I tend to gravitate to master bath ideas that have very simple and neutral color palettes. I know that this is not everybody's cup of tea, but a plain monochromatic space really helps me to relax and think -- I get distracted easily so the absence of color and decor in bathroom ideas as well as general home decor is quite soothing to me. The photos that I posted here represent basically my perfect bathroom design. The layout is simple yet effective in that it incorporates everything that you would need from a large soaking tub to double vanities and large walk in shower designs, and everything in between. I also love that everything is finished in a cool grey palette that seems to wash you with a sense of calm just from merely looking at the images. This is exactly the ambiance I want to evoke in my master bath.
I was looking for very contemporary master bath ideas for our home remodel, and boy did these photos give me some inspiration. I showed them to my best friend and she thought that the bathroom design ideas shown here were so boring and wondered why I would want to mimic this design. The answer is simple (literally) -- I love the clean minimalistic decor, the classic black and white color palette, and the subtle architectural details like ship lap panelling, tall ceilings, and inset vanity that gives the space dimension without adding a lot of decor. Perhaps the best part about this space is that it would cost a fraction of the cost to replicate as a lot of other far more intricate master bathroom designs I have seen would. To me, that makes this space a definite win as far as inspiration rooms.
I am wondering what other people think about the master bath ideas that they used here -- more specifically if this subway tile accent wall and tub surround "go" with the space of if it looks awkward. These pictures really stood out to me when I was looking for bathroom renovation ideas because the materials are very classically elegant but the overall design does have some modern touches that make the space feel current. The only think I am not sure of is if the subway tile wainscoting goes with the marble floors, door frames and countertops. I tend to gravitate to simple bathroom designs, so this accent tile almost seems to be too much and distracting to the overall look of the space. I am curious if you all agree or if this is just the most current style and something that I should get on board with.
I have been through a lot of master bath ideas lately (home remodeling can really take up a lot of your time haha), but I have never seen a room quite like this. I am not sure if this would be considered contemporary or traditional because there are definitely elements of modern bathroom design as well as those classic touches. This chameleon like style was actually one of the things that drew me to the design the most. I love the ultra modern style vanity wall with built in mirrors and sconces to make it look like a custom bookcase wall or something that would typically be found in a living room. This paired with the beautiful chandelier, rich indigo velvet ottoman and crisp white walls create such a chic look. Not to mention that the grey subway shower tile ideas really anchor in that modern style.
This gorgeous model home is just brimming with inspiration for all things interior decor, but the master bath ideas definitely took the cake for me. I went to this particular showing last weekend really hoping to find some elegant yet trendy master bathroom ideas 2022 to use in the new home we are building. Boy did this designer deliver! My favorite part of the room is definitely the marble herringbone design on the floor -- I am seeing this everywhere lately and it is something that I definitely want to incorporate in our new build. The other feature that I was immediately drawn to, were the duel crystal chandeliers hanging over the double vanity to replace your typical bathroom fixture. It adds so much more elegance than any bathroom designs I have seen before, and definitely is a showstopper piece in the space.
As you can probably tell from this before photo, we are in dire need of some master bath ideas to upgrade our outdated space. The room has absolutely fantastic potential with the huge picture windows overlooking the river and the spacious floor plan. Even though the dark grey marble tile used throughout the space is not our style (or particularly current), I am wondering if we should attempt to reuse it just to keep the costs of our master bath remodel down. I know that it would be a huge expense to rip it all out and replace it, so if there is a way to update the look while still retaining that tile foundation, I would love to know. I have seen a few small bathroom designs with shower tile that resembles this, but never a full space using as much as we have. Do any designers on here have any ideas for how we could make the space look more modern without completely gutting it?