Gone are the days when bathrooms were dreary, functional rooms, consisting of only a flush toilet, kept well away from the main houses. For several decades now, bathrooms have entered the house — and they are here to stay.
Nowadays, bathrooms are bigger and better than ever. The puritan notions of bathrooms as impure, filthy places are gone. Today, they are a place of relaxation, luxury, and enjoyment.
Take a look at some of the best styles for master bathrooms in our gallery.
Fish Scale Tiles and Skylight
This simple bathroom has tiles on its walls that look like fish scales from the white one at the upper walls to the light blue ones waist-high to the ground. This makes an impression of a beautiful koi fish augmented by the few accents of gold on the bathroom fixtures that stands out against the glass and white elements.
Quirky Hexagonal Tiles and Modern Blue
The walls of this bathroom have hexagonal tiles on the upper section of the bathroom with a few colorful tiles standing out in their isolation amongst white. The lower section is dominated by the bright blue tiles of the floor and the modern blue vanity.
Glass and Mirror Bathroom
This beautiful bathroom is not that huge with regards to its size, but the clever use of a mirror and glass makes it seem so much more spacious. The white and grey marble walls and flooring, the white fixtures and the round mirror, bracketed with two lamps, makes this room look like it’s incased in a bubble.
Ocean Blue Swimming Bathroom
Designed by: BFDO Architects
With its blue-tiled steps and sunken bath tub, this bathroom gives the illusion of a swimming pool. The window next to the bathtub shows a stunning view of the outside, making this bathroom the perfect place for a relaxing spa-like afternoon.
Bohemian Blue BathroomGanna Design
This bathroom has a very unique appearance, thanks to its blue-on-white printed tiles. The Bohemian Blue bathroom looks more like a salon than a bathroom. It’s a perfect choice for a refined lady.
Blue Minimalist Bathroom
Designed by: Pascali Semerdjian Architects
Simplicity speaks for itself and this bathroom with blue-tiled walls and simple flooring does so in spades. The room is free from clutter and is made of clean lines, but the lovely blue colors of the walls balance what would have been a stark room.
Designed by Eclipse Designs by Rhona Chartouni
This bathroom will make you feel like you are onboard a ship’s deck. With its decorative anchor, blue and white tiling and absolutely stunning ceiling that creates the illusion of a night time sky on the sea. This bathroom is perfect for a thalassophile.
Water World Bathroom
Does this bathroom look like it is part of sunken ship? The thought is dreary but the bathroom is anything but. With its blue-grey tiling, glass doors and bright white lights, this bathroom looks like it belongs in a water dream world.
Sapphire and Wood Bathroom
The tiny square-cut tiles have a deep, vibrant blue hue that makes them seem like sapphires. Coupled with the warm brown wooden floor and beams, this bathroom is a perfect representation of cool and warm while also being modern and rustic at the same time.
Honeycomb Tiled Bathroom
The pristine white walls, fixtures and glass surfaces of the bathroom are tempered by the black, grey and white honeycomb tiles of the floor. The monochromatic colors make the powder blue vanity pop out even more.
This bathroom is a blend of the old and modern, urban and rustic. The room has beautiful pale blue walls, white tiling and dark blue toilet cover, which is in stark contrast to the wooden step stool next to the bathroom and a wicker basket below the sink.
With its pale blue tiles, blue flooring, glass doors and plenty of scented candles and light fixtures, this bathroom looks very whimsical and seems like it is from another world.
The bathroom has a pale coffee colored granite sink counter, multi-hued beige flooring and bath tiles, giving it a warm tone. The walls, painted a soft grey-blue, provide a lovely contrast.
In the classic Edwardian style, this bathroom focuses more on function rather than frippery. The powder blue, triangular wall is yet another characteristic of Edwardian era houses. However, it is not lacking in style with its violet towels and lovely warm lamps brightening up the room.
This gorgeous bathroom has a surplus of blue-grey tiles. Coupled with its ice-white fixtures and the bright, Arctic-colored lights, this will make you feel like you are in the heart of an iceberg.
This bathroom is made up of tiny squares of turquoise colored tiles, giving the room its jeweled-toned color. The modern wooden vanity provides a beautiful contrast to the cool shades.
Unlike the previous bathroom style, this room consists of a very pastel, subtle shade of blue on the walls. What’s so great about it is that it has a skylight, which gives you the view of the night sky from the bathtub.
The huge frame-less mirror cuts into the Arctic blue, rippled tiles of the wall, like the frozen fractals Elsa sings about in the “Frozen” movie. The icy colors and textures are tempered by the soft wood-like colors of the vanity and the sink.
This stunning ultra-modern bathroom is painted beautifully; ultra-marine blue on the walls, matched by the colors of its adjoining bedroom. The floor has a zig-zig pattern in a woodsy color. The design is guaranteed to wake up the artist inside you.
