It's called the master bathroom for a reason — it deserves to be showstopping. After all, if you're going to be soaking in that tub, you better love your surroundings. Check out some of our favorite bathrooms and you'll be inspired to redo your own. Or, you know, dream about your future one.
Tub goals, am I right? Since it's the focal point of a bathroom, keep the walls neutral and let the bathtub stand out.
Clawfoot Tub, $820, wayfair.com
Artwork has nothing on a full-on mural. This one was inspired by seeing the cherry blossoms in Japan.
Cherry Blossom Wall Art, $1072, wayfair.com
Keep your bathroom white and use your floor to add color or pattern. This checkerboard is bold but totally eye-catching.
Brass Tub Caddy, $148, anthropologie.com
To strike a balance between feminine and frilly, add floral accents sparingly, like to your shades or a chair fabric. Keep the rest of the bathroom clean and neutral.
Not that we'll be owning a home in Kenya anytime soon, but if we could have a thatched roof and clawfoot tub, we'd totally be here for it. Recreate the look in your own bathroom with textiles, wicker, and pendant lamps.
Shiplap works in a coastal or farmhouse style bathroom. Plus, it's Joanna Gaines approved.
Dark-stained pine with simple cabinetry make this bathroom sleek and sexy. Just make sure you have ample natural light so it doesn't feel too dark.
Add bright mirrors and rugs to put a little color in your bathroom that's easily removable. Painting the walls may seem brilliant at first, but it's a way bigger commitment than unrolling a rug, let's be honest.
Add Carrara marble tiles and glaze your tub white for a fresh and clean feel. Then, decorate with foliage or flowers to add just a glimmer of color.
Think white bathrooms are boring? Add bright, patterned tiles to liven it up.
A chandelier over a clawfoot tub? Oh, you fancy.
To brighten up your space, try metallic walls. Light bounces off the reflective finishes, creating a master bathroom that positively glows. (And makes you look radiant in the process.)
The stress of getting ready in the morning is all too real. Add spiritual statues, greenery, and keep tones cool to create a calming, zen bathroom.
Hand-painted panels, a sky blue ceiling, and a chandelier give this bathroom an opulent, European aesthetic. The arched entryways make it feel even more palatial.
If you're lucky enough to have an insanely gorgeous view outside your bathroom, install windows in your shower. And hope no one can see into them.
Wainscoting and window casings add a vintage feel to this bathroom. And then you obviously have to have a clawfoot tub to round out the look.
Laguna Freestanding Soaking Tub, $769; Amazon
Gray can be cool and calming, but choose varying shades (and try some metallics) so it doesn't look dull. A statement chandelier makes it feel more elegant.
Brown can be cozy in a farmhouse bathroom. Add fluffy towels and rustic accents, like this wooden rack.
Built-ins add necessary storage to small bathrooms. Even if the shelves are full, it doesn't look cluttered.
Keep your bathroom more traditional if you want something . This bathrooms sink is on a French iron console.
Keep things light and airy and place your tub by the window — if you have one — to create a simple elegance. Also, a chandelier never hurt.
If you're adventurous when it comes to decor, try some statement curtains. They're easy enough to swap out if you get sick of them down the road.
To keep it from feeling too dark, tile your shower black, but keep of the rest of your bathroom lighter or use wood tones. It'll feel sleek and modern, but not like a total dungeon.
No matter where you live, you can add nautical accents to your bathroom. This crystal ship chandelier is probably the most glam way we've ever seen to incorporate them.
Blue and white is the ultimate beach house color palette. For something more unexpected, try a mosaic floor.
This color palette is grounding, and then you can play with decor accents. The crystal light fixture in this bathroom is old-school glamour.
An oceanside deck off your master bath? BRB, pinning this immediately.
Nothing says island style more than palm trees. Put a silk one in your shower and it'll feel like the jungle.
Varying shades of white, a wooden chair, and storage shelves that look like a piece of antique furniture give this bathroom a cozy, cottage feel. Plenty of natural light and high ceilings keep it from feeling claustrophobic.