After a long day of hiking, the owners can find relax in this airy master bathroom. In addition to light wood vanities with his-and-her sinks, the space includes a sleek glass shower and a large soaking tub in the corner.
By tucking the curved freestanding tub into a corner by the window, designer Joan Suzio was able to capture space for the walk-in shower. A niche recessed in the wall is a tidy spot to place shampoos and soaps to keep them off the floor or bench. Although a curbless shower with zero threshold was desired, the curb helps keep water off the bathroom floor.
A soft blue tint to the glass show door matches the tufted blue seat set in the open floor over a fluffy, faux fur rug. The white marble floor extends up the shower walls decorated with a tile accent panel. A large double vanity set up turns the corner opposite the bathtub. White marble countertop and built in cabinets surround the his and hers sinks under large mirrors and victorian sconces.
This neutral master bathroom includes a freestanding bathtub flanked by dark brown wooden vanities with vintage mirrors. The glass enclosed corner shower boasts neutral tiles, while large gray rectangular tiles cover the floor. A louver window paired with recessed lighting keeps the space light and bright.
Metallic bathroom sconces frame a free-standing vanity while shelving provides extra space for all of the necessities in this classic bathroom. Gray and white marbled tile line the bathroom floor and shower stall and a classic claw foot tub shimmers and shines in the corner of the space.
From the 2013 Atlanta Decorators Show House, this eclectic corner features bold orange on orange with pops of black and white. The more-is-more effect of the tabletop vignette is tempered by a smart mix of shapes and finishes, from muted to high-gloss, and the anchoring black base.
This earth-toned bathroom features a spacious sink with a long rectangular basin and dual chrome faucets. A brown mosaic tile backsplash is paired with dark wood cabinetry and shelving, while a wall-to-wall mirror shows off the corner window that allows natural light to flood the space.
A glistening chandelier dripping with crystals hangs delicately over the marble spa bathtub. French doors at the back of the room and on the right lead to a walk-in closet and private porch, respectively. The shower stands enclosed behind a glass door in the back left corner for privacy.
This master bathroom features a large double vanity and his and hers mirrors and lighting for a custom feel. Curtains soften the corner while creating privacy and framing the soaking tub. Two different accent tiles make a statement and add a pop of color against the large white tiles in the custom shower.
This comfortable, elegant master bedroom features an understated color palette that lets the ocean view steal the show. Draw draperies block light for a good night's sleep, and sliding doors provide access to the welcoming outdoor space. A reading chair in the corner takes advantage of two windows, giving it ample natural light.
This earth-toned master bathroom features a quiet corner bath area complete with surrounding windows and a floating bench. Matte floor tiles and neutral stacked stone walls add to the natural feel of the space, while a glass enclosed shower continues the look with glossy taupe tiles and a brown mosaic accent strip.
Opposite the shower in the master bathroom, a tub is tucked neatly in the private corner of the space. To highlight this fixture in the space, designers included teal Spanish tile around the top of the tub and around the base to create separation between the tub and the floor while adding a decorative flair.
This master bathroom is as peaceful as can be. In the corner, a large walk-in shower looks as light as air with glass walls and a window. There's a delicate soaking tub set up on a marble platform. Clean-lined benches and drawers are a pop of contrast, as well as handy storage.
As seen on HGTV's hit show, Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna have turned this mundane master into a magnificent masterpiece. A new coat of paint provided the base color for an elegant, neutral color palette. Windows in the corner of the room let in plenty of natural light, making that corner of the space the perfect place for a reading nook. A faux mantel in the center of the room creates a focal point and adds a smidge of rustic charm to the space, tying this design into the rest of the home.
This master bath remodel was sparked by a flood in the client’s home. Working with the same floor plan, the designer renovated the bath with new tiles, cabinetry, countertops and fixtures. The shower area features a corner seat and recessed niches for soap and shampoo, and the vanity is adorned with white cabinets with crystal knobs.
The master bathroom has everything the owners could ever need: a vanity with his-and-her sinks, a stall shower and even a soaking tub in the corner. If you look in the mirrors, you can even see the bowls from the clients' trip to Morocco -- the same trip that inspired the overall design.
The focal point of this light and bright bathroom is a custom sculptural sink made to look like a waterfall. The homeowner didn't want pipes to be visible under the sink, so designer Margot Mandel created a sink that would drain into the shower. Wooden ceilings and a small corner rock garden finish off the look of the space.
A glass door opens into this spacious walk in shower. The three remaining walls are covered in white subway tile for a bright and spacious feel. Small white and gray square tile flooring compliments the monochromatic design. A built in cubby and small corner bench create easy storage and use throughout the space.