Beautiful bathrooms are one of the major things that sell homes, because they are one of those items that people are intimidated to renovate on their own. Therefore, when you walk into a house that has all of your favorite master bathroom ideas already installed, it sticks with you long after you leave. When we bought our house, this was certainly the case with this beautiful granite master bath. It has everything I could ever dream of from large double vanities with a dedicated dressing space for me, a soaking tun placed in the center of the room, and even a steam shower with windows inside. I even loved the blush granite bathroom tile ideas that they used throughout the design.
I know that a lot of people say that is is hard to create beautiful bathrooms like this on a budget but I have to disagree. New bathroom ideas can be expensive to implement, but if you have a little creativity and know how to find deals, you can actually recreate your favorite designer looks for a fraction of the cost. This spacious master suite is my inspiration design for our new bathroom remodel. We have a large floor plan like this but the vanities are very out of date and the tub and shower are both old and dingy. We are thinking that we will simple gut the place and start fresh with everything from the tile to the vanity and bathroom decor.
One of my favorite types of home design projects to research is beautiful bathrooms because I think that they are such a luxury and can really improve your quality of life. I am sure that I would love waking up every morning to a gorgeous space like the one in these bathroom remodel pictures. The subtle dove grey, white, and baby blue color palette creates the ultimate sense of serenity and has a lot of depth without being overwhelming. Not only this, but the combination of marble and white tiles is not overwhelming, but instead quite classic and certainly something that would never go out of style. Then, to top everything off, they added a crystal chandelier hanging over the soaking tub just like is featured in pretty much every single on of my favorite luxury bathrooms.
Take it from somebody who has been looking tirelessly at homes to buy lately, it is so hard to find beautiful bathrooms like this already installed in a home. Most of the bathroom themes in my price range that I have seen are lacking in any sort of cohesiveness or even an updated style. I really like spaces like this that border the line between traditional and modern so that it appeals to a wide audience of buyers. Not only this, but I love the use of the large space because it feels very open and luxurious yet highly functional at the same time. In fact, one of my favorite aspects of this particular space is the gorgeous bathroom shower ideas that they used in the large open unit.
One of the things that I have always been intimidated by in the interior design realm is how to create beautiful bathrooms. Bedrooms and living spaces are easy to me because it is a matter of choosing color palettes and textiles to build your design, but even just the thought of a bathroom remodel cost makes me sweat (kidding...sort of). I knew that our master bathroom was the next project I had to take on in our house because it is just so outdated and was really bringing the overall look of our suite down. I found the inspiration for my design in this small bathroom ideas photo gallery that had this awesome tan and bronze space featured.
I have been browsing beautiful bathrooms for a while now trying to figure out what to do in our master suite. We have been trying to plan out the space for quite sometime now, but the issue is that my idea of dream bathrooms differs from my husband's so we have not been able to come to a compromise that suits us both. He is very traditional in his decor preferences and loves panelling and marble. I, on the other hand, much prefer modern bathroom ideas like these that feature unique materials like a river rock base beneath the tub, glass enclosures, and sleek cabinetry lines. I am really not sure how to combine these two contrasting styles, so any advice that couples on here have on how to compromise drastically different decor tastes would be much appreciated.