Like the master bedroom, the master bath is designed to provide a virtual outdoor experience, creating the impression that the space is open to the outside. The seamless glass windows that form the outer walls are made of Starfire glass, a highly specialized glass that is actually clearer than ordinary glass and typically reserved for such purposes as building jewelry display cases and high-end aquariums. The cost of upgrading from clear glass to Starfire glass was more than $1 million. The master bath's freestanding tub cost more than $20,000, as seen on HGTV's Million Dollar Rooms.
This vacation home has panoramic views of the ocean and its own private beach entrance. The red-tiled home sits on a wooded lot covered densely with towering palm trees. A covered patio and modest lap pool define the back of the house.
This winding staircase wraps around an ornate hand-blown glass chandelier before reaching a glass floor, which covers an indoor pond. LED lights illuminate the space with a soft blue glow for an underwater feel.
As seen on HGTV’s Million Dollar Rooms, this serene master bathroom is made for relaxation with a freestanding soaking tub surrounded by smooth stones. The wall-mounted shelf next to the tub frees up floor space and maintains the room’s open, airy feel. Natural light streams in through a large window.
This stunning contemporary home has a neutral exterior with an abundance of windows that showcase a grand spiral staircase, chic living room and other indoor spaces. A narrow backyard water feature showcases black stone accents, while a covered porch area provides the ideal outdoor space for relaxing.
This opulent master bathroom is attached to the master suite in this million dollar home in Hidden Hills, Calif. A spa tub stuns in the center of the bathroom, while steps lead up to a luxurious dressing room on the left side of the room.
With an entire wall of windows framing a private natural landscape, this spacious master bedroom suite is a stylish and luxurious contemporary retreat. Colors, lines and fabrics are kept simple to keep the focus on the view.
The 14,000-square-foot home of designer Steve Hermann, set in a secluded oak grove near Santa Barbara, Calif., is almost entirely transparent. The house, which took more than six years to build, has five bedrooms and six baths, as seen on HGTV's Million Dollar Rooms.
The unique master bedroom features a wall of book-matched marble from Italy and a panoramic view of the landscape. The house sits on four acres and is surrounded by 20 additional acres of estate. Remote-controlled blinds, which can be operated via smartphone, provide additional privacy when desired, as seen on HGTV's Million Dollar Rooms.
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