"His and Her" Master Bath Designs
How to Create the Perfect Master Bath Layout
If you're like many NC new home owners, you crave a division of personal space for your morning and evening rituals.
"His-and-her" master bath designs provide invaluable convenience in shared bathrooms.
Read on to learn the "how to" of designing the perfect master bath layout to suit your lifestyle.
His and her master bath Design #1: Romantic and Roman
Create complete separation, with dual vanities on opposite walls.
Rich, dark wood cabinets (Maple Espresso) ground these dual vanities in their crisp white and natural green (Sherwin Williams Herbal Wash) surroundings.
Tile and counter tops in this master bath are in Carolina Cream, Snow White, and Pearl.
His and her master bath Design #2: Indulgent setting
In this version of the Summerlyn, a glass French Door separates this his-and-hers bath from the luxury master suite (click here to see photos of the master suite fireplace and sitting room).
The Andover Oak Espresso cabinets make a bold statement against the Key Red tiles, Clay grout, and Cream walls.
Elements of traditional design, such as the arched entry above the tub and the 12x12 tile pattern, blend seamlessly with contemporary accents, including the sleek, squared vanity lights.
Design tip: If you love completely separate vanity designs, use the vanities to frame and emphasize a custom bathtub or shower.
His and her master bath Design #3: Upscale Urban Craftsman
In this custom bath, sidelights leave room for a pair of generous full-height mirrors.
Hide your toiletries in ample vanity storage, and show off your favorite items in open, built-in storage.
Design tip: white towels always make a great accent piece in open shelving.
His and her master bath Design #4: Dual vanities for dual heights
Generally, a 33 inch tall vanity is ideal for women, while a 36 inch tall vanity suits most men.
Adding a dressing table between the his-and-hers vanities may be the mis-matched height solution you're looking for.
A short vanity drawer is perfect for storing smaller, daily use facial and hair products that tend to get lost in deeper drawers.
Design Tip: In this master bath, a luxury shower with separate showerheads replaces the tub - perfect for those who want to wake up and get ready for the day at the same time.
His and her master bath Design #5: Feminine inspired
The vanity cabinets are a Maple wood, painted in Antique White.
In this custom master bath, recessed medicine cabinets, with a mirror front, were added to each vanity wall.
This master bath also has an integrated dressing table.
While dressing tables are designed as a seating station, you can convert the under-counter space into a storage aread. Just add a basket of towels, and it becomes space well used.
His and her master bath Design #6: Double dwelling
This master bath layout is perfect for plans that allow a long wall on one side.
A soaking tub and alcove tile shower sit opposite the dual vanity design, which is perfect for homeowners who want to get ready side-by-side.
His and her master bath Design #7: Joint space
A bank of drawers and an open shelving unit placed in the middle of the vanity helps distinguish space, while placing shared storage within easy reach.
Design Tip: Open storage will make your master bath feel more spacious. Open shelves like these are a great place to integrate glass apothecary jars, filled with anything from soaps to seashells.
His and her master bath Design #8: Lavish luxury
Each time you enter this bathroom, it will feel like you've stepped into a spa retreat where calming whites and cool grays envelope your mornings and nights.
Furniture-inspired master bath vanities are tucked under barrel vaulted ceiling alcoves.
Floor-to-ceiling central storage ensures plenty of room for everyone.
His and her master bath Design #9: Earth inspired
In this custom home design, each vanity has a clear view into the master bedroom - which features a three-way see-through fireplace.
As you enjoy a long bath in this soaking tub, you can enjoy the warmth and flames of the glass fireplace - another way this room sparkles.
His and her master bath Design #10: Customary colors
Master baths that make an efficient use of space - like this angled vanity design - give you more square footage to work with in other rooms.
In this version of the Bostwick, a dual vanity, enlarged shower, and custom soaking tub all fit in an efficient space - leaving space for a sitting room in the master suite.
The black shower frame contrasts nicely against the medium brown cabinets.
Dual Vanity Design Idea #11: Abundant storage
With a ceiling-height cabinet separating the his and hers vanities - wach with their own storage systems - will ensure all your stowing needs are met.
A garden soaking tub and over-sized shower sit directly opposite from these vanities - in a master bath that rivals the size of the master bedroom.
Dual Vanity Design Idea #12: Bath suite complete with exercise room
When you enter this master bath, a vanity sits to each side - one by the shower and one adjacent to the soaking tub.
In this custom home, the master bath leads into a private exercise room.
The walk-in closet with center island is located beyond the exercise room - which can be converted into a secondary walk-in closet.
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