Let’s face facts. Your bathrooms – by their very nature – aren’t the most glamorous rooms in your home. However, that doesn’t mean they don’t deserve the same love for and attention to design as more high-profile rooms like your living room or kitchen. In fact, they may require much more!
Your bathroom is first and foremost a functional space. However, stop to consider how much time you and the members of your family spend inside of the bathroom. It’s more significant than you thought, isn’t it?
For this reason, you want to have bathrooms that are as luxurious as possible. Think of how much more enjoyable your mornings could be, for example, if you had a dream master bathroom? Think about how much more comfortable your home’s guests would be if you had a pristine and beautiful powder room for them to use!
On this list, we’ve collected a whopping 404 examples of custom luxury bathrooms. As you move through them, you’re going to see bathroom design concepts that you never imagined, and you’re sure to see various things you’d absolutely love in your own home!
So, stop giving your bathrooms short shrift! Instead, check out these custom luxury bathrooms and see if you can’t find some inspiration for a bathroom remodel of your own.
1. Take a Soak
A freestanding tub situated below a beautiful window provides a perfect place for taking a soak in this all-white luxury bathroom.
The brown tiles surrounding the drop-in tub in this custom bathroom provide a perfect complement to the dark hardwood.
3. Gold and White
The gold and white color scheme of this luxury kitchen bathroom design is just the icing on the cake.
4. Dark Marble
In this custom luxury bathroom, dark marble is used to give the space a decidedly masculine vibe. Also, check out that TV.
5. A Work Of Art
The tile work in this custom luxury bathroom is a work of art, as is the way it perfectly captures natural light.
6. Ample Space
The beautiful tile work along with the beige paint and columns provide a perfect counterpoint to the dark hardwood dueling vanities.
7. A Different Spin
The layout of this bathroom is quite similar to the last, but the beige color scheme gives it a decidedly different vibe.
In terms of luxury, this entire bathroom is capped off by the beautiful chandelier that hangs from above.
If you really want separate his and hers space in your custom bathroom, why not separate the vanities with a drop-in tub?
10. Make An Entrance
It would be hard not to feel like a king or a queen when walking up to the tub in this beautiful custom bathroom.
11. Grey and White
This luxury custom bathroom adopts a classic look, which is perfectly completed by the grey and white color scheme.
By extending the drop-in tub toward the center of the room, two seating areas have been created.
That same concept is applied in this luxury custom bathroom, except the tub floats, making room for a gorgeous walk-in shower.
14. Cool Lines
This custom luxury bathroom design uses spare curved and square lines to create a decidedly contemporary look.
At first blush, you might not even recognize that this room is an extremely luxurious custom bathroom.
Right behind this freestanding tub is an enormous room that’s actually an enormous (and gorgeous) walk-in shower.
17. All Aboard
This custom luxury bathroom has been designed to evoke life on a yacht. We think it succeeds masterfully.
If space is at a premium, you can consider arranging you’re his and hers vanities in this manner to maximize available space.
19. Recessed Lights
The light hardwood, white vanity countertop and tile work are all accentuated by smartly placed recessed lights.
20. Take a Seat
One of the must-have features for women in a custom bathroom is a sit-down vanity like the one you see here.
21. Mirror, Mirror
The wall of mirrors behind the drop-in tub in this custom bathroom design creates a decidedly unique visual effect.
22. Smart Mirror
Of course, that custom bathroom was enormous. This one uses one small mirror to completely change the sense of space in this small custom bathroom.
23. Super Contemporary
If you’re a person who appreciates contemporary design and style, you’re sure to love the vanity in this custom luxury bathroom.
24. Craftsman Spin
There are a number of design choices in this custom luxury bathroom that give an interesting spin to Craftsman style.
It’s been said before: purple is the color of royalty. That’s what makes the purple area rug such a smart choice for this custom bathroom design.
26. Marble and Black
The white marble with detailing provides a perfect complement to the dark walls in this custom luxury bathroom.
A tile floor like the one you see here is sure to create the aura of luxury you want for your custom bathroom design.
Although conservative in its look, there’s no denying the beauty of this custom luxury bathroom with its dark hardwoods.
To give a unique spin to the design of your custom bathroom, consider uniquely shaped mirrors.
30. Big Tub
While ready-made freestanding tubs are great, wouldn’t you rather have a completely custom tub like this?
31. What A Shower
Not only is the walk-in shower in this custom luxury bathroom amply sized, it’s also quite beautiful!
32. Under Window
As you’ve likely noticed in many of the previous examples, placing your tub below a window is always a wonderful bathroom design idea.
33. Contemporary Rustic
Through its color scheme and cabinetry this custom bathroom adopts a rustic style, however other design elements (like the shower) give it a contemporary spin.
Another way that you can include seating in your custom bathroom design is to select an amply sized ottoman.
35. Look Up
Vaulted ceilings can really change the entire vibe of your custom luxury bathroom design.
