For a husband who likes modern style and a wife who prefers rooms with a vintage farmhouse look, designers had to mix and match elements. In the master bathroom, patterned cement tiles are the main focal point, jazzing up the sweeter vibe of the shutter-front vanity.
Neutral Master Bathroom With Hexagonal Floor Tiles
In the refurbished master bathroom, designers used painted wood paneling as a backsplash, then paired it with quartz countertops and warm wood cabinetry. Hexagonal floor tiles are a subtle layer of pattern.
Modern Master Bathroom with Show-Stopping Cabinets
This modern, spacious master bathroom is filled with light from its large windows. Adornment is minimal so the wood cabinets, which feature a stained finish that allows the grain to shine through, become a central focal point of the space. Mirror-mounted sconces are a sleek solution for task lighting.
After a long day of hiking, the owners can find relax in this airy master bathroom. In addition to light wood vanities with his-and-her sinks, the space includes a sleek glass shower and a large soaking tub in the corner.
One thing that was very important to the homeowners was their wet room with a shower and a freestanding tub, so designers included one with elegant curves that matched the homeowners' style. Then, they added a floor-mounted waterfall tub filler for a more elegant feel.
The headboard and pillows are custom upholstered with fabrics that were carefully selected to create a modern twist on this rustic retreat – and the metallic wallpaper behind is a dark but reflective statement, which plays with the light in the room, without taking away from the regal style.
Long, narrow niches make stylish, practical shelving in this master bathroom for accessories and houseplants. The tidy arrangement of the shower in the corner leaves enough room for a luxurious soaking tub.
In the master bedroom suite, the designer wanted to strike a balance between hip and serene. She used black, white and gray and mixed textiles for visual interest. In this bathroom, the star attraction is the geometric accent wall behind the tub.
That dreamy marble tile works overtime in the shower, both lightening the space and adding subtle movement. To the right, one can see that the geometric art was custom built into the side of the wall for additional interest.
This master bathroom is a serene place to be thanks to soothing white walls and tile flooring. Two vanities with chrome mirrors and custom drawers give the owners plenty of room to get ready in the morning.
Notice how the master bathroom echoes certain elements from the bedroom: the broad archways, the Moroccan-style border around the doors, the unexpected patterns. In turn, these separate spaces look cohesive.