Master Bathrooms

Get all the info you'll need on master bathrooms, and create an elegant and efficient bathing space in your home.

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By: Sean McEvoy

Master bathrooms are often an extension of a home's master bedroom; they're typically located within or adjacent to the master bedroom. For this reason, some design decisions about your master bathroom may be simplified. For example, you may want to mirror or at least emulate the master bedroom's design.

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Large Modern Bathroom Featuring a Glass Shower and Jacuzzi Tub With Patterned Tile Accent Wall

Spa Feel Master Bath

Photo By: Jill Paider Photography

Enormous Traditional Bathroom Exudes Luxury

Industrial Master Bathroom Balanced with Contemporary White Accents

Craftsman Bathroom With Stand Alone Tub

Contemporary Gray and White Master Bathroom With Marble Tile

Blue and White Cottage Bathroom With Tile Rug

Stone Wall Wows in Contemporary Master Bathroom

Photo By: Jenkins Custom Homes Design+Build

Stylish White Master Bathroom Featuring Ann Sacks Lux Tile

Spa-Worthy Bathroom With Large Soaker Tub

Transitional Master Bathroom Is Luxurious, Spa-Like

Neutral Asian Spa Bathroom With Freestanding Tub

Transitional Master Bath in Modern Farmhouse

From: Heidi Richardson

Gray and White Transitional Spa Bathroom With Chaise

Gray and White Transitional Bathroom With Skylight

Modern Master Bathroom With Glass Enclosed Shower

Neutral Modern Bathroom With Striped Wall

Master Bathroom With Built-In Soaking Tub & Spacious Vanity

Photo By: Michael Lowry Photography and Harvey Smith Photography

Contemporary Bathroom Is Sleek, Spa-Like

Bathroom Features Blue Double Vanity & Walk-In Shower

White, Traditional Master Bathroom

Gray and White Contemporary Bathroom With Soaking Tub

Contemporary Guest Bathroom With Powerful Punch

Photo By: David Lauer Photography

Herringbone Tile Wall Uplifts Modern Master Bathroom

Contemporary Master Bathroom With Open Floor Plan

White Bathroom With Jetted Soaking Tub

Gray Marble Accent Wall Wows in Modern Bathroom

Spa-Like Master Bathroom Boasts Gray and White Palette

Transitional His-and-Her Double Vanity Bathroom

From: Slifer Design

Transitional Double-Vanity Bathroom is Elegant

Spacious, Bright Bathroom With Herringbone Tile Floors

Spacious Master Bath Boasts His & Her Vanities and Ocean View

Contemporary Bathroom with Stunning Accent Wall

Tropical Bathroom with Large Shower and Tub Plus Marble, Wood, Tile and Stone Accents

Photo By: Kevin Meechan / Meechan Architectural Photography

Contemporary Neutral Bathroom With Marble Tub and Shower

From: Jill Wolff

Glamorous Bathroom With Walk-In Shower and Marble Bathtub

Spa Bathroom with Freestanding Tub and Long, Contemporary Vanity

From: Pure Design Interiors

Neutral Contemporary Bathroom with Tray Ceiling

Giant Open Transitional Shower and Bath Space With Gray Marble TIle Walls, Claw Foot Bathtub and Gold Faucets and Nozzles

From: Doug Burdge

Spacious Master Bathroom Features Storage Island

Your first task when considering a master bathroom is to determine how, and by whom, it'll be used. Most commonly, two people will use a master bathroom. This means you'll need to design the bathroom both for co-use—which is to say, both people using it at the same time—and for co-storage, meaning the accessories, linens and other bathroom implements of both folks individuals will need adequate (and likely separate) storage space.

One approach that's popular in master bathrooms is a long countertop featuring a double sink. This will allow for both people to use the sinks at the same time, and it should also afford plenty of space for accessories to be placed on the countertop during grooming activities.

Many master bathrooms add elegance to efficiency, with features like a claw-foot or whirlpool tub used as a centerpiece of the bathroom. Other elegant but useful features can include high-end flooring options, bench seating with built-in storage for linens, or a separate, private toilet area.

In terms of design style, the master bathroom often follows the lead of the master bedroom, but this isn't a requirement—especially if the bathroom isn't located adjacent to or within the bedroom.

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