Have you ever seen a master bathroom more beautiful than this? Two large, circular mirrors with matching vanities serve as his-and-her sinks, ensuring that the owners' have plenty of elbow room while they get ready in the morning. Meanwhile, wainscoting makes the soaking tub look timeless and elegant.
With a pedestal sink, cabinet for linens and a stall shower all in the same spot, this bathroom really maximizes its small footprint. Patterned tile adds some interest to the floors, while still complementing -- rather than competing with -- the white subway tile backsplash.
This long bathroom features a double vanity, separate shower and bathtub and plenty of open floor space. A neutral color palette compliments the bright, open design and showcases the warm finish of the wood cabinetry and mirror frames.
This master bathroom is easy on the eyes thanks to a bay window with views of the Seattle skyline. A soaking tub with a wide rim encourages the owners to keep towels, books and glasses of wine on hand.
The master bathroom is just as soothing, with a large soaking tub positioned along a wall of windows. The patterned shade can be pulled down for privacy, or lifted to fill the space with natural light and views of the water.
A neutral and black pointed stripe wallpaper creates a nice contrast to the soft neutral tones of the connected bedroom. A thick white door frame and small marble tile floor cut off at the room transition. Textured carpet softens the floor of the bedroom leading to the bright yellow armchair that catches the eye in this design.
This transitional-style powder room looks larger than it is thanks to a tall mirrored backsplash. The glossy marble floor is complemented by the striking marble sink, which has open space beneath, contributing to the space feeling roomier than it actually is.
This bathroom has everything guests need to feel comfortable: a vanity with two sinks, large drawers for extra linens and a glass-enclosed shower where they can wash up in the morning. A pretty pendant light adds interest to the room and makes the space as bright as possible.
Sarah Richardson, host of HGTV's Sarah 101, created an oasis of calm in this elegant bathroom with delicate apricot details, vintage furniture and a freestanding tub. The metal-frame shower enclosure gives the space a retro vibe, while the vanity area frees up the main space in the bathroom and offers a seating option. The decorative plumbing fixtures act as the jewelry and finishing touch to the space.
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. A wood barn door leads into the new bathroom, adding rustic flair to the space.
Relax and unwind after a long day's work in this master bath. Beautiful mosaic tile surrounds the bathtub, and above, a crystal chandelier brings a touch of elegance to the space. A fireplace beside the tub completes the sophisticated design.
This gorgeous modern bathroom features a bathtub that looks out onto a breathtaking view while you soak. Neutral marble tile is given a touch of accent from red window frames. A colorful rock mosaic spills out from the tub onto the floor for a unique design detail.
A beautiful chandelier boasting glass beads illuminates the entry to this sophisticated master bathroom. A light vanity, plenty of windows and white marble floors keep the space feeling bright and fresh.
Rich wood cabinets and matching mirror frames bring a warm element to the cool, neutral color palette in this transitional bathroom design. White countertop over his and hers sinks continues to an additional vanity spot with floating counter and marble stool.
Down the hall, a door opens to this two-toned, transitional guest bathroom. An oversized mirror anchors the wall and makes the small space seem even larger, while cabinets on either end offer storage for extra towels and travel-sized products.