7 Hot Master Bath Design Ideas for 2015




When it comes to renovating spaces in your home, the master bath should be top of mind. Leading master bath trends for 2015 go beyond functionality to incorporate features that complement the design aesthetic and provide a touch of luxury for lasting results.

By understanding top trends and incorporating them into your remodel, you can instantly increase your home’s comfort, style and value. Renovated master baths are not only in demand, but bathroom remodels also provide one of the highest rates of return on investment.

Here are seven of the hottest trends in master bath renovations for 2015:

1. Zen-like designs meet a contemporary aesthetic

Homeowners want modern designs with uninterrupted sight lines, but they don’t want their bathroom to feel cold or calculated. Master baths are becoming spa-like retreats with upgrades that help homeowners look and feel their best. The inclusion of modern technology, like programmable water features and smart televisions, is offset by designing with organic textures, like bamboo, cotton and marble for a Zen-like feel.

2. Subway tiles reign king

The master bath is the perfect place to incorporate tile work—it’s durable, beautiful and water resistant. Despite the availability of thousands of tile designs, one classic option is trending: subway tile. These aren’t grandma’s bland rectangle tiles. Modern subway tiles are available in a wide array of colors to add a splash of personality to master bathrooms. A few popular subway tile colors include slate gray, cobalt blue and winter white. Tile experts mix tiles of different colors to create truly timeless, one-of-a-kind designs.

ultra clear glass bathroom3. Ultra-clear glass creates luxurious bathroom spaces

Today’s homeowners are embracing free-flowing light within the master bath for an open, airy, spa-like feel. In order to display beautiful showers and let light fill the room, advanced glass is in high demand for shower surrounds. For example, stunningly clear Clarvista Glass is treated with a proprietary protective coating that makes the shower enclosure super smooth and easy to clean, and keeps it sparkling clear for the lifetime of the glass.

View the dreamy, natural light-flooded Coastal Virginia Magazine Idea House master bathroom.

4. Radiant heated floors increase comfort

Cold toes are the last thing you want when enjoying your master bath, which is why radiant flooring is considered a must-have for 2015. Heated flooring is trending particularly in areas where the temperature drops during the evening or the winter is lengthy. Electric radiant heat is typically installed under tile flooring and is regulated with a temperature gauge—an effective way to add luxurious warmth to the entire master bath suite.

spa like shower5. Spa-like showers create a personal oasis

More than just a place to get clean, homeowners are using the master bath shower as a place where they can escape the stresses of daily life and enjoy personal time. In order to create this oasis, designers are incorporating a variety of upscale features into showers. From steam showers, designed to open pores, to multiple shower heads that provide mist from every angle, the shower is more customized than ever before.

6. Modern metallics add visual interest

Metals used in the bathroom add visual interest and style. While stainless steel is a safe choice, higher-end bathrooms frequently feature metals that convey interesting colors and textures, such as oil-rubbed bronze and brushed nickel. Brass tones are making a comeback in unusual hues like warm-colored copper, and these options add richness to the overall bathroom design.

7. Big and bold light fixtures create personality

Homeowners are setting all subtleties aside when selecting master bath light fixtures. Unexpected lighting will be a statement piece for the master bath in 2015. From glamorous crystal chandeliers to clusters of hand-blown glass globes or drum pendants made with laser-cut metal, light fixtures are the finishing touch that redefines a master bath’s personality and functionality.

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