The bathroom is probably the second most important room in the home aside from the kitchen, but then again, I think that that completely depends on your lifestyle. Though not everyone may use their kitchen as often as I do, everyone surely uses their bathroom the most out of any room in their home.
The bathroom is one of those spaces where you really just want everything to work perfectly and to look lovely. If something isn’t working in a bathroom, you definitely notice it right away. But if something isn’t working, you glide along your day seamlessly, as everything is as it should be.
I have lived in my fair share of bad bathrooms – living in Montreal comes with its perks and its drawbacks. I once lived in a home with a bathroom so small that you basically had to rest your head on the sink while you sat on the toilet.
However, this article is going to have the complete opposite problem. We’ve prepared an incredible collection of absolute huge bathrooms. We’re not just talking huge, we’re talking gargantuan, enormous, extravagant, and over the top BIG. But not just big, beautiful as well. Happy browsing!
1. The Fancy Cottage Country Bathroom
We’re starting out this bathroom nice and strong with this one aren’t we! This room brings nothing but serenity and peace, and the warm colors let you know that you’ll leave feeling rejuvenated and clean, and very likely with warm feet.
We see beautiful lightly colored hexagonal tiles which flow very nicely into similarly colored rectangular tiles that are found on the wall. We have gorgeous double vanities made from antique distressed wood and a lovely big window instead of a mirror to separate them.
The real piece de resistance in this room is clearly the gorgeous porcelain tub that looks so perfectly deep, and is placed ideally beside that nice open window, which you can surely open to let a cool breeze inside. The room is made glamorous by the lovely square chandelier and little additions like the ladder towel rack.
2. The Black & White Bathroom
This is a very different style of bathroom from the last one, but you’ll notice very quickly that no two bathrooms are alike in this collection, which goes to show just how creative you can get with a room that has so many standard requirements!
This is a very simple and modern bathroom design, with black cabinetry and a white marble countertop for lovely contrast. Beautiful light stone tiling keeps the color scheme going when it’s in contrast to the unusual black paint on the walls and door. That’s something you don’t see every day!
It’s very smart to place a landscape mirror on the opposite side of a huge landscape window, as it just doubles the light coming in to the room, and you also get to see the lovely outdoors as you’re getting ready. And we can’t forget that beautiful looking tub!
3. The Ship Deck Bathroom
This master bathroom is really something to behold, with so many unique features that you don’t really even know where to begin! It’s not very often that you see wood flooring in a bathroom, but it makes it feel so cozy and rustic.
I simply adore the rounded shape of that bathtub, it looks like a piece of melting butter or a huge marshmallow, and I can’t say that I’ve seen something like that before. This room is special for so many reasons, but the biggest one is the fact that the bathtub is situated in its very own solarium with windows on all sides.
The wooden vaulted ceiling is another very special and unique feature, and I personally love how the vanity seen here is situated in front of a landscape set of windows instead of a mirror. You can tell that this property has a ton of property since the bathroom has so many huge windows!
4. The Square Stone Bathroom
Another super unique and gorgeous bathroom that just entices you to stay for the entire day. I mean, how often do you see a daybed situated directly into the foundation of the room? The decor is simply done here, but each piece is so dramatic that it makes the room feel quite extravagant.
I really adore the stone tiling work that is done here, especially since we see a waterfall effect where the floor flows right into the bathtub as well. The super small black and white tiles in the shower bring a lovely texture to the space.
5. The White Marble Bathroom
The design of this bathroom space is enticing you to dive in and relax. It’s always safe to use lighter colors when it comes to designing a bathroom, as it really encourages an essence of cleanliness, especially when you have large windows incorporated into the space.
We have stunning stone tiling on the floor that guides you towards the modern, egg shaped bathtub. A landscape window gives you a quick glimpse into the greenery outdoors, and clear shower walls really provide a feeling of openness.
We have a quaint and gorgeous vanity on the back wall with antique distressed cabinetry and mirrors for his and hers. Everything in this room is elegant, classic, and just the right amount of space. A truly exceptional bathroom design!
6. The Craftsman Bathroom
I am continuously amazed by the different possible design concepts for bathrooms. Here we have a truly remarkable craftsman style bathroom space with vanities on either side of the room. If I’m honest, I think this bathroom may be the size of my entire apartment.
You know that you really don’t need to be conscious about space when you place the bathtub directly in the centre of the room. This bathtub almost looks like a bed with its luxurious marble top that is situated directly in front of windows with an exceptional room.
