Classic marble flooring and an antique side table blend beautifully with a freestanding soaker tub in this Victorian-meets-contemporary master bath. A cafe curtain-inspired window treatment adds privacy and casual flair. Keeping the upper part of the window bare means the homeowners are able to show off the Victorian home's original curved millwork.
This master bathroom is as peaceful as can be. In the corner, a large walk-in shower looks as light as air with glass walls and a window. There's a delicate soaking tub set up on a marble platform. Clean-lined benches and drawers are a pop of contrast, as well as handy storage.
Bathroom Storage - Take account of what you truly use to help you decide how much storage you’ll need in your vanity and shelving. Organizing everything by what you’ll need to have in you reach and what you’ll just need to have nearby creates a tidy, stylish bathroom.
In the master bathroom, designers created an oasis with a unique bathtub as the centerpiece of the showcase. Above it, a contemporary chandelier adds light on cloudy days and at night, while geometric prints on the wall add color to the space. The large picture window lets in plenty of natural light that makes the area feel warm and bright. This light is mirrored in the neutral wall color and the gray and white tile floor that was laid in a herringbone pattern to create a bit more texture in the space.
In the home's original master bathroom, the skylight has started to leak and the look and design of the space had become outdated, so the homeowners decided to undertake a major renovation that would completely revitalize their space and give them the private, relaxing master suite of their dreams. In order to achieve this goal, designers closed off the door that previously allowed guests access to the space and removed the outdated features and finishes and replaced them with elegant modern ones, such as this walnut-double vanity. Designers then used the natural light from the windows and skylight to play off the neutral wall color, making the space the perfect oasis for the couple.
In the renovation of this master bathroom, the space was made larger by taking over nearby closets and incorporating them into the floor plan. A glass-enclosed walk-in shower was a nod to the husband's more modern sensibilities.
A closer look at the balcony reveals smooth pebble floors and an outdoor shower. Where a stone wall provides plenty of privacy, fresh flowers and palm trees make the space feel akin to a secret garden.
Attention to the outdoors continues in the master bathroom, where the shower opens onto a private balcony. Glass doors allow the owners to soak up the views and natural light from anywhere in the room.
Master Bathroom Draws Inspiration From Industrial NYC Buildings
A moody color palette and industrial accents are used to echo the looks of New York City buildings in the master bathroom of an Atlanta townhome. A custom-made window overooking the living space below replaced an existing set of glass blocks. High-gloss subway tile reflect the stylish lighting. Wood-look tile alternates with black tile to create visual contrast.
White Transitional Master Bathroom with Victorian Architecture
A furniture-style vanity with a shapely marble top gives a nod to this fully renovated home's Victorian architecture. Chrome fixtures and hardware bring an updated vibe to the white-walled space, which features original millwork. This Victorian home had beautiful bones, but the client wanted to update the bathrooms, kitchen and living spaces to reflect her family's casual lifestyle.
Double up - Doubling up on your sink space in your master bathroom has its practical side. If you share a bathroom, you’ll never have to bicker over the sink or how many shelves of storage you can claim and it also takes the room from neat to grand.
To create stylish storage in the wet room, designers used the tile to create a shelf on both end walls of the space. On the shower end, the shelf drops down onto a bench that provides seating in the space.
Green can look totally fab in the bathroom, whether on mosaic tiles, a freestanding bath or patterned wallpaper. The bold green leaves in this wallpaper work beautifully bringing a summery feel to this bright, light bathroom.