Dreaming about the perfect master bathroom? Whether you’re building a new house, remodeling your current master bath, or just musing on your dream home, we have nine master bathroom examples from Instagram that you’re bound to fall for.
All-White Master Bathroom
All-white bathroom design originated in the Victorian era, and it hasn’t gone out of style since. A white color scheme makes for a fresh, clean look and adds energy to the space — an essential for beginning your day on a high note.
This master bathroom ups its vintage charm even further with elongated hex tiles, a unique black paned shower door, and gold hardware and lighting fixtures.
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Black and White Master Bathroom
Black and white is a classic color combination that makes itself at home in any decor, including your master bath. This bathroom offers a modern twist on the traditional black and white hexagon tile flooring, adding black outlines to the white tiles rather than alternating between the colors. We love that the flooring pattern is the same inside and out of the shower, making the bathroom look even more spacious.
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Arabesque Master Bathroom
For a master bathroom design with a nod to Islamic design, cover your space in this beautiful arabesque tile. The pastel coral and gray shades make for an ethereal yet strong bathroom vibe. Finishing off the space are a freestanding oval tub, generous round basin, and a globe pendant light that echo the curves of the arabesque tiles.
Green Master Bathroom
This master bathroom makes us green with envy. The jade green tile, bathtub, and walls are instantly alluring, making any other decor elements unnecessary. Warm stone-look tile flooring adds a nice contrast with the walls and tub and accentuates the jewel-like quality of the green tile.
Wood-Look Master Bathroom
Thanks to advances in tile manufacturing and ceramic tile’s moisture resistance, wood looks in wet areas — and beautiful master bathrooms like this — are possible. A curbless shower, transparent divider, and wood-look tile flowing from the floor up the back wall make for a striking minimalist master bathroom that visually elongates the space.
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Patterned Master Bathroom
Bursting with personality, this master bathroom makes an impact the second you open the door. The green, black, and white patterned tiles set a playful vibe, while the ornate chandelier, gold side table, and impressive door handles establish an indisputable regal look.
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Stone-Look Master Bathroom
Minimalism at its finest, this master bathroom is a testament to the soothing effect of seamless transitions. Large-format floor tiles, subtle grout lines, a curbless shower with no door, a floating vanity… this space pulls out all the stops. The calming design of the natural stone-look tiles adds the finishing touch.
Marble-Look Master Bathroom
Can you imagine a more elegant place to begin your day? Large-format porcelain tile slabs in a milky marble look cover most surfaces in this master bathroom. Gray and golden veining provide a mesmerizing pattern to help carry you away as you relax in the tub.
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Natural Master Bathroom
This master bath takes its decor cues from nature, making you feel at one with the beautiful view outside the window. Rustic textured tile sets the stage for the space’s main attraction: a freestanding bamboo tub.
Master Bathrooms’ Essential Ingredient
All stunning in their own unique way, these master bathrooms nevertheless have one thing in common: ceramic tile. Ceramic tile’s moisture resistance, resistance to bacteria growth, and low-maintenance cleaning make it the perfect material choice for all bathroom surfaces. Ceramic tile also comes in just about any style you can imagine, so you can recreate any of the master bathrooms above — or the exact space you’re dreaming up.
Visit our Master Bathroom Pinterest board for more dream master bathroom ideas and then use our Complete Guide to Bathroom Tile to help you in your search for the best bathroom tile designs and patterns.