36. Cornering A Tub
Another way you can maximize space in your custom luxury bathroom design is to use a corner tub like you see here.
37. Blue And Cream
You’ve got to enjoy the blue and cream color scheme of this awesome custom bathroom, as well as the LED lights that are being used beneath the tub.
The way this contemporary custom bathroom has been designed allows the storage pieces to become attractive design elements.
39. Paint Job
By painting white and green stripes on the wall, this custom bathroom achieves a next level of luxury.
40. Tile Shower
The tile work at the back of this custom bathroom’s walk-in shower is visually striking and appealing.
41. Cool Ceiling
Here you can see a custom bathroom design that’s perfectly minimal, but that gets the right level of drama from its ceiling.
42. Neat Layout
Provided you have a great deal of space for your custom bathroom design, you can pursue interesting layouts like this.
43. Diva’s Bathroom
The ornate nature of this custom luxury bathroom would make it perfect for a celebrity diva!
44. Cool Look
The dark hardwoods and richly colored tile conspire to give this custom bathroom design an unquestionable luxury.
45. Contemporary Conservative
The color choices that have been made in this contemporary custom bathroom design are conservative but deft.
To really complete the look of your custom luxury bathroom design, be sure to match your linen colors to your bathroom’s color scheme.
As you’ve seen a lot can be done with mirrors; but imagine what you can do with a mirrored vanity in your custom bathroom design.
48. Special Sauce
The marbled pattern of the dark orange walls in this custom bathroom is the design’s special sauce.
49. Marble and White
A vase full of tulips is the final bit of décor necessary to complete the look of this white marble custom bathroom design.
You’ve got to love the way that the wainscoting behind the vanity completes the look of this luxury bathroom.
This bathroom does something not often seen – it plays with levels to create an interesting visual effect in vertical space.
52. Unique Touch
While you may go conservative with your overall custom bathroom design, be sure to inflect your personality somewhere. Check out the mirror.
Here you see a tile floor that’s been outlined in black, creating a wonderful sense of space for this custom bathroom design.
For unity of design, you can match the design of your tub or shower to your vanity, as this custom bathroom does.
The tile backsplash in this custom bathroom is the perfect complement to the copper basin sink.
56. Make It Rain
This walk-trough rain shower is a thing of beauty and a totally unique element for this bathroom’s design.
57. Classic Look
This custom luxury bathroom is another stunning example of how well wainscoting can work in these environments.
58. Full Spread
This absolutely enormous custom luxury bathroom provides this homeowner with a gorgeous steam room with a view.
59. All Wood
You’ve got to love the look of this all-wood vanity that’s topped with a contemporary basin sink.
60. Smart Design
Luxury doesn’t have to mean large. Check out how beautiful this smaller bathroom is and how it smartly provides ample storage space.
If you’re fortunate enough to have a skylight in your bathroom, consider placing your tub directly below it.
We love the way in which the tile accent wall draws the eye toward the tub in this railroad-style luxury bathroom.
If you’re concerned about privacy in your bathroom, perhaps you might consider a cordoned off area protected by a curtain in its design.
The light hardwood floors and powder green of this luxury bathroom give the space a decidedly bright vibe.
65. Relax A Bit
If you’re investing that much money in your custom bathroom, don’t you want it to be a space where you can relax?
66. Runner, Runner
There’s a lot to love about this custom luxury bathroom, most especially the Persian runner that leads toward the beautiful drop-in tub.
67. Dream Space
With three low-hanging chandeliers situated above, the black freestanding tub in this design is a perfect place to daydream.
The purple walls above the wainscoting in this custom luxury bathroom draw the eye toward the sloping ceiling.
69. Under Pressure
Pressurized glass can be a smart material to use when separating your walk-in shower from the rest of the bathroom.
70. Hardwood Floors
Although not exceptionally common, hardwood floors (especially those made with reclaimed wood) can be beautiful in a custom bathroom.
To create even more separation between the his and her vanities in your custom bathroom, you can use a wall cabinet like you see here.
72. All White Everything
Silver hardware with an all-white color scheme always creates a luxurious look for a custom bathroom.
73. Black Floor
By melding the black marble floor to the surrounding of the drop-in tub, the dark wood cabinets can really pop.
If you’re worried about peeping neighbors when you’re taking a soak, maybe frosted glass is what you need!
75. Vaulted Lights
Inside of the vaulted ceiling, the recessed lights are a deft choice for this spacious and gorgeous custom bathroom.
With only lights above the vanity providing light, this custom luxury bathroom goes for a decidedly dark vibe.
77. Cabinet Work
With a custom luxury bathroom, the cabinetry will be just as important as the cabinetry in your kitchen.
78. Coastal Beauty
The combination of white and dark hardwood complete the vibe of this coastal style luxury bathroom.
79. Two Floors
You may not notice it at first, but there are two flooring solutions employed (tile and wood) in this bathroom’s design.
