At a Long Island beach house decorated by Rob Southern, a six-by-nine-foot bath features two showerheads plus stunning bay views. An interior window opens the entire space up to sun.
Pagoda mirrors provide "a little jolt" to the master bathroom in this Bahamas home, designed by Amanda Lindroth.
In a Palm Beach condo, designer Vicente Wolf placed the cast-concrete bathtub on a slab inside the glass shower stall to make it "a sculptural focus."
Back at the 18th-century when this Massachusetts farmhouse was constructed, there was no such thing as a master tub. So architect Michael T. Gray and interior designer Hattie Holland carved one from a hallway and added wainscoting and window casings to create a sense of the past.
From the grand shower of the contemporary beach house, the walls are clad in dark ceramic tiles that soar up to a wall-to-wall skylight. A built-in market stores other essentials and shampoo.
Designer David Kleinberg based the look of this conventional bathroom's sink-stand onto a French iron console.
A floating tub and brown grasscloth walls immediately cozy up a Pennsylvania farmhouse's master bath. Add bath salts and some towels for absolute calm.
In her light-filled ranch home, photographer Amy Neunsinger combined an elegant claw-foot bath with a casual woven rug.
Designer Lindsey Coral Harper updated a North Carolina home's master bath by adding Carrara marble tiles and glazing the bathtub white.
Designer Eddie Lee reimagined this master bath as "a mix of English charm and Asian lushness, with a few European classicism added in," he says. While blue Farrow & Ball paint overhead imitates a cloudless heavens, panels grace the walls.