Black & White Master Bathroom With Ample Natural Light
A second-floor sunroom was converted into this master bathroom, which required a bit of creativity in order to achieve enough privacy to make the homeowner comfortable. The dark grout ties in the black windows, and the white soaking tub coordinates beautifully with the white subway tile.
The key element of this master bathroom is the natural light. The exterior metal panels allow sun to come in throughout the day while still providing privacy. The room changes from day to day and season to season depending on the sun's placement. The natural stone on the shower walls and bath surround complement the natural wood floor and cabinets for a cohesive overall look.
Clean, Contemporary Master Bathroom With Light Walls
Because this master bathroom lacks much natural light, architect and designer Luciana Corwin employed light colors and strong contrasts to keep the space bright and interesting. Clean, sleek lines give the room a contemporary aesthetic.
Crisp whites and bright greens are meant to capture the essence of summer and spring in this transitional master retreat. Wood tones and an airy feel help capture the seasons while neutral linens perfectly frame the windows, letting in lots of natural light.
The master bathroom in this newly renovated cabin contains high ceilings, making the space seem larger. The window at the end of the space lets in lots of natural light, while the glass shower lets the light flow through and makes the space feel more open.
Welcome to a tranquil and inviting master suite that is filled with natural light. This space grants a serene retreat to those looking for a relaxing abode complete with outdoor views through three large windows.
Countless windows fill this modern master bedroom with natural light, enhancing the room's crisp white walls. An exposed wood ceiling beam and brown bedding lend warmth to the clean, fresh space. Two chairs and a small table carve out a seating area that's perfect for morning coffee.
Having virtually no natural light to work with is one of the biggest design challenges when creating a basement bathroom. Add dramatic elements with texture that make the space feel less like a basement or more like a spa-like bathroom.