80. Floating Wall
There’s a lot to love about this custom luxury bathroom, most especially the floating wall behind the drop-in tub.
81. So Smart
Having a fireplace in your bedroom is great; making it pull double duty for the tub in your custom bathroom is super smart!
82. End To End
Instead of the tub extending out into the room, the walk-in shower does, with the tub placed at the end. It’s a smart layout.
83. Sweet Vanity
Simple in its design, this beautiful vanity achieves it singular look throughout the smart use of materials and lighting.
84. Central Light
Focal points are important. Check out how the center light in this custom luxury bathroom pulls the whole room together.
85. Roman Baths
If you’ve got a think for classic style, then why not go all out? Get a statue that would be fitting in a Roman bath!
86. Calling Attention
Track lights and recessed lights draw the eye toward all of the cool design elements that make up this custom bathroom.
The austere look of this custom luxury bathroom is perfectly completed by the reflectiveness of the marble surfaces.
88. Open Up!
Check out how the window behind the tub opens up to an outdoor patio. Pretty cool, right?
89. Another Smart Design
With two amply sized vanities flaking a cornered tub, this custom bathroom makes smart and efficient use of space.
90. Door Placement
Placing the French doors that open into this bathroom between the two vanities is a smart and visually appealing design choice.
The way in which the tub extends from the massive walk-in shower in this masculine custom bathroom is exceptional!
The tile on the floor of this bathroom creates an outline, one which is mirrored in the mirrors behind the vanity.
93. More Cool Tile Work
With a dark hardwood vanity not attempting to draw attention, the eye naturally goes toward the beautiful tile work on the walls.
94. Touch Of Class
The wood pedestal vanity in this custom luxury bathroom lends the space an undeniable touch of class.
This custom luxury bathroom makes excellent use of lighting to create shadows that add to the space’s drama.
96. Fabric Walls
The grey fabric walls in this custom luxury bathroom offer a perfect counterpart to the dark hardwood of the vanity.
The coffee brown of the hardwood floors in this custom bathroom design is absolutely gorgeous.
98. Sit Between
In a smaller space, you can still grab a sit-down space at your vanity by doing something like this.
We love the way in which the surface pattern on the vanity cabinets works with the marble walls in this custom bathroom design.
Luxurious wallpaper is used to give this custom luxury bathroom its signature gold and cream look.
If you have the opportunity to do so, opening your custom bathroom up to a porch can be a solid design move.
102. Dark Counter
To keep this custom bathroom from being too one note, the designer has selected dark granite countertops.
The long yellow bench, which is paired with the curtains above the window, is a wonderful touch in this custom bathroom design.
104. Gold Crown
In this custom luxury bathroom, a golden chandelier and golden drapes are used to push things over the top in terms of luxury.
If you’re a person who appreciates contemporary style, then you’ve just got to love the curvy shelf above the toilet in this custom design.
106. Exotic Materials
For those who would like their custom bathroom design to have an exotic style, you’ve got to consider exotic materials and patterns.
107. Beautiful Wood
Coffee-colored wood doors and accents (along with under-vanity LED lights) give this bathroom its signature charm.
Made from wainscoting, the arch over the vanity in this custom bathroom design is a thing of beauty.
While many will prefer a simple color scheme for their custom bathroom designs, this example proves that you can be more colorful than that.
It’s worth noting that you can use architectural features to frame the areas where you’ll be placing your tub and shower.
The windows, chandelier and tile work all perfectly fill up this gorgeous custom bathroom’s vertical space.
You’ve seen a lot of tile, but how about the stonework in this absolutely impressive custom bathroom design?
113. Wood Working
There’s a lot to love about this luxury bathroom design, but it’s the vaulted ceiling with wooden beams that totally makes it.
114. Speaking Of…
Vaulted ceilings! Check out how the floating wall and smart use of lighting adds to the drama of this bathroom space.
The look of this custom luxury bathroom is completed by the brown tile work behind the tub which marries the rich wood of the dueling vanities.
When it comes to luxury, you may think ornate. However, this custom bathroom designing demonstrates how much can be done with an economy of materials.
117. An Idea
With your custom bathroom design, why not create a separate room for your tub, one with its own fireplace?
118. Street Fighter
Fans of the popular fighting game “Street Fighter” will know what’s up with this custom bathroom design. Awesome, right?
119. Inside Outside
Although many will prefer to use a separate flooring system for their bathrooms they’re something to be said for keeping things consistent with adjoining rooms and hallways.
120. Island In The Stream
Without a doubt, you want an island in your kitchen. Have you ever considered one for your bathroom, though?
121. Nautical Theme
You don’t have to be a sea captain to appreciate the beauty of this custom bathroom’s nautical theme.
122. Dark Pebbles
With subtle natural light coming from above, the dark theme of this custom luxury bathroom is decidedly masculine. How about those pebble vanities, though?
