So, you find yourself on the precipice of having the master bathroom that you’ve always wanted. It’s generous in terms of space, there’s plenty of vanity area to be enjoyed, and the shower’s nothing to scoff at either. But, there’s one thing missing. You look at that master bathroom, and you say to yourself, “It’s almost there… It’s just needs that extra oomph!”
Well, we know what that extra oomph is, and so do you. You need a soaking tub. The reason is simple. When it comes to luxuriating in your own home, there’s nothing better than climbing into a soaking tub full of hot water – especially if you’ve got a glass of fine wine in hand.
That’s why we’ve scoured the Internet looking for luxury master bathrooms that incorporate soaking tubs. As you’ll see below in the 24 examples we’ve found, there are a number of different ways in which a soaking tub can be incorporated into a luxury master bathroom’s design. And, there are different shapes and sizes of soaking tub that you should consider!
Anyway, we know you’re convinced. You need a soaking tub in your master bathroom. So, come see what these homeowners did, and see if one of their ideas can spark an idea of your own!
When you include a soaking tub in a luxury master bathroom, always consider placing it beneath the windows. Think of how relaxing that is!
2. Side Ottoman
When you’re soaking in the tub, you might want a drink. So why not put an ottoman right next to it?
3. At An Angle
You don’t always have to square off your soaking tub. Instead, you can set it at an angle like you see here.
4. Open Space
This luxury master bathroom really accentuates its open space by placing the soaking tub along the wall.
5. Not Freestanding
The drop-in soaking tub can work wonderfully, particularly if it’s tied into the overall design of the master bathroom nicely.
6. On Its Own
Check out how this luxury master bathroom includes an area that’s solely dedicated to the soaking tub.
7. Drawing The Eye
In this luxury master bathroom, a unique light fixture draws the eye toward the soaking tub at the far end of the room.
8. High Edges
If you really want to get your soak on, make sure that the tub you select has high edges for laying back.
The square soaking tub used in this bathroom is mirrored in the square tiles, completing the contemporary style.
You’ve got to love the monolithic style of the tall soaking tub used in this wonderful master bathroom.
11. Art and Décor
Using art and décor around the soaking tub in a luxury master bathroom can really increase the relaxing atmosphere.
12. Art Deco
How can you not love the art deco styling of this luxury master bathroom with soaking tub at center?
13. Framed In
One way to really separate a soaking tub in your master bathroom is to frame it in as this wonderful bathroom does.
14. Low Profile
The low profile of the soaking tub of this generously sized luxury master bathroom is perfect for getting in and out.
15. Squared Off
Soaking tubs can work wonderfully in masculine bathrooms, too! Especially if they use square lines like this one does.
Fans of traditional master bathroom styling will find a lot to love about the way the soaking tub has been incorporated into this design.
If you’re using a free-standing soaking tub, consider highlighting it by changing the flooring beneath it.
Alternatively, you can consider using the flooring material to actually build the tub, which creates an interesting look!
19. Spa Like
In this master bathroom, the homeowner has attempted to create a look that’s reminiscent of a world-class spa.
20. Wood Floors
For a simple, relaxing and Zen-like design, consider using wood floors and clean lines. Here, it really makes the soaking tub stand out!
21. Tucked In
If you want to be alone while you’re soaking, consider tucking the tub into an alcove as this luxury master bathroom does.
The claw-foot tub at the end of this luxury master bathroom is perfect for its Craftsman styling.
23. A Whole Unit
Built-in along the same wall and with the same materials as the shower, this soaking tub is incorporated beautifully into the design.
24. Accent Wall
Look at how the black accent wall in this luxury master bathroom accentuates the lines of the white soaking tub.