In the master bathroom, several types of tile are used to create visual appeal and dimension throughout. The coastal theme from the rest of the house is incorporated in the space with silver lighthouse-inspired light fixtures and louver cabinet doors.
Every room in this mountainside retreat is treated to sweeping views of the aspen forest beyond - even the bathrooms. A charcoal freestanding soaker tub sits beneath an Edison-light chandelier that adds a subtle glow throughout the space to create an intimate ambiance. The walls are encased in Montana moss rock while limestone floor tile lightens up the space.
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.
This master bath and bedroom features custom sliding doors opening to the bathroom with double vanity vessel sink, light hardwood floors, a cable and rail system, floating oak shelves, and angled structural beams integrated into an open closet system
This master bathroom features an innovative set of triple sliding doors that were designed to enlarge the door's opening and continue to bring light into the space via glazed glass slats in the doors and a transom overhead. The space is further softened by use of white oak throughout and light hardwood floors.
Warm Master Bathroom Features Wood Elements, Skylight
A checkerboard tile floor sets the tone for this colorful master bathroom. The floor is highlighted with an accent of rustic wood at the center. Skylights bring in beautiful natural light. The legs of the vanities are made from bundles of rebar, adding an industrial touch to the warm space.
Sage green walls and warm wood vanities make for a calming combination in this master bathroom. His-and-her sinks ensure that the owners have enough elbow room, while a large soaking tub invites them to relax after a long day outside.
A wall-to-wall mirror reflects the natural light in this master bathroom, opening the space up and making it seem even larger! To contrast the crisp white walls, the designers brought in a dark, reclaimed wood vanity with his-and-her sinks and a caged chandelier in black. A round, metallic tub waits in the corner for when the owners need to relax before bed.
Transitional Master Bathroom with Arched Doorways, Soaker Tub
A pair of vanities is split by a wide, arched doorway in this bright and airy transitional bath. A freestanding soaker tub takes advantage of the light from a large window, and built-in upper cabinetry provides extra storage, keeping surfaces clean and clutter-free. Recessed panels in the ceiling along with furniture-style feet on the vanities are architectural details that add both coziness and distinction.