123. Stretch Out
The clean design of this custom luxury bathroom provides plenty of space to stretch out figuratively and literally.
124. Fill In
With the storage provided by the enormous vanity in this custom bathroom, it would be impossible for things to become cluttered.
125. Dark Blue
You’ve got to appreciate how beautiful the dark blue looks against the pure white of this custom luxury bathroom.
With a luxury master bathroom, you may wish to add an anteroom between your bedroom and the bathroom.
The ample cabinetry, with intricate detailing, arches and recessed lights, adds so much drama to this custom luxury bathroom.
128. Yellow and Wood
For a vibe that straddles the line between brightness and darkness, consider a color scheme like this.
129. Below The Tub
Look at what’s been done with the floor below the claw-foot tub in this custom luxury bathroom.
130. Any Other Room
There are traditions in bathroom design; that’s for sure. But, why not consider design elements that you’d use in any other room in your home?
131. Log Cabin Luxury
Check out this bathroom, which brings unrestrained luxury to the log cabin environment.
132. Make Your Look
Don’t underestimate how much time you spend in the bathroom! When designing the ultimate custom look, be sure to create a style you’ll be happy with for years to come.
208. BEFORE: Closed In and Cramped
One reason you may want to give your master bathroom a complete makeover is that the space may feel cramped and closed in, as this example does.
209. AFTER: Glass and Knocking Down Walls
By knocking down walls and including glass dividers, this master bathroom instantly feels much larger. The luxury touches like the tile backsplash don’t hurt, too!
210. BEFORE: Right Idea, Wrong Colors
There’s not a person alive who wouldn’t love a vanity like this in their master bathroom… Of course, most would prefer different colors.
211. AFTER: Blue and White Makes Things Better
By keeping the bones of the vanity intact but giving them a white and blue look, things instantly feel more inviting. Opting for two mirrors as opposed to one large one helps, too!
212. BEFORE: What On Earth is Going On Here?
The low profile of the various elements in this master bathroom combined with that awful blue color are – well – AWFUL!
213. AFTER: Innovation and Inspiration
Using that awful blue color as an inspiration, this makeover is decidedly contemporary and attractive. We love how the new bath juts out into the space and is attached to the walk-in shower.
214. BEFORE: A Little Too Practical
There’s an element of practicality in having your toilet, sink and shower all in a row… But, it’s also a little bit boring.
215. AFTER: Reimagining the Layout
By completely reimagining the layout of the space, this master bathroom now feels larger and more generously apportioned. The difference is night and day.
216. BEFORE: The 40s Are Alive with Blah
From the bleak yellow tiling, to the one sink on the large vanity, this master bathroom has a decidedly blah 40s vibe.
217. AFTER: Basin Sinks and Spaciousness… Oh My!
The big standout in this master bathroom redesign is the inclusion of two beautiful basin sinks that totally define the space. Of course, there are the other beautiful cosmetic changes, too!
218. BEFORE: Beige for Days
Most often, the kinds of master bathrooms that are going to be in the most dire need of an upgrade are those that feature an inspired beige color scheme.
219. AFTER: New Color, New Layout
That ugly corner shower has been moved and changed to a glass-enclosed one, while the old shower space becomes a walk-in closet. Oh, and there’s the new beautiful blue and white color scheme, too!
220. BEFORE: You’ll Never Guess What’s Next…
Absolutely everything about this master bathroom is incredibly dated, right down to the wall heater in front of the toilet…
221. AFTER: Would You Have Imagined?
Would you have ever guessed that the master bathroom you saw before could be converted into something like this, which is at once sumptuous and modern? We didn’t think so…
222. An Irregular Space
With steep-sloping ceilings like this, it’s hard to imagine how anyone even managed to fit a bathroom into this attic.
223. Getting “Creative”
Taking a closer look, though, you can see the “creative” solutions that were deployed to fit a bathroom into this space.
224. A Tucked-In Shower
Looking back across the bathroom from the other direction, you can check out the shower. How can anyone even fit in that thing?
225. Taking the Overview
This drawing shows the current arrangement of the bathroom you were just looking at. It looks even more cramped on paper!
226. And Now a New Direction
By moving the shower, and replacing the vanity and the toilet, this entire bathroom space is entirely opened up.
227. Getting the Room
Here’s a look at the bathroom after demo was started. As you can see, things are going to be completely transformed!
228. Toward the Shower
This photo comes from essentially the same angle as the first photo. Now, though, you’re looking toward the enclosed shower space.
229. Closer to the Shower
To maximize the space within the shower, a rain shower is used. As you can see, the subway tiles help to make the shower bright and inviting.
230. An Inside Look
Built-in shelves within the shower offer plenty of space for storage, and the grey and white tiles on the floor add some nice visual contrast.
231. Unique Storage Solution
Back in the main bathroom area, two farmhouse doors are used to create a small cubby in which hampers can be stored.
