13 Rustic to Ultra Modern Master Bathroom Ideas to Inspire Your Next Renovation
The master bathroom is your place of peace and quiet as you ease your way into the day. Your sanctuary at the end. Although it has to be practical, you also want to feel a little touch of luxury too. When you are soaking in that tub, it needs to be a space you are comfortable, even proud, to kick back in. In short, it has a lot of responsibility on its shoulders!
Whether you are in the market for a new master bathroom but not sure where to start, or looking to update your current bathroom but aren’t sure what direction to go, we’ve got you covered with some rustic to modern master bathroom ideas that are sure to inspire. And even some modern rustic bathroom ideas for those of you who can’t decide!
A quick word of warning - you may want to go grab a bib because some of these bathrooms will have you drooling!
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1. What I love here is how transom windows augment the cathedral ceiling, and it really brings that natural light into the room. The glass-enclosed shower has some lush dark brown tiling, a large vanity beside, and a charming wall-mounted mirror, warmed by the light from the two rustic lamps on either side.
2. This one has a classic rustic feel, bathed in light, while surprisingly spacious. Beige tiles adorn the floors, house the bathtub, and lead into what looks like a very inviting walk-in shower! The whole effect sets off the geometric artwork above the shower area too. What I love is how they have incorporated all these features in a fairly small room, and yet it doesn’t feel squeezed in at all. Fantastic!
3. This one oozes charm and has that quintessential rustic appeal. I am a HUGE fan of what they have done with the walls here. They have vanities on either side of the wall, with the bathtub on the far side inlaid with the same marble as the floor and beautifully positioned to take in all that natural light too.
4. Those French windows are what stand out here, again bathing the room in natural light. The large porcelain bathtub looks inviting, and I like those wood-like tiles on the shower walls. The moose above the bath…. Not so much, but that’s just me!
5. This one is almost Gatsby-esque. It’s elegant and luxurious, and the beige wallpaper that looks like wood is a lovely touch. It fits perfectly with beige marble that accents the walls, the countertop of the vanity, and the inlay of the bathtub. It probably saved them a few dollars too (which, after that opulent shower area, I’m sure they were grateful for!)
6. Got a smaller master bathroom? Not a problem, we have something for you here too. Look at the textured beige walls, matching up with the dark wooden door and the black flooring tiles. They have done a really impressive job with that shower in the tight space too. Finishing it off is the vanity opposite, warmly lit with yellow light
7. This one has a rustic feel with a fairly modern finish, and I think it works well together. The beautiful gray floor tiling complements those on the wall, as well as the wooden cabinetry of the two-sink vanity across from the shower. The gray marble countertops work off the shower white marble walls nicely too.
8. There is lots to admire about the log cabin feel they have working in tandem with the rustic style here, I think. From the exposed wooden beams to the wooden walls and ceiling. The glass-enclosed shower with its white tiling really stands out too. Then beside it, the bathtub was embedded in the wood, blending with the floor and the white wood vanity across the room. Lovely.
9. Monochrome color schemes have taken off in recent years, and if you’ve ever wondered why here we have Exhibit A!
It could actually function just as well as an ensuite. A walk-in shower, lots of storage, and the recess are put to work as shelving too. It has an almost industrial feel with the plain white tiles and black grout, but it works.
10. The patchwork tiled floor here is stunning and totally on-trend. The design is modern but doesn’t look like it would break the bank. The wall unit they have hung gives the feature floor the appearance of being interrupted, and the framed pictures above the bath add a personal touch too.
11. Wet rooms are another feature that will never go out of fashion, and this one boasts a seamless style married with the practicality of easy, step-free access. It has a large gray format, floor to ceiling, and the whole room just oozes comfort. The high windows keep everything feeling light, whilst maintaining privacy.
The semi-recessed sink in the large vanity has extra countertop space, and the bathroom plants bring a touch of greenery that’s really set off against the décor.
12. They’ve made a real focal point with the wall mural here - a bold move that paid off for them. Not only can you not look away from it, but it creates the illusion of a much bigger space - a great trick to have in the arsenal when you are working with a smaller space like here.
And the funky, matt-black freestanding bath and statement light fitting tidy the look beautifully.
13. And look what I saved you for last! The bold, contrasting colors and the abstract patterns here had my jaw nuzzling my chest!
You can also check our article on the 10 Beautiful Bathroom Paint Colors for Your Next Renovation.
We hope you found these modern rustic bathroom ideas inspiring! If this has got your juices flowing and you’d like to check out some more ideas, we have a great selection on our website bathcabinetsdepot.com. Our customer service team is available to answer any questions you may have about the products or designing your dream bathroom. Thanks for reading, and happy renovating!