Like most women, I love a long soak in the tub. Add a glass (or two) of wine and a good book, and I am in heaven. Because of this, we spent a little more money on our master bathroom than we had initially planned. But it is worth it. Luxury bathroom ideas come in all designs to suit all spaces.
Here are some bathroom design ideas to help you plan your beautiful new bathroom.
Bathroom With A Million Dollar View
If you are lucky enough to have a great view from your home, why not take advantage of it. I would love to take a long bath looking out into the world. Our home is in the city and surrounded by neighbors, so a view is not an option. But I can dream…
This beautiful antique clawfoot tub is perfectly positioned to look out on the forest outside. The indoor plants give a feel that you are already outdoors.
This would be a perfect place to relax on a rainy day.
The large floor to ceiling windows gives a 180-degree view of the city skyline and the surrounding forest. The large mirror adds to the feeling that you are out in the natural world.
This tub would be a romantic place to watch the sunset over the city.
This highrise apartment has incredible city views. The floor to ceiling windows looks over the skyline from the hot tub style tub.
This luxurious bathroom would be the perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life.
The freestanding bathtub looks out into the forest. I can imagine myself taking a bath during a winter snowstorm.
This minimalist bathroom would be the perfect place to observe mother nature.
Here we have another incredible forest view. This wooden loft uses wood in the vanity, and the large window gives clear views of the outside world. The designer has perfectly blended the wood elements throughout the room.
Black And White Luxury Bathroom
Black and white are one of the favorite color schemes for designers. The contrast between the two makes for striking rooms. Our master bathroom has this decor, and I love it.
The black and white floor tiles make me think of Alice in Wonderland. Along with the antique lighting fixtures, this design is amazing.
Everything in this room is black and white, from the floor to the tub; everything matches the style.
I really like the large basin and soaking tub in this room. This bathroom remodels great use of a small space to deliver a bold design. The large tub will provide the space you need to bathe and relax.
The shower and bath are pure white with an accent of black on the floor tile. The chrome fittings match the decor perfectly.
Freestanding tubs are all the rage at the moment, but built-ins are coming back. Here are three examples of bathrooms with built-in tubs that are perfect for relaxing in.
With a bottle of wine at one end, this is the perfect bath for me. The rectangular surround covered in mosaic tile would be the perfect place to rest my glass.
With the sitting area and natural warm light coming through the windows, this is a very romantic room.
The marble and granite in this room and the view reminded me of a stately southern home. This large house has five large restrooms, but this one is my favorite.
This built-in sunken tub has soothing water jets to melt away your aches and pains.
With room for two, it is the perfect place bathing experience to relax and reconnect.
A splash of color can add a lot to a room. While most bathrooms are lacking in color, these rooms show what can be achieved when adding color.
The light blue of the vanity and cupboards blend perfectly with the marble wall tiles.
I enjoy the intricate pattern in the tile of the backsplash and the shower.
The red walls and the white tub make this quite a striking room. The contemporary minimalism of this room could be a little off-putting.
I do admit, and I love hexagonal tiles. This striking modern design leads to an incredible bathing and showering experience.
Modern Luxury Style
Modern bathrooms can come in any style. These two glamorous rooms are quite different and match the personality of the homeowner.
The statement lighting above the vanity compliments the industrial style of this. The irregularly shaped black tiles are contrasted by the white tile you can see in the mirror.
Now, this is a glam bathroom. The bathtub’s mirror tiles and the plush purple velvet of the furniture say a lot about the owner’s personality.
With a glamorous room like this, I imagine the homeowner looks great all the time.
I have probably said it a few times already, but I love a long soak in the tub. Gone are the days of old boring bathtubs. Here are some modern designs.
This large freestanding tub gets rid of the problem of your head or feet hitting the faucet. Designed to envelop your body, it is perfect for those long relaxing soaks.
This large tub gets bathed in natural light from the two large skylight windows. This is a great example of using your attic space for a new luxury bathroom.
The feature wall gives a feeling of being in a cave. I would imagine when the water is flowing from the faucet, it would feel just like a waterfall.
The marble walls and flooring surround this large soaking tub. With room for two, this is a bathroom to enjoy.
Sometimes it is the simple things that add the most luxury and character to a room. Some products make a statement of luxury.
This antique clawfoot tub with gold fittings is a beautifully simple addition to the room. Along with the potted plants, it is an elegant feature.
This stone basin is matched by the other fixtures and looks stunning. This simple addition elevates the entire bathroom.
The double shower and subway tile are the features of this elegant room. The large mirror has a gold frame that adds to the luxurious feel.
I hope you liked these luxury bathroom ideas. Having a luxurious space to relax in is important and can help you unwind. After writing this, I think I have earned a good long soak and a glass or two of wine (or is it too early for wine).