To maximize the space in the master bathroom, designers placed the bathtub and shower fixtures in two of the four corners of the space. Opposite of these, a double vanity creates a functional bathroom space that easily accommodates the homeowners.
The homeowners wanted a simple, elegant master bathroom that was still functional, just like the rest of their newly redesigned home, so designers created a beautiful space with a neutral color palette. White, tile floors and complementary white walls flow throughout the space reflecting the natural light let into the space from the large windows above the tub. Gray accent tiles on the floor add color and warmth to the bright space, complementing the gray countertops that finish off each vanity. Two separate vanities give each of the couple their own space, keeping the new space functional and organized.
Raised Bathtub and Enlarged Shower Make Remodeled Master Bathroom More Functional and Elegant
This home's original master bathroom had a sunken bathtub and a small shower, so to modernize the space and make it more functional, designers raised the floor and added a freestanding bathtub, which was the perfect addition next to the newly tiled, double-sided fireplace. Then, the same tiles that were used for the fireplace surround were also used in the shower floor, connecting the two spaces and adding warm texture to the space.
Dramatic and luxurious yet functional, this master bathroom features a neoclassical-style vanity topped with Calacutta marble. The marble is also used around the bathtub surround and shower walls, while the floor makes a stunning impact with a black-and-white tiled rug and inset stainless steel dots.
Wooden Vanity With Round Mirror in Master Bathroom
The vanity in the master bathroom consists of gray quartz countertops, an undermount sink, walnut cabinets and industrial fixtures. Above, a leather-wrapped, round mirror is not only functional but decorative as well.
With custom-built storage and a brown and white color scheme, the master closet is a stylish and functional extension of the master bedroom and bathroom design of the HGTV Smart Home 2014. For seasonal clothing, two pull-down valet poles are handy additions.
After the renovation, the master bathroom in the Gubelmanns's new home feels modern, functional and spacious, blending Alex's modern sensibilities with Fiona's more vintage taste to create the hip spa retreat feel that the homeowners wanted.
The goals for this master bathroom? Create a clean, contemporary, timeless, and functional space. The chosen palette was black and white; the designers played with textures and proportion to liven up the room visually.
A custom-built double vanity is as functional as it is stylish in this traditional master bathroom. Multi-level marble countertops make a sophisticated statement, while creating plenty of surface space, and the cabinets provide essential storage.
Neutral Bathroom Reflects Natural Light, Making Space Feel Larger and Brighter
As natural light floods in to this home's master bathroom, the neutral color palette reflects the light making the space feel brighter and larger. Chip and Joanna added unique details, like the raised cabinets and extendable lamps makes the bathroom more functional, while the glass front shower makes the space feel more open.
Once a non-functional laundry room, this space was transformed into a spacious spa-like master bathroom on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother. A dual-sink vanity, toilet and shower were installed, along with stylish hardwood-like vinyl flooring.