We see some pretty fabulous master bathroom designs on our endeavour to bring great new home designs to the masses, and feel it’s time to put them first (rather than at the end of pretty much every tour – that living room always has top billing no matter how showstopping the loo looks). So, we’ve corralled an extensive gallery of 51 master bathroom designs that feature creative layouts, stunning bathroom furniture designs, and some gorgeous bathroom accessories to throw in that final finesse. We’ve also added some hints and tips that will help you get on your way to creating your own magnificent master bathroom space.
Gallery for 51 Master Bathrooms With Images, Tips, And Accessories To Help You Design Yours
2. Luxury toilet paper holder
3. Menu pedal trash bin
4. Modern faucet
5. Copper ventilated laundry basket
6. Bamboo vanity accessory set
7. Luxury chandelier
8. Golden plant stand
9. Golden glass bathroom sink | 52 |.
… Bring garden elements inside the room to make it a completely natural transition; use indoor plants, stone elements, wood grain features and pebble flooring. Install wall to wall sliding doors and let the breeze blow through. | Visualizer: Elena Maximova.
Reflect on natural light. Bathing your face in the morning sun, as well as at the basin, feels uplifting. But where do we put the vanity mirror when positioning bathroom sinks in front of windows? Have the best of both worlds by installing a ceiling mounted or stem affixed design. | Visualizer: Vusal Abbasov.
Accessorise, accessorise, accessorise. Shiny bathroom pendant lighting, collections of decorative vases, multiple reed diffusers, a designer toilet seat, and colour coordinated fresh towels – this master bathroom has it all going on. | Visualizer: Scaffold Group.
Side tables update a bathroom without making a permanent change. A set of white marble and jade green side tables accessorise this modern grey and white bathroom scheme. | Visualizer: Natalia Pozdnyak.
If you only invest in one special piece for your bathroom, consider a designer accent chair. Since accent chairs can be be repurposed just about anywhere in the home, you can really get your money’s worth – even after the next bathroom makeover. | Visualizer: Joana Santos Ferreira.
Include substantial storage solutions. Bathrooms aren’t always big on cupboard space, but when it comes to bringing in all those fluffy folded towels, you’re going to wish you had somewhere roomy to stash them all. | Visualizer: Naresh Mistry.
Section off the toilet in a larger sized room. If you have the space to install a small room within a room then you might like to make the toilet completely private, but a partial partition wall can work well too. | Visualizer: Iqosa.
Fill up on feature walls. Sometimes bathroom wall decor can take a back seat to the main and essential working parts. However, accent walls and wall art make a bathroom feel part of the rest of the house. Look at ways in which to incorporate warm wood panelling, stone or brick effect feature walls, and eye-catching prints. | Visualizer: Prosvirin Design.
A combined wet area doesn’t have to mean an over shower bath. Many designs now put the bath and a separate shower unit side by side behind a single splash screen, or up on a platform together to make plumbing and drainage simpler. | Visualizer: Vladislava Torgonsky Vladislava Torgonsky.
Make it rain! Imagine rolling out of the bed and under that rainfall showerhead – it would be quite a wake up. It’s handy having the closet standing right on the other side of the glass shower screen too, which would make it possible to choose an outfit for the day whilst still shampooing… | Visualizer: Philippe Starck.
Cram in a faux courtyard. Does your master bathroom design have standing room only? Not to worry, the plants can share the shower cubicle with you. Voila! A glass courtyard. | Visualizer: Artem Shelipov.
Build a neoclassical bathroom blend. Incorporate modern bathroom furniture designs with classical touches, like elegant chandeliers and mosaic masterpieces. Don’t forget to add beautiful ceiling coving, corbels and wainscot. | Visualizer: Shahid Jamal.
Fashion an eclectic modern bathroom. Pull together a collection of statement pieces that are each beautiful in their own right, even if they’re not necessarily ‘matching’. Use the intermittent decor to pull the elements together – like this colourful rug that echoes one circular coral table, and the stripes of an accent chair. | Visualizer: Stanislav Kaminskyi.
Layered rugs aren’t only for living rooms. The bathroom can sometimes feel like a sterile place, with hard wooden flooring or cold tile underfoot. Throwing down a rug or two can make a world of difference – not just to the look of the room, but to the literal feel of the space, and even the echoey acoustics. | Visualizer: Joana Santos Ferreira.
Screen the scene. Decorative screens allow tantalising glimpses of scenic views to filter through, whilst still maintaining a level of privacy. Match dark metal screens with concrete bathroom decor for a strong aesthetic. | Visualizer: Jenpol Sumatchaya.
Highlight those edges. LED strips have many, many applications, but none so popular right now as the perimeter lighting track. Light up every edge of raised floor, dropped ceiling, shower wall and vanity mirror. | Visualizer: Andrey Korniychuk.
Add a slice of interest with contrasting floor treatments and wall tiles. It’s not unusual to pick out more than one style of tile for your bathroom to define a shower floor or a raised platform, but why not push it beyond parallel lines? Cut tiles or boards on the diagonal to make a stand out space. | Visualizer: La Alegría Dhifaoui Samiha.
Open up a master bathroom to be part of the bedroom. The combined square footage will make a more impressive sized suite. Privacy curtains can be drawn across whenever required. | Visualizer: Alexandra Macevich.
You can use pebbles to easily and cheaply define a makeshift bathroom courtyard; simply plant a few pots in it. Putting the plants by the window is a good idea, so that they get plenty of natural sunlight to grow. | Visualizer: Alexander Barchan.