Knowing how to style your master bathroom can be difficult. We get it, that’s why we’re curating a list of master bathroom layout ideas for modern homes. You can certainly use these ideas on other styles of homes, such as contemporary or farmhouse. However, they lend themselves best to modern houses.

We hope you enjoy this list, and if you’d like to learn more about transforming your master bedroom or bathroom space, reach out to us today! We’d love to talk about the potential your space has to be something truly incredible. Now let’s dive in!

4 Master Bathroom Floor Plan Ideas

There’s a lot that you can do with your master bath. There are definitely quite a few different ways that we’ve built them for clients in the past. Depending on how much floor space you have to work with, you may or may not have room for a soaking tub, double doors, jacuzzi tub, walk-in shower, pocket door, and more. But that doesn’t mean we can’t still create a beautiful bathroom design for you. Even a small bathroom with just a toilet can be transformed into something marvelous. Here are some of the projects we’ve completed!

Modern, Warm, and Natural Bathroom

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This is a great example of careful bathroom planning by using your space as wisely as possible. The use of natural light near the vanities, large mirror, and soaker tub all make this a stunning master bathroom. With this new bathroom layout, there are now two sinks and ample counter space for more than one person.

Modern Shower and Tub

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This is one of our favorite bathroom remodel projects to date! We loved putting all of it together and creating a “spa-like” retreat for this homeowner. One of the most notable features in the shower is the dual showerheads and ledge for sitting. Having a shower head that you can remove from the fixture is always an added benefit, and it’s better when there can still be consistent water flow from another showerhead above it.

The ledge in the shower room was incorporated nicely into the design so that it doesn’t feel unnatural or forced in any way. This feature, along with the intricate tile work throughout the shower wall and the beautiful tub, makes this bathroom truly unforgettable.

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Another angle of this bathroom allows you to see the beautiful and clean double vanity that’s been put in. The wood color compliments the tile and the paint color extremely well. There’s nothing we’d change from what the client chose for this bathroom.

Jacuzzi Tub and Glass Shower

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One of the biggest setbacks to master bathrooms is that their location is often an afterthought and there isn’t enough natural light to fill the room. We love how this design defied the odds and brought beautiful natural light into the bathroom. The glass block, half-wall creates a beautiful aesthetic. Another benefit of having a large window like this is that you won’t have to have as many lights on in order to enjoy the space. Natural light will save you money by keeping the lights off and energy bills low.

Other features of this bathroom included the light fixtures, tile work, and the size of the tub. This separate tub can easily fit two and offer a romantic getaway from the craziness of life. There’s a lot to love about this jacuzzi tub getaway.

Another view of this bathroom shows off the gorgeous tall ceilings with wood paneling, as well as the glass shower that offers a great contrast to the jacuzzi. Everything about this bathroom captures awe in the eyes of the beholder. If you’ve been wanting to do something new and different with your master bathroom, this is a great option. This bathroom does take up a significant amount of square footage, but we’d say it’s worth it after seeing the finished product.

Modern Tight Fit

We didn’t build this square bathroom, but we love it nonetheless. For smaller homes, choosing a layout like this is a great way to utilize more space and still have a beautiful master bath. We love the use of tile in the corner shower and that there is a rain shower head. You’ll also notice that the tile used on the bath matches the tile used in the large shower. Huge countertop space with double vanities is not usually a part of common bathroom layouts.

There’s nothing about this project that isn’t appealing to the eye. For a small space, it’s really well done.

We’d love to help you get the bathroom of your dreams! Reach out to Thomas Buckborough & Associates today. We can work within your budget to create something magical. Learn more about our bathroom remodeling process on our website.