If this isn't the most divine luxury master bathroom you have ever seen I don't know what is! I would not have thought that that anything could compete with the gorgeous styling or epic luxury shower, but I think this downtown view may actually do just that. Imagine lounging in that soaking sub with a glass of wine while looking out at the sunset over the skyline after a long day -- such perfection! From a design perspective though, I love how all of the master bathroom ideas that they used all focus around the large picture windows. The tub was placed directly in front for maximum benefits, and the glass walled shower is transparent enough that you can enjoy the view from in there as well.
This luxury master bathroom overlooking Central Park definitely takes the prize as my absolute dream design. I can confidently say that I well never have an elegant apartment overlooking New York City; however, I could recreate these gorgeous master bathroom designs to give me the feel of a downtown loft in the middle of the countryside where I live. Simple and geometric lines seem to be the main thing that sets this space apart from most bathrooms I have seen -- there is very little finicky trim work or crown molding. It is a very sleek and modern design with high end finishes that just exude monied luxury. This photo has definitely given me some fantastic bathroom renovation ideas, now the question is if I can pull them off in my house.
This gorgeous luxury master bathroom matches my personal style absolutely perfectly! You would think that, as an interior designer, most of the spaces we create are something that we have in our own home, but that is really not the case. We want to create the best bathroom designs for our clients that fit their personality and style preferences -- sometimes that lines up with my own decor but most times it doesn't (which is all part of the fun). My house could probably be described as all white glam with cozy country touches to make it warm and inviting. When it comes to master bath ideas, this means quaint (and trendy) ship lap on the walls, all white tile and flooring, a huge walk in shower, and luxe gold hardware and light fixtures.
This is a serious luxury master bathroom that has my name written all over it from top to bottom (if I had about twenty thousand dollars to blow). Over the years traditional bathrooms have always been my thing, but I have been wanting to branch out a little bit in this next home and I try to incorporate some more contemporary style elements alongside a more classic design. This inspiration room is the perfect example of the look that I want to achieve in our next master bath. First of all, I love the luxury bathroom ideas that the incorporated like the huge walk in shower, large completely separate duel vanities, heated floors with beautiful Turkish area rug, and even the lovely little dressing table.
If this is not considered a luxury master bathroom, then I certainly do not know what is! I will be honest -- I actually thought that this was a kitchen when I first glanced at the photo. I had no idea that this was actually a very large master bathroom layout, probably because of the abundance of cabinetry and countertop space (what a luxury). The thing that actually catches my eye most about this master, is the fireplace positioned right next to the jacuzzi. I cannot imagine any thing more relaxing than enjoying a nice soak next to the fire. From a design perspective, I think this homeowner was right in line with what is trending in rustic master bathroom ideas 2020.
This is definitely the luxury master bathroom of my dreams (that I could probably never afford haha). Every detail from the ultra sleek walk in shower to the soaking tub with thoughtfully inset candle shelf, are absolutely to die for. Luckily I was already planning to take on a bathroom remodel 2020, so this photo just serves as an inspiration for what I want to achieve in our home. Our master is definitely not this large, but I think that I can take elements of the design (color palette, pattern, some materials), and achieve the same ambiance even if I cannot incorporate their level of luxury. I definitely want to repeat a few key elements of their bathroom decor including the mosaic tile behind the tub, the rich embody vanities and a bright white soaking tub.