Blue Geometry Bathroom
This gorgeous bathroom has a lot of geometric shapes because of its deep sapphire walls and its black and white floor tiles. The style is further enhanced by the square-cut windows and angular vanity.
Pastel Aqua Bathroom
This stunning bathroom is very feminine and chic looking. From its pale pastel aquamarine walls, marble vanity and the bright turquoise artwork like frozen fractals (again), this bathroom exudes a very cool vibe — literally.
Blue Shadows Bathroom
This bathroom uses blue colors that taper more towards the shadowy side. The several pots of fern plants are a refreshing, lively addition to the predominantly white, indigo, violet, silver and sapphire shades of the bathroom.
Uraniun Blue Bathroom
The soft blue-green color of the bathroom reminds us of the planet Uranus. The dark wooden vanity and shelves are a “hello” from Earth.
Japanese Blue Bathroom
Half of the bathroom has taken inspiration from Japanese culture, from the simple wooden sink shelf and the porcelain bowl to the sprigs of flowers in tall, slim, black vase. The other half is juxtaposed by deep turquoise tiles that surround the bathtub.
The bathroom is simple but the beautiful azure blue walls with just a tinge of grey and the wood-colored floors lend a nice touch of elegance to the room.
Girly Blue Bathroom
This bathroom is super-feminine with its pale aquamarine walls and the many fripperies on top of the towel closet. The soft shades are enhanced by the natural lighting coming from the open windows above the bath tub.
Elegant Blue Bathroom
The bathroom is extremely elegant with its immaculate white bath tub and fixtures. The slate blue color on the walls further enhances its elegance and refinement.
Chic Blue Bathroom
The great things about this bathroom are the huge windows that provide a stunning view and let in plenty of natural light into the room. The bath tub located beneath the windows has silver legs and harkens back to the Victorian era. This bathroom is a blend of Victorian and modern design.
Light Teal Bathroom
This bathroom seems small but it is certainly not lacking in style. With its pale teal walls and sparkly white fixtures, this bathroom has a very cheerful look.
What’s better than luxuriating in the bath tub after a hard day of work? Luxuriating in a bath tub with a skylight on top!
This amazing bathroom gives the perfect view of the night sky as you wind down for the day.
Eggshell Blue Bathroom
This pretty bathroom is the color of an eggshell. With absolutely no clutter, the judicious placement of fixtures and the tiny triangle window, this bathroom certainly has a lot of style and personality.
This bathroom is striking not just because of the lovely blue shade of its walls but because of the multitudes of mirrors placed inside it. There is even a mirror above the bath tub!
The Indigo Bathroom
If this bathroom wanted to make a statement for the color indigo, it certainly did. The vanity, flooring and half the walls of this eclectic bathroom are in a deep shade of indigo. The white fixtures and the above half of the wall stop the blue from becoming too overwhelming.
Pewter Blue Luxurious Bathroom
This very chic looking room could have been a ladies’ dressing room in a high-class hotel if not for the huge bathtub in it. This elegant bathroom is done in a shade of pewter blue. The huge windows right next to the bath tub and the vase of white orchids further speaks of the luxury.
Once again, this bathroom looks like it belongs underwater. The ocean blue tiles in the walls, floor and fixtures reflect the colors of the sea, making this room a very serene and relaxing place to be.
It is no wonder that the color blue is a great choice for bathrooms as it resembles water, making the room seem bigger than it actually is. The beautiful designs above reflect a wide variety of styles, elegance and personality. What’s your favorite blue bathroom?
This photo gallery features several beautiful bathrooms with all different shades of blue. Some use light pale blue, some use baby blue and some use navy blue. Each one of these styles is unique in their own way and they’ll help you design your perfect blue master bathroom.
Blue Color Schemes
Blue is cool color that can be easily paired with other colors to create a really great color scheme. It looks good with other cool colors, neutrals and even warm colors. The different color combinations each give off different vibes.
Blue with Neutral Colors
This color combination works well together and can be used for both big and small spaces. Pale blue, and white work for small spaces because they create the feeling of being light and airy. While black and gray help to create depth and ground all the colors. For a more modern look, try pairing bright blue and black together. Typically when you use a darker shade of blue, the overall temperature feeling in the room seems cooler, but combined with light neutrals such as white or beige, you’ll prevent that cold feeling.
Blue and Cool Colors
When you combine two cool colors together, such as blue and green or even blue and purple, you create feelings of calmness and relaxation. If you want your master bathroom to feel like a peaceful getaway, then any of these cool colors combined together are great for that.
Blue and Warm Colors
You can combine blue with contrasting colors such as red, yellow or orange for a bold revitalizing design. Bright warm colors on their own can seem intense and sometimes overactive but you can pair them with a dark calming blue for a great combination. This color scheme works well together if you are looking to create a more cozy and intimate feeling in your bathroom.