Dreamy Master Bathroom Design

Those who do not have master bathrooms covet them … and those who have them sometimes don’t know what to do with all that area!

If you’re looking for some concepts for your next remodel, or if you’re simply dreaming of your future home, you’ll like these dreamy master bathroom designs.

Transitional Master Restroom

This transitional bathroom by Valerie Wilcox, through Houzz, mixes traditional, contemporary and contemporary designs for a special, luxurious impact.

Marble all over gives it a royal feel (and so does the chandelier), and the sleek ornamental elements supply a modern touch. The ledge at the back of the tub supplies sufficient area for items and some relaxing candle lights, and is a creative way to put all that extra space to excellent use.

Master Bathroom With Wood Cabinets

Worried about getting adequate storage area for all your items? With a large tailor-made cabinet, you get all the space you require for everybody utilizing the master restroom.

This particular master restroom by Hawksview Homes has a traditional style, with wood cabinets, wood floors, and a tiled, glass-walled shower.

This restroom is warm and welcoming, thanks to the neutral shades of its decor. You might quickly integrate colored products based upon the season, making it extremely versatile.

Day Spa Design Master Bathroom

Make every visit to the bathroom seem like a medical spa day by picking soothing colors– sea-like blue-green, in this case– and natural elements all over. This spa-like restroom by Brendon Barre, by means of Decoration Pad, features wood cabinets, a stone sink and tile floor to make the whole welcoming and relaxing.

Note the accent wall in the shower, and how its darker shade is highlighted by the glass walls. A rainshower head is the cherry on this master restroom sundae!

Tuscan Master Bathroom

This very large Mediterranean restroom by Dino Toon, through Houzz, is the epitome of Southern European comfort and luxury. The space at the back houses the tub, while the middle area is the walk-in shower.

The heat of this master restroom comes from numerous things: the wall color, the exposed wood beams, the granite tiles, the dark wood cabinets, and of course the conventional carpets extending the space.

Womanly Traditional Master Bathroom

This conventional master bathroom by Miller & Miller Real Estate is borderline rustic, with the distressed wood cabinets and vanity. But its luxurious feel, through the lots of bronze light, gilded devices and flower information, really dominate the style here.

The octagonal shape is unusual, however the ceiling treatment makes outstanding usage of it. Notice the tiled location right under the tub for visual focus, as well as the stunning custom-made stenciling on the side of the tub.

Timeless Master Restroom

With a master bathroom this size, discovered on Zillow, you might keep a bed in it too! However rather, wall-to-wall dark cabinets, a roomy round tufted bed and an angled freestanding tub fill the area.

This is a timeless, minimal design with a standard feel. Notification the shiny marble flooring for a touch of high-end and class, and the easy two-color plan.

Diverse Master Bathroom

This rustic/contemporary master restroom by One Kind Design, through Design Pad, provides both personal privacy and area with two-story ceiling height and a wall separating the sink from the toilet and tub location.

This bathroom is a fantastic mix of rustic and contemporary style through its recovered wood flooring and driftwood mirror, and its focus on white. The wooden flooring conserve this space from being simply another white uninteresting bathroom.