191,704 master bath Bathroom Design Photos

Paul Moon Design
4 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Beautiful bath! May I have the overall room dimensions? Thank you!
What is the bath panel design called? The details of the bathroom is very impressive!
master bath. love the shelving over
great bath colors...master bath...bath tub...bath & shower design...master bath flooring...m bath...Master Bathroom...master bathroom
“Curtain” — catjin
Michael K. Walker & Associates Inc.
Private Residence Casey Key 2
color for master bath...Master bath...Tiffany blue master bath...modern bath
“Glass stall” — tbesse
Marcel Page Photography
5 Reviews
Interesting way to arrange the master bath. Also like the colors.
Exact match for master bedroom bath. Nicely done and requires no structural work.
Master bath vanities with side lighting?
master bath...bath room
“Shower” — clmonnin
Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Mandeville Canyon Residence
Contrasting materials in the master bathroom with a view from the shower.
the dimensions of this room length x width as I love the idea of getting a bath and a shower in my new design. Thank You Kisma
This master bath is approximately 135sf. and the toilet is just behind and to the left
Relationship of shower to bath and window
detail with shower niche continuous with bath surround
of the shower and bath would work in any home.
Buddhist pilgrims in Japan wear white robes for rituals, purification and bathing in sacred rivers.
Windows and doors in the bath. Do
“B” — clifflin
Normandy Remodeling
38 Reviews
Master Suite
had a master bathroom adjoining their master bedroom, but something wasn’t quite as it should be…it wasn’t quite ready to be called a “master suite”.
current master bedroom/master bathroom combination isn’t quite hitting the mark? Maybe it’s time to give your space a second look, and as these Bartlett homeowners
to find out what they did and did not like about their existing master bedroom and master bathroom. They talked about a small shower, a bathtub that was
when you entered the master bedroom was the walk in closet door, which didn’t do much to enhance your sense of entering a “master suite”. Jennifer went
“Cabinet” — lorimort
Thorp Design
Chelsea House
scheme creates a quietly luxurious bathing zone.
No space has been wasted in the master bathroom, in
whole scheme is white, creating a quietly luxurious bathing zone.
No space has been wasted in the master bathroom, in which Thorp incorporated double basins
in the vanity unit. The white color scheme creates a quietly luxurious bathing zone.
No space has been wasted in the master bathroom, in which Philippa managed to incorporate double basins. A wall of mirrored cupboards keeps clutter at
“White bathroom” — debra_skaradzinski
Feinmann, Inc.
16 Reviews
Room to Grow
was how to find a way to create both a Master Bath and a Family Bath out of the existing Family Bath, Master Bath and adjacent closet. The solution had
had to consider how to shrink the Family Bath as small as possible, to allow for more room in the master bath, without compromising functionality. Furthermore
point where they recognized the need for a Master Bathroom for themselves and a more practical family bath for the children. The design challenge for our
design team reconfigured the space to achieve the desired solution. The Master Bath design included cabinetry and arched doorways that create the sense of
I want a big shower in my renovated master bath. This one looks like a great size, not so big as to be cavernous yet
“Tilted mirror for mike's bath” — barajean
Knight Construction Design | Chanhassen, Minnesota
19 Reviews
inspiration for a small master bath. Does this bath have a door? Would there be anything wrong with elimating the door to a master bath? Thanks Again!
How would this color look in the master bath if the bedroom is med to dark purple?
The bath I'm considering doing over is small 3/4 bath. I'd like a "male" motif. Am thinking 12" slate or
taken at the entrance to the bath. It is personal preference on if you want a door on the bathroom or not. If your master bath is this size I would highly
in the master and don't worry about resale. I know lots of middle agers that are opting for a big open walk-in shower only (no tub) in the master and putting
putting a combo or separate bath and shower in their second baths. For this huge population of soon to be retirees, its not unusual to be a little more
“Bath” — rmiclaus
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