Master Bathroom Boasts Chic Chandelier, Soaking Tub
Talk about an upgrade! After replacing the tub, TerraCotta Design Build installed a chic chandelier that brightens the space and generates visual interest. The designers also replaced the towel rack with floating shelves to give the owners even more storage.
A black, white and beige color scheme gives this minimal, modern design a bit of warmth in the master bathroom. The focal point in the space is the black free-standing soaking tub with black hardware atop lovely hexagon tile flooring.
This stunning bathroom design pairs black-and-white, geometric tiles with crisp white walls and lots of natural light. The corner shower is enclosed by a metal and glass door with two shower heads and a marble bench. Outside the shower, a round white soaking tub sits on marble tile floors with a rectangular window overhead.
Black and White Master Bathroom With Graphic Floor
The floor brings the bold to the renovated master bathroom with a black-and-white graphic pattern. The original built-in tub was replaced with a freestanding one and glass encloses a luxe walk-in shower.
This luxurious master bathroom showcases a textured, zen design aesthetic, from the massive walk-in shower with a floating ceiling, recessed lighting and glass door, to black-and-white bamboo-print wallpaper that wraps the space.
The black-and-white design scheme in this master bathroom extends from the geometric wall tiles to the marble flooring. A modern, round soaking tub provides the perfect place to relax after a long day beneath the long, rectangular window.
Luxury Classic Master Bathroom with Upholstered Sofa
A classic white-and-black master bathroom gets a twist with modern fabrics. The Biedermeier sofa was recovered in Scalamandre fabric by Kendrac and Kole Interior Designs. The coffee table is an antique. The floor is marble. The window treatment fabric is from Lacefield Designs.
The master bathroom feels spacious in a black and white with French blue accents. Industrial accents from the factory window styled shower to black and gray fixtures throughout the room add a striking contrast.
Pink bathrooms were all the rage in the 50s, and it looks like designer Caitlin Murray is still digging the look! With a pink vanity and accent wall, pin-up girl print and black-and-white tile floors, this bathroom definitely feels like a throwback.