232. The Vanity
The open bottom of the beautiful wood vanity helps to preserve a sense of openness in the space, while also adding some industrial charm.
233. Basin Sink
Adding to the classiness of this renovated bathroom’s design, the choice of a basin sink with a wall faucet is a wonderful touch.
234. Hidden Toilet
The wall behind the vanity actually conceals the toilets location within the bathroom, adding a nice sense of privacy.
235. Sneaky Storage
Here you can get a closer look at the toilet and the charming wall art on the brick wall. But the real standout is the sneaky storage solution that’s been built into the dividing wall.
236. Contemporary Mid-Century
You’ve got to love this floating vanity setup that has a deliciously contemporary and Mid-Century vibe to it.
237. Black Floors
The black and austere floors in this large master bathroom are the perfect complement to the pedestal sinks.
238. Corner Shower
Forget about getting that corner office, because you can have a spacious corner walk-in shower like this one!
239. Corner Tub
Or, if you’d prefer, you can always opt for the corner tub, which is absolutely perfect for soaking.
240. Big Walk-In
Having a big walk-in shower like this is a luxury that you’re sure to appreciate in your large master bathroom.
241. Granite Countertops
You know that granite countertops aren’t just cool in the kitchen these days, right? They work in the master bathroom, too!
242. Wonderful Tile Work
This large master bathroom does an excellent job of using tile work to create a striking visual appeal.
In this large master bathroom, wallpapering is used to create a luscious and subdued vibe.
244. Wood and Subway Tile
The combination of wood and subway tile in this large master bathroom is something that screams luxury.
245. Split Vanity
When space allows for it, having a split vanity is something that both he and she will appreciate.
246. Smart Lighting
In a larger master bathroom, it’s important to use lighting in order to really create drama in the look.
247. Luxury and Refinement
Absolutely every element of this delicious master bathroom contributes to an aura of luxury and refinement.
248. Center Island
Whoever said that center island were only for your kitchen clearly didn’t know what he or she was talking about!
249. Center Tub
If you don’t need that counter space in your master bathroom, then the middle of the room could be the perfect place for a tub.
250. Charming Tile Work
The blue and green tiles in this large master bathroom create a vibe that’s definitely cheerful.
251. Wainscoting Galore
Holy wainscoting, Batman! But, you’ve got to admit that it creates a wonderful beachside-house-like vibe.
The use of that rich wood overhead in the walk-in shower here is something that really makes an impression.
253. Red Tile Accent
When you have a larger master bathroom space, you may need to consider design elements like accent walls.
254. Lovely Vanities
The navy blue of the split vanities in this master bathroom is something that feels so lush and luxurious.
255. Separate Rooms
Having things laid out so that your toilet and shower are in completely separate rooms is something you’re sure to appreciate in a large master bathroom.
256. Split Vanity
When you really need his and hers space in the bathroom, you may wish to go with the split vanity.
257. Serene Tub
If you want a master bathroom that’s going to have that spa-like atmosphere, you may wish to create a serene spot for the tub.
258. Great Tile Work
The thing that really stands out about this master bathroom is the brilliant tile work that went into it.
259. Walk-In Shower
You’ve got to love the beautiful but simple walk-in shower for this stunning master bathroom.
260. Clean and Classic
Those who want to have a classic look in their master bathroom will find plenty of inspiration in this example.
261. The Simple Walk-In
When you have a bathroom that’s this gorgeous on its own, you don’t want to detract from that look with your walk-in shower.
262. Color Coordination
With a mix of different materials, this master bathroom does an excellent job of coordinating colors.
263. Big Shower
If you want a master bathroom that’s good for relaxing, a massive walk-in shower like this can be just the thing.
264. Natural Light
While preserving your privacy, it’s important to get as much natural light into your master bathroom as possible.
265. Plenty of Space
If you have lots of space to work with, then you can do some really interesting things with master bathroom designs.
266. Pure White
The combination of white and marble in this master bathroom creates an unmistakable luxurious look.
267. Neat Flourish
The way that the floor continues up the wall beneath the drop-in tub is a unique touch for this master bathroom design.
268. Simple and Elegant
Though simple in its design, there’s no denying the elegant luxuriousness of this master bathroom design.
269. Separate Spaces
Rather than just splitting the vanity up in your master bathroom, you can create entirely separate spaces.
270. Two Sides
Alternatively, you can go for a layout like this, where the room is split down the middle.
271. Lots to See
Those who want a flavor for the ultra luxurious will find plenty to check out in this master bathroom design.
The way that the vanities are divided by the walk-in shower in this master bathroom is totally smart!
Do remember that the flooring you choose for your master bathroom will in large part determine its vibe.
274. Do Something Bold
In that vein, check out what was done with the tile work on the floor of this stunning master bathroom.
275. Blue and Grey
The blue and grey color scheme of this master bathroom creates a decidedly chill vibe.
