Everyone who has a master bathroom in their home knows there is nothing quite like lying in the tub after a long day of work and feeling the stress of your day simply wash away in your own personal bathroom. However, just like it can be extremely relaxing it can also be tedious to find the perfect décor for the bathroom.
The key is going for a simple space that has everything you need while feeling charming and relaxing. Keeping that idea in mind, we have put together a guide with master bathroom ideas that are just oh so charming.
Nothing screams serenity quite like a clawfoot tub. They’re just so charming and cozy that they scream relaxation and beauty all at once. Keep the walls in a neutral hue and allow the tub to make a statement of its very own. Additionally, add natural elements such as wood, and/or plants.
Mural Focal Point
Who doesn’t love a good art piece in their home? There is just something about having artwork that makes the space feel a bit more personal and chicer. When it comes to the bathroom bring a mural instead of a simple painting. Go for a simple piece that takes up a large chunk of the wall and makes the entire space come to life.
Keep the rest of your bathroom, neutral or simple and allow your floors to make the main statement. Making a big statement is one of the best ways to bring a calming yet charming appeal to the room. Take it a step further by having colorful patterned floors instead of simple patterned ones.
Floral décor has a notorious feminine vibe to it, but when it is added sparsely it can add a unique feel to the room that is less feminine but more modern. The key is using the same pattern over and over again to have that cohesive appeal, but with that modern almost eclectic touch.
Bright & Airy
A bright and airy bathroom could be just what you need when you want to recreate a calming almost spa-like space. Add pendants to the room to bring that bright effect; however, take it a step further by having dimmable lights. Doing so will allow you to change your lighting depending on how you feel. For an airy feel keep the room as simple as you possibly can with an open aesthetics.