It’s not often that you see wood flooring in a bathroom, but in this instance it brings about a rustic vibe that really warms up the area. I personally love the addition of that cushioned ottoman, as it entices you to maybe take a seat and let the day fade away after you emerge from the bathtub.
7. The Cathedral Bathroom
My goodness, I don’t think that I have ever seen a bathroom with such extravagant and luxurious ceilings. The cathedral ceilings are the same gorgeous limestone that we see lining the floor and the walls. It almost makes you feel like you’re inside of a hot tub, you know what I mean?
Darker features like the vanity drawers and door and window frames bring a really lovely type of depth to the space, and beautiful shades of lighting make it feel heavenly.
I think my favorite part of this room is the bathtub. We have tiny tiling work that is so kitschy and cute, it’s tucked into the corner of the room making it feel nice and cozy, and using floodlights under the water to accentuate the blue water makes it feel extra inviting.
8. The Ivory Classic Bathroom
Featured here is a room that really has no trouble with being generous with its spacing. This is a room that I could probably hang out in all day long and have a super pleasant time. Give me a speaker, a book, and a glass of lemonade and I’ll stay the rest of my life.
Absolutely stunning white marble tiling is accentuated by a very elegant egg shaped bathtub with black lacquer on the outside, and white porcelain on the inside. I love how the bathtub has its very own little platform, which of course is situated in front of its very own landscape window.
We also see a very generously sized vanity that spans pretty much the entire length of the bathroom. Herringbone patterned wallpaper adds a bit of funk to the space, which is quite welcomed since so much of it is so elegant.
9. The Modern Peekaboo Bathroom
I have to say that this is my favorite bathroom design in the entire collection. We see here an incredible bathroom off of the master bedroom, in a home that clearly loves to feature huge windows which indicates that the home has some serious privacy if you can walk around naked in a bathroom with windows that huge.
The name of the game here is openness. There is nothing that is impeding your relaxation, from the clear shower walls to the gorgeous egg shaped tub that is situated next to a very generously sized floor to ceiling window.
Simplicity is key here, and the designer just allowed all of the gorgeous elements of the room speak for themselves: the earth colored tiles, the simple and elegant vanities, the gorgeous green accent walls that match the shower tiles perfectly, and the classic hollywood vanity style light bulbs. Love love love everything!
10. The Sexy Slate Bathroom
I think I would probably faint if I ever walked into a bathroom like this in real life. This room really makes you feel like you’re at the spa, when in actuality this is the room that you walk in to first thing when you wake up in the morning. Imagine that!
Despite so many dark colors being used here, it doesn’t stop you from feeling like you’re in a very open and inviting space. Gorgeous dark gray tiling line all of the walls and ceiling, which are instantly warmed up by the amazing cherry stained wood slats that makeup the countertops and cabinets.
One feature that I particularly love is the fact that the shower area doesn’t have shower walls, as the tiled flooring is slanted in such a way that the water just drains directly below you. This is luxury to an absolute T, and despite it being such a brutalist design, you cannot deny the appeal of this bathroom design.
11. The Underground Tub Bathroom
Okay, I don’t really have much to say about this bathroom design other than an UNDERGROUND BATHTUB? ARE YOU SERIOUS? A BATHROOM WITH A BELOW GROUND BATHTUB? I have never heard of such a thing, I have never seen such a thing, but now that I have seen it, I understand what I will now be striving towards for the rest of my life.
But we’ll get to that in a moment. This room is sticking with lighter colored tiles, and the smaller tiles found on the ground really make you feel like you’re in a Turkish bath, but then again, so does that over-the-top amazing tub.
We have a gorgeous shower room here with a marble countertop and really unique sink, which add some nice elements to this already amazing space. At the end of the day, I can’t stop thinking about this tub, especially because of the fact that it has an L shape giving you tons of space, which almost makes it more like a jacuzzi hot tub. Literally to die for.
12. The Perfect Pirate’s Bathroom
The past couple of posts have been dedicated to some really modern and contemporary styles of bathrooms, but this one is so warm, cozy, and rustic that I almost feel soothed just by looking at the photograph. I love the minimal modern stuff, but there’s something particularly special about this room.
Again, it’s so fun to see a room that is so unbothered by space that they can have the luxury of having a bathtub smack dab in the middle of a room. The entire room has a really earthen feel to it, which in my opinion, is the best thing that you can do with a bathroom.