276. Next Steps
With ample space, this beautiful master bathroom might seem spare, if not for that wonderful rug that’s used in front of the vanity.
277. Accent Wall
The beautiful, curved tile wall that divides the main bathroom space from the walk-in shower takes the idea of an “accent wall” to new heights.
278. Pure White
A mix of different materials has been used to add the right level of vibrancy to this beautiful all-white master bathroom.
279. Light Blue
With light blue walls and white crown molding, the dark wood of the dueling vanities is the perfect choice for this master bathroom.
280. Basin Love
Those who want to have a contemporary vibe in their beautiful master bathrooms would be well advised to go with basin sinks for the vanity.
281. Tile Work
A good mason can do amazing things with tile! It’s the backsplash and the walk-in shower that really set this master bathroom apart.
282. Bright and Open
There’s a lot to love about this beautiful master bathroom, which uses a white and beige color scheme and glass cabinets to create a sense of openness.
283. Dark Fire
The dark color scheme of this master bathroom will appeal to those who want something more masculine, but the real standout is the fireplace by the drop-in tub.
284. Vanity Island
The island in this master bathroom, which provides the space with its vanity, is a unique, rewarding and beautiful design touch.
285. Classic Luxury
Those who want a master bathroom that has a class, luxurious look will find plenty of inspiration here.
286. Complementary Materials
Note how the granite countertops in this master bathroom are perfectly complemented by the color of the stone floor tiles.
287. Light and Dark
The combination of dark, grey walls and a white vanity unity adds a sense of dimension and space to this smaller master bathroom design.
The stone wall behind the vanity ads texture to the contemporary and dark design of this stunning master bathroom.
289. Classic Colors
The white and deeper blue of this beautiful master bathroom are a classic combination. They work, as you might expect, wonderfully.
290. Vertical Space
Although not common, vaulted ceilings can be things of wonder in a master bathroom design.
291. Square Lines
Using a variety of materials, this beautiful master bathroom with perfectly square lines achieves a contemporary elegance that’s hard to ignore.
292. Open Shower
You can add a sense of charm to your master bathroom by using a glass-enclosed walk-in shower that features vibrant colors and tile work.
The minimalism and clean lines of this stunning master bathroom contribute to a wonderful sense of Zen-like calm.
294. Mosaic Tile
For the ultimate in visual excitement in a beautiful master bathroom, consider going with mosaic tile walls.
When including a stand-alone tub as part of your master bathroom design, always consider making it the center of attention in the space.
296. Tub Room
Can you imagine having a soak in this master bathroom’s tub, which is built into its own blue-tiled room?
297. Have a Seat
While you might not ordinarily think of including a seating area in your master bathroom design, it can be a rewarding design choice if done right.
With a walk-in shower built into the center of the space, this master bathroom adopts an unusual U shape.
299. More Than Business
A master bathroom isn’t just a place for taking care of “business”, it can be a relaxing sanctuary. So, pay attention to smart design, and build a space that’s thoroughly your own!
If you’re a person who’s all business in the morning, then perhaps you might enjoy an updated, modern master bathroom?
If you’ve got the space to allow for it, there’s so much you can do with your master bathroom design. Check out the luxury of this one!
Speaking of space, if you have it, then there’s nothing stopping you from locating a tub right in the middle of the room!
The inventive shower / tub area in this master bathroom is highly functional and attractive, making efficient use of space.
While many people are opting for a contemporary design for their master bathrooms these days, there’s nothing wrong with going rustic.
304. An Oasis
With the small window overhead, the tub in this master bathroom is an oasis away from the rest of the home.
305. An Island
Speaking of an oasis, there’s no rule that says islands are only for your kitchen. Check out this stunning master bathroom design!s7
The dark granite countertops in this master bathroom design offer a nice contrast that adds a sense of drama and space.
When designing the ultimate master bathroom, pay close attention to the quality and attractiveness of the cabinetry you select.
This awesome master bathroom is a stunning example of the level of serenity that simplicity in design can afford.
309. His and Hers
Even with a small space, you can do a lot with your master bathroom design. Check out how attractive the his-and-hers sinks are in this one!
Now, no one said that the “his sink” needs to be right next to the “hers sink” in your master bathroom design.
311. A Touch
The use of natural hardwoods in the cabinetry of this master bathroom adds just a touch of the rustic to this otherwise contemporary design.
Incorporating curved lines into you master bathroom design can serve to create a space that’s entirely unique and inviting.
313. Black and White
The color scheme of this master bathroom design creates a space that’s as simple as it is refined and elegant.
314. Good Morning
The design choices of this refined master bathroom are perfect for someone who looks forward to greeting the morning sun.
315. The Pedestal Tub
If your master bathroom has the space to allow for it, there are few things more arresting than the sight of a beautiful pedestal tub.
This is yet another design that proves there’s a lot that can be done with even the smallest master bathroom.
Although this master bathroom is already large, the facing mirrors make the room seem positively cavernous.
