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.
This spacious luxury master bathroom features a large private soaking tub inside a carved-detail wood surround. Ornate columns impart a feeling of royalty while the large picture window allows for plenty of natural light and offers a relaxing view of nature. Intricate molding details coordinate well with the high-end look of the pleated window valances. White accessories and floral arrangements complete the spa-like environment while the cream cabinetry, countertop, and glass pulls of the vanity highlight the special details of the room.
The texturally painted suspended ceiling highlights the clawfoot tub in this master bathroom as the focal point. The floor to ceiling windows bring the outdoors in. Tiled walls highlight the curved architecture and bring charm into this elegant space.
A carefully placed cast-iron soaking tub conceals the wall-hung toilet in this contemporary bathroom with engineered quartz surfaces. The large walk-in shower is equipped with steam, digital controls, rain showerhead, hand-held wand and in-shower seating.
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.
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 metallic tile backsplash combines with a marble bathtub surround and basket weave tile flooring for an extravagant look in this large bathroom — one of the home's three. A large wood vanity with two mirrors offers plenty of space for two people.
The largest bathroom that luxury tiny home builders, Tyson and Michelle Speiss, have ever built, this space measures at a whopping 29 square feet and features a 4-foot antique-style clawfoot tub, hardwood floors, a modern vanity and more.
A pair of lounge chairs in the middle of this neutral contemporary spa bathroom offers a private spot for relaxation. The white onyx tub has an internal light to give baths an extra-luxurious touch, day or night.