green glass sconces, pendant lighting, and beaded-board walls embrace vintage style. The bath is further serviced
with a separate water closet and a pebble-tiled shower.
from the Carolina Jessamine Giveaway Home
This master bath doesn’t skimp on amenities. No longer just for kitchens, islands can be major assets in baths too. This built-in
adds six more drawers for storage. Lower than a kitchen island, it’s easy to place a suitcase on for packing.
from the Cedar Creek Idea House
This master bath is made to be orderly. Two vanities and a divided walk-in closet keep morning and evening routines running
smoothly. There are also separate water closets, which help to keep the marriage running smoothly.
from the Kinsley Place Idea House
Cut-stone tile covers the floor, and limestone accents the countertops. Hexagonal tiles, in variegated natural hues, act as
a border for the tub surround, wrap around the shower, and adorn the sinks’ backsplash.
from the Harrod’s Creek Idea House
This bath is given a more roomlike feel with the use of furniture instead of built-ins. Mirrored chests support sinks flanking
the closet doors. The ogee backsplash is carved limestone and adds a bit of architectural embellishment.
Tour the Verona Park Idea House
Mix up the shapes and sizes of your tile, but keep them all the same color. The square floor tiles here are laid in a diagonal
pattern; rectangular tile surrounds the base of the tub. Between two tile chair rails, a harlequin design stretches above
Tour the Tucker Bayou Idea House
You don’t always have to install the bathtub flush against a wall. Instead, enclose it with wood for an innovative, freestanding
option. A sturdy, low wooden box was designed for housing the tub. To give the floor visual interest, large square tiles were
cut into 2-inch-wide strips and laid in a herringbone design. The tile pattern was also applied on the wall behind the tub.
Tour the Kousa Creek Idea House
This master bath boasts a sophisticated tone-on-tone color scheme of cream and ivory. Two sinks are separated by a stepped-down
vanity area. Gold fixtures and sconces add an element of glamour. Framed mirrors are mounted against the larger mirror above
the sinks to create a dazzling optical effect. The walls are covered with a faux-stone wallpaper topped with a Moorish arch
from the Abberley Lane Idea House
This bright and airy bath packs a lot of style in a not-so-big space. It boasts a marble-tiled floor, vanities on either side
of the tub, his-and-her closets, and a spa-style shower with an arched entrance. Glass tiles run up the shower walls and across
from the Parkview Idea House
The homeowner relocated the tub and tucked it into a cozy surround that includes a pair of glass-shelved hanging cabinets
and an inset beveled mirror. The mirror adds sparkle and enlarges the space, while the rows of open shelving give the room
lots of storage and a vintage-apothecary feel. There's a lot going on in this tiny room, but the classic black-and-white palette
with brass accents keeps things from looking chaotic. The millwork's lacquered finish adds depth and polish, and the traditional
pattern of the marble hex floor tile is a nod toward the house's 1930s roots.