6 Master Bathroom Remodeling Ideas

From classical to luxurious, discover these six stunning master bathroom remodeling ideas for inspiration in your own home remodeling project.

6 Master Bathroom Remodeling Ideas 

Bring Your Dream Home to the Next Level

One of our favorite remodeling projects is the master bathroom, aka primary bathroom. Depending on the age of the home, this area can be dated with old tile, off-trend colors, and subpar bathroom appliances and fixtures. No matter how much space you have, we can help make your primary bathroom a luxurious, relaxing sanctuary for you and your partner. 

Included in all remodeling projects with Country Creek Builders, we complete a line drawing that reflects how we will use the space. After your review, we will create and share a digital concept drawing, including what the tile, new appliances and fixtures, colors, and more will look like before we even get started! In this case, we can narrow down what you want from the beginning so that by the time we start, you know we will create what you want.

Don’t know what you want yet? Here are our five favorite master bathroom ideas to help get you started!

Master Bathroom Idea #1: The Ultimate Combo

Country Creek Master Bathroom Remodel

Custom bathroom remodel with dual sinks, cambria countertops, large white soaking tub, infloor heat, inset shelf and walk-in shower
Photos Courtesy of Country Creek Builders

The design-build professionals at Country Creek Builders reimagined this Lakeville, Minnesota home's master bathroom. No one's feet are getting cold in this Minnesota bathroom after getting out of the newly installed completely customized full walk-in shower or large white soaking tub.  These homeowners got exactly what they wanted in custom wood bathroom cabinetry from the artisans and superior craftsman of Country Creek Builders.

Paying homage to the Minnesota-based, Vikings-supporter Cambria, the design-build firm added custom Cambria countertops with dual sinks, providing ample space for both homeowners to get ready for the day or night out on the town. No reason to wait for someone to finish before stepping in - separate tub and shower areas! A large mosaic tiled bench and shelf adorns this large walk-in shower just around the corner from the white soaking tub.

So many options and ample space in this master bathroom remodel from Country Creek Builders. It is no wonder we've deemed this, The Ultimate Combo!

Master Bathroom Idea #2: The Best Tub and Shower Combo Ever

Photo Courtesy of J&M Remodel

One of our favorite things to do for a primary bathroom is to expand the shower space for our clients, which creates a luxurious space to unwind and helps make the master bath unique from the guest or kids' bathroom. J&M put a standing tub in the shower area to bring this area to the next level. With this setup, there is no need to put a towel down or take the extra journey to the shower to rinse off after a bubble bath. The Team at J&M Remodel in Seattle, Washington, went the extra mile with this tub and shower combo, and we love to see it. 

Master Bathroom Idea #3: Give Each Partner Their Own Space

Photo Courtesy of Homesyles Group Inc

The Homestyles Group Inc. in Florida remodeled this dated space with uneven split sinks into a beautiful, equal setup for both partners. In addition to a beautiful update with great colors, molding, and tiling, they gave the couple separate sinks, counters, and drawers so they could each have their own space to get ready for the day.

If you have the space, we recommend this great choice. 

Master Bathroom Idea #4: Make the Bathtub the Main Event

Photo Courtesy of Maine Bathroom Remodeling

The Maine Bathroom Remodeling company loves to make the bath rub a focal point in their remodels, and we can see why.

Clawfoot and free-standing baths are a great way to bring a little luxury into your home. Perfectly framing the higher set window for added privacy, the natural light beautifully adds to the room's ambiance. This is a fantastic choice for anyone with a master bath on the top floor, or looking for a remodel that makes a statement. We also recommend this setup for couples jacuzzis.

Master Bathroom Idea #5: Use the Space to Your Advantage

Photo Courtesy of Pinnacle Remodeling


The Big Sky Country contractor in Billings, Montana, Pinnacle Remodeling, comes in at number five with a great skylight. With limited space to work, this could be a challenge since it could feel claustrophobic, but they created a beautiful space! Using the tiling to accent the length and height of the space while framing the skylight, it feels bigger and creates a very open atmosphere with abundant natural light. The extra details put this idea really over the top, with brassy colored accents in the sink, faucet, and a towel rod that matches the tiling.

Master Bathroom Idea #6: Seating Area for Hair and Makeup

Photo Courtesy of Horton Plumbing & Remodeling

Horton Plumbing and Remodeling in Michigan created a great take on separating a couple's sink and making each area customized for their needs. They provided a well-lit seating area for the Mrs. to do her hair and make-up while providing plenty of counter space for her husband's shaving station. The remodeling company took great care utilizing the space in the galley-like bathroom. Through a light-colored paint job with warm lighting and beautiful white shutters at the end, they were able to fill this long, potentially dark space with lots of light to bring out each accent and make the space feel larger for the owners.

Which master bathroom remodeling idea is your favorite? Reach out to us for an estimate on your dream primary bathroom today!

For more master bathroom remodeling ideas, visit The Spruce, Houzz, Architectural Digest, and This Old House.

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