Wood flooring and exposed wooden beaming on the ceiling almost makes you feel like you’re on a sailboat, especially with the cute little peephole style windows on either side of the wall. Little personal vanities on either of the side are separated by a very luxurious looking shower area, all brought together by a truly incredible antique looking tub. I love this bathroom.
13. The Special Stoned Bathroom
Given the fact that there is a tray with a wine set up on it really is the first indication that this isn’t just a bathroom that you can brush your teeth in, but it’s a bathroom that you can really unwind and give yourself an at-home spa treatment.
This can happen with an absolutely stunning corner jacuzzi tub with stunning stonework steps on the exterior, and really lovely vanities and cabinets on every side of the room. I personally love what a cushioned ottoman says in a bathroom, since it’s not very common to have a space to sit in a bathroom.
The truly special aspects of this room are the herringbone pattern flooring – which honestly I can’t even really tell what it’s made of – but the tiling on the walls are really the star of the show. We see absolutely stunning Japanese style cherry blossom tiling on the walls, which is not only beautiful, but unique and statement making at the same time.
14. The Nearly Sauna Bathroom
I’m starting to see patterns with certain designs, where designers like to use one material for one half of the room, and another is used for the other half of a room. This is coming with the understanding that different parts of rooms are used for different things.
One half of the room here is dedicated to the shower space, where we see gorgeous birch stained wood on all corners with amazing literal stone tiled flooring. The right half of the room is dedicated to cleanliness and pure white accents, with white walls and a gorgeous minimal bathtub.
I think using dark hardwood for the cabinets in this space is so smart, as it brings some dimension and some warmth to the room. The final thing is that I’m pretty positive that this photo was taken from a balcony, and god knows there is nothing I love more than a bathroom that is right off of an outdoor area.
15. The Light & Bright Bathroom
Elegance is the theme for this generously sized bathroom; elegance and timelessness. This is very clearly indicated by the amazing crystal chandelier on the ceiling and by the orchid set on the stunning vanity countertop.
The room is so bright and beautiful, which is what happens with you use a ton of lighter colors in a bathroom space. This room is longer than it is wide, but at the end of the day this is more than enough space than you really need in a bathroom.
I know you’re looking at that double shower head at the back of the room, and I know that you’re eyeing that clawfoot tub that is situated in a cheeky little flat screen TV. This is a superbly luxurious bathroom design that anyone could find serenity in.
16. The Extravagancy Bathroom
All that I can really say about this room is wow. Have you ever seen a bathroom with a side table in the middle of the room that is there only to hold decorations? Yeah, didn’t think so. This bathroom isn’t afraid of being too much, it wants to be too much.
I honestly cant fully tell if the image of the bathtub is a painting of a bathtub or if it’s a reflection in a mirror of the bathtub on the other side, or if it’s just a huge window that is leading you towards an OUTDOOR BATHTUB, but whatever is going on, I am here for it and loving it.
We have amazing limestone tiling on the floor that leads you towards a darker color tile for the walls that actually totally works, especially when we notice the coffee colored wall paint and ceiling pant as well. There is so much incredible stuff going on in this bathroom design.
17. The Clear Bathtub Bathroom
Have you ever seen a bathroom like this before? I definitely haven’t seen a bathroom like this before, and pretty much at every level. This room is brutalist, minimal, modern, elegant, and incredible all wrapped up into one.
It’s not every day that you see tiling as stunning as this, especially next to a wall that is made entirely out of windows. A floating countertop with is host to beautiful sinks and mirrored storage above is so minimal and ergonomic that I could just faint.
Now let’s take a minute to talk about la piece de resistance, the clear bathtub. I have never seen a clear bathtub, I have never even thought about the idea of a clear bathtub, and now that I’m thinking about it, I don’t know how I feel about it all the way. Have you ever seen your own naked body framed in a tub of water? Neither have I. I’m sure it’s gorgeous. Let’s all get clear bathtubs.
18. The Ceramic Bathroom
This bathroom makes me feel like I’m in a ceramic vase. From the gorgeous curved ceiling work to the incredible little nook only dedicated to the jacuzzi tub, this bathroom is going to care for you in every way that it can.
There is amazing tile work in pretty much every single nook and cranny of this room is what really brings this room to another level, but then again, every aspect of this room is bringing it to another level. From the faux finish wall paint to the cheeky windows in every direction, this bathroom makes you want to stay all day and never leave.
