Vintage pieces add charm to this master bathroom designed by Rebekah Zaveloff. Details of white and gray subway tiled walls and a clear glass chandelier with a repurposed desk bring this vintage vibe alive.
As seen on HGTV's Beach Flip, the finished master bathroom of the Southwind condo, designed by Lucy Farmer and Daphney Massey, is clean and updated with herringbone subway tile and a matching pair of vanities.
A coffered ceiling, painted with a textural finish adds a level of opulence in this modern southwestern bathroom. The large vanity and elegant light fixtures add a dramatic feel to this master bathroom.
As seen on Beach Flip, Contestants Lucy and Daphney completed changed the layout of the master bathroom by closing the access door to the guest bathroom and adding two individual vanities and a large walk in shower at the renovated Southwind condo.
Keeping with the minimalist feel of the master bedroom, the master bathroom uses a white-on-white color palette. The spa-like space features a steam bath/shower with multiple ceiling showerheads, a handheld shower and body sprays
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It, the new master bathroom is shown on the newly added third floor of the home. The bright bathroom features a wall of windows, double vanities, soaking tub and glass shower.
In addition to the vintage tub, this master bathroom features soft hues of neutral, custom Roman shades, and beige cabinetry that is illuminated by the small wrought-iron wall sconces creating a simply elegant space that is warm and relaxing.
The master bathroom for him feels like a day at the spa. A gray and white marbled sink and walls are luxurious details that contribute to the spa-like feel. The shower features the same marble walls with a bench seat for added relaxation.
This master bathroom features a walnut double vanity built in the simple, functional lines hailed by the Arts and Crafts Movement, Subway tiled walls in a buttery yellow and floor tiles in a green-beige accentuate the Craftsman look. Period sconces on either side of the vanity mirrors tie the bathoom to the past.