You think that your lifeless master bathroom needs to get a revamp immediately, but what is this? Did you just say you are stuck with the existing boring insight? Fret not! We have a list of gorgeous ideas ready for you.
In fact, most homeowners and interior designers spend considerable time discussing the perfect designs for the living room, the master bedroom, and the dining area.
Master bathrooms are, however, nowhere in question on the apparently well-thought-out renovation list!
Well, this list of intriguing decoration ideas is the perfect twist for those of you who believe renovation doesn’t stop at your bathroom doorknob. Know that you can have your very own beautiful master bathroom to show off the next time you leer at some fantastic bathroom interiors!
Read on to know how.
If you’ve got a little more twirl room for creativity (and a free evening) to revamp your master bathroom design, then go down this road. Curved fancy tiles define the shower as their own point of departure, and given that the rest of the room is essentially in white and blue, they definitely spice up the spot. Pro tip: Use dimensioned tile, whether it’s a textured finish or just an irregular shape. The said tile’s glossy coating makes it even more eye-catching.
Art not just has a place in the living room or bedroom. A well-decorated master bathroom often features works of art to accompany the style of its décor. You can use soft artwork for a relaxed look if you are more inclined towards a calming style. Use a theme or at least a design to pull off a look like this, so the artwork is integrated. In this case, architectural art in warm wicker puts the comfortable look together.
Why do you pedicure on the toilet when you can do it on your very own throne? Bring in a perch to your master bath – whether it’s a tufted ottoman, an ornately carved armchair, or just a comfortable stool. A mixture of raw wood and soft upholstery provides depth and dimension for a well-balanced scene against hard tile and stone. Plus, the accent not only looks luxurious, but it also feels fantastic.
Portraits in the master bathroom are always a favorite. This family portraits gallery wall almost reads as one item, thanks to the tight color scheme in which all the pieces match.
One tiny but important thing that will help to give your master bathroom the cozy farmhouse-style décor you’ve always wanted is to add the mirror that could have a plain wooden frame, maybe one made of recycled wood for more personality. A couple of small open shelves could change the mood too.
Flowers are the perfect master bathroom décor for your home. Just think about it: an arrangement of springtime flowers –tulips, for instance – load a tropical punch, and as they are often featured in luxury spas, make you feel like you’ve checked in for a leisure day. Tulips are a great choice for those looking to add elegant flowers to their bathroom to make their space a little more contemporary.
It’s actually really easy to tile in a herringbone pattern to spice up the lifeless walls of your master bathroom. You just need some long and thin white subway tiles like these, and then you arrange them in a diagonal pattern. White herringbone tiles can be used on almost every surface within the bathroom. Here’s one of the great examples of how the tile can be used in your room.
In case you do have a large master bathroom, and you’re questioning what you can do to: 1. add some extra storage, and 2. create a focal point for the empty space, then a bathroom island trend may be your answer. This might not be for everyone, but imagine how beautiful it would be for a second. Bathroom islands certainly bring drama to the design.
More and more people use ladders in their master bath décor. Big or small, they work outdoors and indoors. One of the simplest uses of vintage ladders is to prop up against a wall and drape items on the rungs. You can choose to display your favorite item in your beautiful room or hang pretty embroidered towels, as seen above.
Small shelves, which are great for decorating the master bathroom, help arrange all things, towels, and bath accessories. Space-saving and innovative, these shelves can be modified to create small storage spaces – featuring an addition of wheels to make them portable. The decorative and practical bathroom shelves are smart storage solutions to customize your master bathroom design.
An easy piece of décor, such as a monogrammed piece, can add flavor and your own personal touch to the master bathroom without being too overwhelming. This is a great addition to any home with a traditional or contemporary vision in mind. You could always have your initials made into a decal to accent your bathroom shelves. This works for singles, but it can still work for the family’s name too!
Bath towels are a great place for adding a certain personality to your master bath. A little more feminine than an intricate script, this delicate monogram would be ideal for a master bathroom or a lady’s bath. Don’t forget to think about your colors. The light gray which stands out against the solid white provides is a trendier and more elegant look.
The mosaic tile was practically made for the master bathroom. It installs easily. It doesn’t require lots of cutting. And because it’s so colorful, it enlivens drab spaces. The only downside of the mosaic in the shower is that it introduces more grout, which may need cleaning. To prevent this exhaustive job, you may need to be adamant about cleaning your tub.
Oval mirrors are a popular choice for decorating a master bathroom. By their very definition, oval mirrors produce a visually smooth and organic flow on the wall before you as you carry out your many tasks. And yet, while promoting serenity, an oval elongation provides a subtle sophistication and allows you to see more of your body’s length in an oval mirror than in a circle.
Rugs do double duty in the master bathroom: they add to the décor and keep you from slipping and fracturing a hip when you get out of the tub. You may also go for a few smaller, decorative rugs if your master bathroom is big enough. If you aren’t a fan of the toilet-wrapping rugs, you can simply place a small bathroom mat in front of the toilet.
While most people may already think it’s a daring moment to have a bench inside a master bath, it can also be subtle. When it comes to a delicate touch, you want an elegant bench to put in. Place it within your bathroom, enabling it to be the room’s main focus but in a subtle way. You can always choose a corner bench to make the room feel streamlined.
Sure, the shower mats can change your master bath look and feel, but they also contain mildew and the nasty smell of a wet towel. Fortunately, there are teak mats that boast a long list of benefits. Not only are they aesthetically pleasing, but they stand up to water, stain, and mildew, too. Now, after knowing all these greatness, is there still any reason why wouldn’t you switch to a shower teak mat?
A turquoise bathroom has a timeless and captivating interior. With some turquoise accent pieces here and there, a master bathroom will always feel luxurious and mesmerizing. Since it has many shades and all of them seem playful, you might want to pick one shade that suits your bathroom best. For a peaceful atmosphere, a softer shade of turquoise is a splendid choice.
If your master bathroom is tiny, but you just want to bask in on a hit of Zen, add a rustic stool to the tub. Typically it’s made of wood, perfect for those who want more of a Zen touch to the décor. In addition, couple it with matching furniture to really make a difference.
Plants that love humidity are ideal for the master bathroom, making selecting your new plant a very straightforward process. We recommend the Peace Lily, Air Plants, and Begonia as the best houseplants for your bathroom because they thrive in damp, warm temperatures. If you don’t have much floor space, hang your plants. Consider the use of plant stands to bring the greenery up to eye level.
Hanging wooden wall signs inside the master bath is the hottest new decorating trend that most homeowners love dearly. Nothing says rustic farmhouse like a wood sign, right? You can find it at most home stores and high-end department stores. They might not be cheap, but if you are into DIY, we recommend you to make your own great rustic décor than spend hundreds buying something mass-produced. If you have a few old boards or better yet, some pallets, you have just about everything you need to get started.
Bath rugs allow you to have a little fun with color in the master bathroom. You do want to ensure that, however, the one you choose compliments both the tone and feel of the room. If you are aiming for a relaxing spa-like feel, then you will want to opt for calm and warm nature-like colors such as browns and beiges, as seen on the weathered rug placed in front of the vanity of the bathroom above.
Whether you have a small or large window in your master bathroom, take full advantage of it and place a bench underneath it. It creates a seat while giving you a personal space that you get to sit and relax in. Bring in an upholstered bench and some throws in matching colors to add some personality that makes the room feel sleek with a load of character.