The spa inspiration for this bathroom spills out into the entrance of the space. Two floating sinks adorn the vanity, which houses wicker baskets for towels. The space is lit by a large window with a thin curtain hanging in front of it to allow in plenty of light to the bathroom, but also to the adjoined master bedroom, making both spaces feel warm and inviting.
A striped half curtain provides privacy while still letting natural light fill the bright, white bathroom. A built in double vanity features a mirrored design of marble countertop, wood-framed mirror and simple sconces. Connecting the vanities, a window seat creates a decorative space for blue pillows to add color to the design.
The window behind the bathtub in HGTV Dream Home 2015 features remote-controlled blinds, and the lovely blue curtains match the curtains in the master bedroom. “It is a very luxurious, spa-like experience in the bathroom,” says the home’s interior designer Linda Woodrum. “And we have beautiful drapery, so it is a very elegant and very tailored room.”
Designer Sarah Richardson used full-length curtains to give the illusion of a picture window behind the freestanding soaking tub in this modern master bathroom, while a patterned table holds bath-time essentials.
This master bathroom is simple and serene, with a traditional vanity, cabinet, clawfoot tub and lightweight curtains. Floor-to-ceiling windows fill the space with sunlight and make it look all the more inviting.
When redoing a bathroom, don’t forget that valances and shades can be the finishing touch. In this kid-friendly bathroom renovation, Atlanta designer Jennifer Foster matched the window valance with the shower curtain for a designer look. She saved money by purchasing a second shower curtain for less than $20, and then mounting the material on a board to create the valance.
In the master bathroom, a large soaker tub basks in the glow of the space's elevated windows. These windows allow in plenty of natural light that can be controlled by the semi-sheer curtains for a soft, airy feel in the space, while the height of these windows allows for the space to remain private.
This double slipper copper tub takes center stage of the master bathroom with amazing views of a mountain and surrounding lands through the picture window. Antler-printed drapery panels and a pair of pendant lights soften the space.
In the hall bathroom, ombre shower curtains add a modern touch to a more classically patterned marble floor, and continue the home's overall palette of black, white, and blue. A sleek black vanity and large round window give guests plenty of space to freshen up.
This bright and airy master bathroom is a true retreat away from it all. A glass enclosed shower and two floating vanities allow the eye to flow through the space. The wow factor is a curtain of crystal-like beads used to create a waterfall accent wall around the window. Design by Candice Olson.
To create a larger, more open feeling to this master bathroom, designers took full advantage of the large window, positioning the bed in front of the window, creating a focal point. To help the homeowners control the natural light let into their space, designers hung curtains to act as a diffuser. Comfort was added to the space with a soft, velvet rug and a fuzzy blanket and pillows, while the unique artwork adds texture.
With a mostly black and white color palette, this eclectic bathroom features pops of gold to add a glamorous feel to the space. A gold globe pendant light hangs above the sleek black and white bathtub, while gold curtains offer privacy from the tall windows. A lucite table paired with a black upholstered chair provides a spot for getting ready when the vanity is unavailable.