A glass window makes the border between this master suite's bathroom and bedroom disappear. In the luxurious bathroom, brown and cream mosaic tiles are a visually compelling and soothing choice for the walls.
This light and bright master bathroom features bold turquoise tiles paired with a white bathroom floor. Frosted glass sliding doors are used as dividers between the bathroom and bedroom, allowing light to pass from space to space.
The elegance of this bedroom, the master suite, is in the varied textures: a wood backdrop for the television, wood-and-steel ceiling, plaster walls. Asymmetrical windows allow a peek out into—and access to—the backyard.
This master suite exudes elegance with its glass shower door and glass vessel sinks. The bedroom and bathroom are combined, creating a massive master suite. A 6-foot-long lacquered vanity, encased in matte marble, offers his and hers sinks as well as a backlit vanity mirror. The traditional cabinet face is modernized with linear pulls.
While it's true that this home in Beverly Hills, Calif., comes with ten different bedrooms, few can compete with the master suite. Here, a black platform bed, tufted loveseat and contemporary art generate some serious visual interest.
Of the five beautiful bedrooms in the house, this master suite is easily the most impressive. Here, a shimmering wall treatment catches the natural light, while a canopy bed encourages the owners to relax in style.
With a king-sized bed, tufted bench and a golden chaise, this master suite invites the owners to relish a life of luxury. French doors fill the bedroom with natural light and grant access to a private terrace.
HGTV fan EastTN2 converted their seldom-used attic into a sprawling master suite complete with a spa-like bathroom, entertainment lounge and bedroom proper. The suite's three areas are clearly defined yet still feel connected, courtesy of partial wall dividers like the floor-to-ceiling draperies separating the bedroom from the rest of the suite.
In addition to the master suite, this townhouse in Notting Hill boasts four bedrooms for family and friends who might be visiting. Built-in bookshelves keep novels close, while a blue-and-white bedspread adds a splash of color.
The house's main level centers around an open air living and dining room that seamlessly joins with patios and the gorgeous infinity pool. On either side of this space is a bedroom; the master suite perches on the floor above.
Neutral walls, a corner fireplace and soft furnishings make this master suite a soothing place to be. Because it's on the top floor and looks out over the horizon, the bedroom almost seems to be high above the clouds.
In this lovely bedroom, the designer layered multiple hues of blue to create a serene master suite that's all about texture. Velvet, wool, lacquer: the different materials combine to create a luxurious effect.