The master bathroom in this mansion in Playa del Carmen, Mexico is an opulent oasis. The lavish features include vessel sinks, floor-to-ceiling tiling, a freestanding tub with a waterfall faucet and modern light fixtures.
Find inspiration in color. This wall of blue mosaic tile is the star of this bathroom designed by David Stimmel. The cannister wall sconces provide illumination as well as visual style above the vanity's white vessel sink and marble countertops. The dark, curved wood cabinets provide subtle contrast with the lighter hardwood floor.
A bombé chest becomes a stately vanity in this opulent traditional bath. Antique brass candle sconces flank the sink, which is backed by a wall-size leaded glass mirror. Metallic damask wallpaper reflects light.
This luxury bathroom features a metallic pearl plaster wall finish with cut stone columns, chandeliers and an expansive double vanity. The window above the tub shutters for privacy at the touch of a button. A spacious walk-in shower features steam, spray and waterfall options.
A huge vanity matches the marble walls in this luxurious master bath. Featuring a large walk in, curb-less shower and a tub for two, this bath has all you need to relax. A shade will drop down over the door if you desire privacy.
The master bathroom in this luxurious lake house adds a focal point with a large, bubble light fixture. The textures and tiles are all in white, giving the space a crisp, spa-like feel with plenty of natural light coming from the oversized window.
Bathroom surfaces—flooring, countertops, backsplashes and walls—can go a long way toward creating an air of elegance. In this luxe master bath, Clay Construction used Italian marble tile inside the shower and on the floor, as well as granite countertops.
Metallic plaster continues from the master bath into the master bedroom of this Mediterranean-inspired luxury estate. A cut stone fireplace adds elegance and warmth to the spacious room. Stone columns on either side of the bed support an arch outfitted with recessed reading lights. Draperies open and close with a button to block light for sleeping or reveal views from the tall windows during the day.