8 Designs to Create Your Dream Master Bath
Building a new home with CKC Custom Homes means ensuring that your imaginings are transformed into reality. The sky is the limit here and our CKC project managers are thrilled to see what you have in mind for your custom home, down to the last detail.
With all of the possibilities available, it may be a bit overwhelming to decide where to start, especially with the variety of websites to peruse and utilize for inspiration, such as Pinterest, Houzz and Instagram. We at CKC, however, have decided to choose an unassuming yet tasteful starting place to begin – the master bath – and have consolidated the list of options down to eight of the top chic designs, focal points and noteworthy features.
1.) Sunken Shower or Tub
We love the sunken look of a shower or bathtub within a luxurious, relaxing master bath. These simple yet sophisticated additions provide a visually distinctive component to your master bath. A simple showering space thus becomes an elegant focal point rather than a mundane portion.
2.) Chandelier Centerpiece
What is more relaxing than a romantic chandelier positioned in the center of your spa-influenced relaxation space? It is decadent and surprising addition that instantly grabs the attention of any visitor. Chandeliers can be customized for any style home from modern to minimalist, from Mediterranean to neoclassical.
3.) Jaw-Dropping Accent Doors
Why not differentiate your master bath entrance by adding either a set of vintage and rustic or sleek and modern doors? This can be the opportunity to utilize an entryway in order to create the distinguishing ambiance for your master bath.
4.) Hidden Shower
One of our signature customizations at CKC is our free standing bathtub and hidden shower feature combination. The walk-behind shower provides an unexpected twist to the classical shower / tub facade and beautifully unites gorgeous form while maintaining function.
5.) Statement-Making Floor Tile
Attention to detail is crucial when selecting your master bathroom tile. An assortment of different shapes, textures and materials can be used, but particular thoughtfulness should be paid to complementing existing arrangements. Will wood tiling look best? How about pebble mosaics? Linear mosaics? Glass tile? Marble tile? What about a pop of color and a modern tessellation?
6.) Victorian Architecture
Built on the foundation of Gothic style of architecture, the Victorian style is easily recognized in its elaborate filigree trim, rectilinear tendencies (sharp angles and arched windows) and embellishments characteristic of the Victorian era. The Adams family-esque enhancements can include dark, rustic tones, candelabras and ornate décor.
7.) Freestanding Tubs
The name of the game is serenity and elegance when it comes to choosing a freestanding bathtub. Soak up the stillness and add a sculptural element to an otherwise ordinary space in your home. The tubs come in a wide range of materials such as wood, copper and enamel to harmonize with the existing thematic emphasis. They also can feature accents like antique clawed feet or organic, modern shapes.
8.) Super Sized Showers
Indulge in a larger-than-life shower that is as calming as it is striking. This comforting space should be adapted to cater to your needs in the future, regardless of age, size and mobility, so keep that in mind when planning materials as well as seating and doorways. In addition, other distinctive features like showerheads designed to mimic rainfall are becoming more sought after.
A serene and stylish bathroom can contribute a great deal to the aesthetics of a home, and a master bath that goes above and beyond will leave guests and residents memorized and appreciative.
After review our list above, give us a call. Let’s talk aspirations and get building today!
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