Depending upon how long your morning or evening routine takes, you may wish to consider adding seating to your master bathroom design.
Even though this master bathroom is railroad style, the large mirror over the sinks makes it appear wider than it really is.
320. Shower Time
Do you enjoy your shower time in the morning? Then it’s a virtual must to add seating inside your master bathroom’s shower.
If you’re going with a contemporary design for your master bathroom, then you should consider white surfaces and a lack of adornments.
322. Express Yourself!
Let’s face it; we all spend a lot of time in the bathroom! Make sure that your master bathroom design is something that offers the functionality you need, while also reflecting your personality.
323. Freestanding Tub
The clean lines of the freestanding tub are a perfect complement to the contemporary design of this luxury bathroom.
324. Wood Floors
You’ve just got to love the rustic wood floors that are used in this luxury bathroom. And how about those reflective tiles in the shower?
325. Built-In Fireplace
The built-in electric fireplace next to this tub is a thoroughly luxurious and comfortable touch.
326. Marble Everything
The large mirror used in this luxury bathroom design really allows the ample marble to do its work.
327. Space and More Space
If you’ve got the floor space to allow for it, you can create a relaxing oasis like this bathroom does.
For the ultimate in luxury for your bathroom design, consider adopting the neo-classical style.
A three-sided tub allows enough space for two people, which might be just the thing you want for your luxury bathroom.
330. Retractable Wall
In this luxury bathroom, you can see that a retractable wall that opens up to the bedroom has been added above the tub.
The brown and beige glass tiles used to surround the tub perfectly complement the color scheme of this luxury bathroom.
332. Make It Yours
For functionality, this bathroom has a shower room with two separate heads, perfect for two people that live life on the go!
333. French Country
This luxury bathroom design incorporates enough design elements to make a French king blush.
By using reflective surfaces in your luxury bathroom design, you can really capture and accentuate natural light.
This bathroom has two vanities, one that functions as a sink area, and another that functions as a pure vanity.
When trying to create a luxury feel for your bathroom design, pay close attention to the flooring you choose.
337. Just Wow
This luxury bathroom would be able to relax you even after the most stressful of days. Ahh!
This luxury bathroom makes use of a floating wall between the vanity and the tub to create separation in the space.
339. Lighting and Ventilation
In this luxury bathroom, you can get a good look at the ceiling. See how there are ample lights and plenty of ventilation? It’s important!
340. Dueling Vanities
The two vanities in this bathroom are tied together by the rug that lies between them. And how about that tub beneath the window?
To make your luxury bathroom as functional as possible, consider adding a place where you can sit down.
342. Accent Wall
The accent wall above the tub in this luxury bathroom adds a great sense of drama to the space.
This luxury bathroom design incorporates Craftsman elements to supremely amazing effect.\
Anyone that appreciates contemporary and urban design will love the look of this luxury bathroom.
345. Pure Craftsman
If you’re going for a Craftsman style overall within your home, then you’ll love this luxury bathroom design.
While not for everyone, this luxury bathroom features a design and style that’s incredibly distinctive and unique.
347. Stone and Wood
Here you have an example of a luxury bathroom design that combines stone and wood to stunning effect.
348. Ample Color
This luxury bathroom design adopts a mid-century style that makes use of ample color.
349. Reclaimed Wood
If you’ve got the budget for it, using reclaimed wood in the design of your bathroom could be just the thing!
350. Size Doesn’t Matter
A bathroom doesn’t have to be huge to feel luxurious. It just needs to meet your specific needs while adopting a style that appeals to your sensibilities.
351. Marble Everything
If you’re trying to capture that luxury look in your bathroom design, then you’ve got to consider marble surfaces.
To really increase the luxury level of this design, a gas fireplace has been incorporated into the floating wall between the bathroom and the bedroom.
Although massive enough already, the reflective glass and marble surfaces of this luxury bathroom make the space appear even larger.
354. Deep Blue
There’s no denying that the deep blue color palate of this luxury bathroom is a smart and rewarding choice.
355. Window, Window
Having a window that opens from the tub into the bedroom is a unique choice for this luxury master bathroom design.
356. Dark and Wood
Dark surfaces on the wall and light wood floors and cabinets add a sense of dimension to this beautiful and contemporary luxury bathroom.
357. An Island
This luxury bathroom turns the idea of what a bathroom can be on its head! Check out the island that the tub is on.
358. Stone Floors
In order to achieve a decidedly more dark and masculine vibe, this luxury bathroom uses stone floors with dark wood surfaces.
Another way to make your luxury bathroom truly special is to incorporate multiple levels and elevations into the design.
Naturally, incorporating a chandelier like this into your bathroom design is really going to up the luxury level.
361. Got Lost
With mirrors all around, we have to imagine that it’s entirely possible to “get lost” in this luxury bathroom design.
It’s important to remember that “luxury” doesn’t always mean “gaudy”, especially when it comes to bathrooms – which are all about functionality!
