Designers paid a great deal of attention to the details of this space. With nature as their inspiration, the backsplash was made to look like a natural stone riverbed. The shelves were crafted out of natural wood, while the live edge brings the raw beauty of nature into the space.
In this spa inspired master bathroom, the shower room easily becomes a steam room with a view. Frosted glass provides privacy for this lovely bathroom space, but it allows in natural light, illuminating the whole space, making it feel connected to the nature it overlooks.
This spa-inspired master bathroom has plenty of functional space. With his and hers vanities, a freestanding tub and a walk-through shower, this space has all of the luxuries this couple needed while neutral wall color and contrasting details help to maintain solidarity with the design of the rest of the house.
The colors in this space are intended to be warm and welcoming. The exposed beams throughout both rooms offer a natural, down to earth feel, while in the bathroom, the doors are made of rich cherry wood, making the space warmer, and the bold yellow and blue hues continue to brighten the space and make it inviting.
The homeowners wanted a spa feel in their master en suite, so designers used a Sea Salt paint color to contrast the Bianco Carrera tile. With two separate vanities, a large soaking tub and plenty of natural light, the colors and materials in this space combine to give the homeowners their own spa-like space.
As the homeowners enter their space, they are greeted with a straight line of sight through their spa-inspired master bathroom. To the left, a three dimensional backsplash gives the room texture, while directly to the rear of the space, a soaking tub is set up, complete with flameless candles, perfectly for relaxing after a long day.
The bathroom and closet in this space are combined to create a luxurious, spa-like feel. In the middle of the space, a shower rests over a grate and is cordoned off by elegant chocolate curtains. Just beneath the shower head is a bench that allows showerers the ability to lounge while washing off their day. Once a person finishes a shower, their clothes are within arm's reach, yet still are protected from the humidity a shower is sure to produce thanks to these custom. built-in shelves.
The vanity and toilet in this bathroom hang from the wall for a modern, spacious look. Natural wood and green walls warm this spa-inspired space. Simple Asian elements decorate the room including a mounted black wood mirror and single plant stalk.
To give the master bathroom additional functionality, designers made space for a large walk-in shower. With two shower heads and two benches, this space is perfect for relaxing. To keep the space warm and bright, a frosted widow allows in plenty of natural light.
This spa inspired bathroom takes its inspiration from nature. With a naturally colored marble sink and a backsplash and floor that mimics the natural serenity of a stone river bed, this space is the perfect place to relax in nature, even when you can't get outside.
To give the homeowners the relaxing master bathroom space they desired, designers had a soaking tub brought into the space. Behind the tub, they installed a tile accent wall with a shelf to hold flameless candles to give the space a spa-inspired ambiance. Above the tub area a blown glass light fixture adds personality to the space.
Having koi this far up in the sky might seem like the space is a fish out of water, but that isn't true for this Las Vegas high rise retreat. The school of 180 gold-leafed koi fish fit perfectly with the ambiance of this Asian spa inspired master bathroom.
In the bathroom, designers used the modern, Asian motif from the rest of the home to bring in unique features that give this space a spa like feel. The window above the large soaking tub gives the space plenty of natural light, while the bamboo wood panel helps to create some privacy between the spa space and the outdoors. To create privacy inside the home, panels of frosted glass create a space in the bathroom that is separate from the rest of the room's spaces; however, by using panels of glass rather than glass sheets, designers were able to keep the bath area from feeling cut off and separate-keeping the room's design flow continuous-while still giving this space an amount of privacy.
The waterfall bench connecting the makeup console and its supporting end embraces the idea of flowing water, much like that of Frank Lloyd Wright's famous Fallingwater house. Moreover, the wall-mounted faucets enhance the cascading effect of water.