Neutral Contemporary Master Bathroom With Tiled Fireplace
A floating concrete vanity offers a nice contrast to the crisp white subway tile backsplash in this contemporary bathroom. The neutral space has pops of color in the custom tile surrounding the electric fireplace, which serves as the room's focal point. Wood luxury vinyl tile was used for the floor in case of flooding issues in the basement, which is where this stylish master bathroom is located.
This master bathroom was completely updated to make the most of architectural features like skylights and a cathedral ceiling. Custom cabinetry was added, topped with Caesarstone, and new tile was installed.
This master bath's existing raised-panel cabinets were replaced with custom maple cabinets and a large freestanding maple armoire. A standing shower and large bathtub give this bathroom a spa-like feel.
This guest bathroom features a steam shower with rain showerhead, penny tile flooring and Carrera marble countertops. The neutral tiled shower maintains a contemporary feel with its simple glass door and updated fixtures.
With soothing neutral wallpaper and chrome fixtures, this master bathroom is both calming and a little bit luxurious. His-and-her sinks with plenty of drawer space underneath keep the space neat and tidy.
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.
Craftsman Master Bathroom With Neutral Tile Floors
This beautiful bathroom boasts a neutral color palette to keep the room feeling open and inviting. A sliding door separates the toilet from the rest of the space. Neutral tile covers the floor and continues onto the shower walls, and wood details complete the timeless design.
Neutral Contemporary Master Bathroom With Paneling
The primary goal for the master bathroom was that it be relaxing, but designers also wanted it to be interesting and full of texture. A mix of materials in earth tones—wood, stone, tile—checked off all the boxes.
Interior designer Linda Woodrum wanted to avoid the use of botanical prints in the bathroom, so she took a contemporary route when selecting art. "This is a traditional home and we wanted to give it something that wasn't traditional," she says.