If you’re fortunate enough to have high angled ceilings for your luxury bathroom, then we hope you make use of them like this bathroom does.
364 K.I.S.S. Rule
Hey! Here’s another example of a luxury bathroom that understands simplicity is sometimes best.
Another material that screams luxury for bathroom design is mosaic tile. Check out how well it’s used here.
Fans of neoclassical style will find a lot to love in this luxury bathroom. Also, check out the under-vanity lighting.
The style of this luxury bathroom design has been crafted to invoke the idea of yacht life.
368. Bring It Out
In order to bring out all the luxury touches you incorporate into your bathroom design, you’re going to have to make smart lighting choices.
369. Accent Wall
With understated elegance, this bathroom design makes a number of smart choices to create the luxury vibe. Check out the vanity accent wall made of marble.
370. Basin Sink
You’ve probably noticed already, but we’ll point it out: The basin sink is a solid choice for a luxury bathroom.
371. Natural Light
As with any other kind of bathroom, you want to incorporate natural light into a luxury bathroom as much as possible.
372. Wood, Marble and Glass
Dark wood, dark marble floors and pressurized glass come together in order to give this luxury bathroom a decidedly masculine feel.
The glass-encased walk-in shower is the crowning achievement of this stunningly modern luxury bathroom.
It’s hard to tell if this design is more Zen garden or if it’s more luxury bathroom. What do you think?
375. Dressing Area
There’s a lot to envy in this luxury bathroom design, perhaps most especially the dressing area you see in the back.
If you have the space for it, consider diving the bathing area from the vanity area in your luxury bathroom design.
377. Small Choices
With a smaller bathroom, you’ll want to build a beautiful vanity in order to achieve the level of luxury that you’re after.
378. Massive Shower
Here, you have an example of a luxury bathroom that provides ample shower space for two people to get ready in the morning.
379. Freestanding Tub
In contemporary luxury bathroom design, the freestanding tub is becoming the “it thing” to have.
380. That View
Hey, if you’re fortunate enough to have a view like this, then you really don’t need to do much in order to achieve the luxury bathroom look.
381. Exposed Brick
Against the white exposed brick, this slight dark wood vanity is a solid design choice for this luxury bathroom.
In a luxury bathroom with high ceilings, it’s important that you don’t forget the drapes. They help fill out the space vertically.
Can you think of a better bathroom to enter in the morning than this luxury one with the greenery just without the huge glass window?
384. Wait a Second…
At first blush, you might think this room is a bedroom, but no… It’s a highly fashionable and feminine luxury bathroom!
With the slatted wood wall in back, it’s hard to argue with the geometric attractiveness of this stunning luxury bathroom.
The copper wall behind the vanity in this dark half-bathroom is a stunning choice that’s truly luxurious.
Never underestimate what a luxury it is to have a place in your bathroom where you can sit down.
388. Wood Floors
Dark wood floors with a freestanding tub all to itself can be an incredible look for your luxury bathroom design.
389. Slatted Wall
The slatted wall that you see at left in this luxury bathroom design is a rewarding choice. Don’t you think?
390. More Lighting
Check out how this luxury bathroom achieves a completely singular look thanks to interesting lighting choices.
The choices that have been made in the design of this luxury bathroom are with an eye toward preserving openness in the space.
392. Double Duty
Given the way this luxury bathroom has been styled, you might not even notice that it doubles as a laundry room!
Even if you’re not a fan of the color choices, it’s hard to argue with the beauty of the curved lines in this luxury bathroom.
394. Big Ottoman
In order to fill out the space (and add functionality) in this luxury bathroom, a large circular ottoman has been incorporated.
395. Like a Kitchen
We think it’s pretty cool how the layout of this luxury bathroom takes some notes from contemporary kitchen design.
Here you can see an example of a luxury bathroom that makes smart color choices in order to preserve a sense of brightness.
397. Wood Tub
When money is no object, you can have whatever you want! For example, check out the wood tub in this luxury bathroom!
398. Delicious Modernity
The exposed wood and square freestanding tub complete the deliciously modern feel of this deliciously luxurious bathroom design.
Even in a powder room, you can make smart choices with your accessories in order to capture the luxurious feel you’re going for.
400. Blue Blue Blue
Although unconventional, it’s hard to deny that the blue countertops in this luxury bathroom add a sense of charm.
401. So Smart
The way in which this luxury bathroom has been laid out is so smart. It’s the perfect place to soak, relax and unwind.
When it comes to incorporating a drop-in tub, consider the different tile patterns you can use to set it apart.
This luxury bathroom design has a style that would be at home in the 1920s, while at the same time incorporating modern design choices.
Admit it; you totally want to jump in the tub of this luxury bathroom with exposed wood, don’t you?
This stunning luxury bathroom incorporates a number of the design choices that we’ve been talking about. Can you spot them all?