19. The Fire & Water Bathroom
Now I love a fireplace. I love a fireplace in a sitting room, I love a fireplace in a kitchen, but you best believe, that I love a fireplace most, when it is in a bathroom. This is something that I’ve never seen in real life before, so I’m thankful to have been given some inspiration for what I seek for in my life.
The rounded rug situated in front of the fireplace just makes you feel like you should lay down there and dry off after a nice shower. The shower room is extra lovely with a seated area for a little steam action, and the whole thing is perfectly cohesive when all the same marble is used for the walls and flooring. Truly a luxurious scene front head to toe.
20. The Corner Jacuzzi Bathroom
There’s just something so special and serene about this master bathroom. I love the simplicity of it, the warmth and cleanliness of the color scheme, the huge corner windows that let you see the greenery outside, and the extravagant size of both the shower room and the bathtub.
Beautiful beige stone tiling is used all along the floor, the siding of the tub, and even as a little backsplash around the tub as well. I think having a jacuzzi in the corner of a bathroom such a nice touch, especially when it’s situated underneath windows so huge.
The super simple vanity tells us at this room is more for relaxation than it is for preparing for your day. The very generously sized shower room is complete with a waterfall faucet and Turkish style tiling on the ground. I really love the look of this bathroom!
21. The Yacht Club Bathroom
It’s not very often that you see this much wood used in a bathroom design – I think mostly because wood is prone to warping from the constant change of temperature and humidity level – but it is clear that some serious craftsmanship has gone into the making of this master bath.
Wood is used everywhere that it can be used, and we see white porcelain everywhere it should be. I especially love the use of white knobs for the drawers, it brings a cute little pop of contrast to the otherwise stark colored wood.
I particularly love the pattern of this floor tiling, and it was a great choice to use it for the backsplash around the bathtub. Something I find particularly cute about this bathroom is how the mirrors are kind of placed around as they were portholes on the deck of a ship, which I think may have been the designers overall goal for the space. If so, I think that’s so cute and fun!
22. The Lemon Meringue Bathroom
I really really adore the design concept behind this master bathroom. It has a ton of classic elements that make it truly timeless, and I think anyone would be happy to wake up to this type of bathroom every morning.
Starting with the upper half of the room, it’s always fun to have an irregularly angled ceiling, and even more so when it’s next to wall paint that is the color of lemon custard! The chandeliers give it a really classy look which is extended to the bottom half of the room as well.
Gorgeous tiling is found all throughout the room, a superbly generously sized shower room is begging you to stay for 5 minutes longer, and that clawfoot tub is truly what dreams are made of. Everything is made all the better once you realize that this bathroom is set right off of its very own balcony.
23. The Mid Century Bathroom
There is something weird going on with this bathroom and I absolutely love it. It’s super mid-century modern, it has a super Japanese aesthetic, and the whole thing is so large and open that it almost makes me what to just set up a murphy bed in there and stay forever.
The speckled nature of the tiling that’s found on the floor and steps to the bathtub almost make it look like its carpet, which obviously would be a horrendous choice, but ends up making the room feel oddly cozy.
We see nothing but clean and sharp lines in this room, but it doesn’t make it feel stuffy or not inviting. You almost can’t tell what is a window and what is a mirror, which makes the room feel completely expansive. A really fun and minimalist design that could appeal to any and all audiences.
24. The Venetian Bathroom
Now some may think that this is bathroom design is a bit tacky and outdated – and they would be right – but there is honestly nothing wrong with that. You cannot deny that this must have been incredibly fun to bring to live, and there are folks out there who would love this bathroom forever.
This bathroom reminds me of the Venetian hotel in Las Vegas that has cloudy skies painted on the ceilings and the whole thing is adorned with draperies just like those surrounding the bathtub area.
Clearly the main event in this bathroom is the tub, as everything is guiding you directly towards it. The rest of the bathroom could be redone, but the tub stays!
25. The Red Marble Room Bathroom
I really love the effect that this type of tiling has. I think it’s so lovely to use the same tile for the floors, walls, and countertops, as it kind of makes you feel like you’re in a giant tub or a special box that’s there just for relaxation.
Having mirrors running along the entire vanity and back wall make the room feel absolutely huge, and I really love the incorporation of a huge tree in the room. Why more people don’t have plants in their bathrooms I will never understand – the humidity is so good for them!
The color scheme for this room is rather unusual and unique – having more rust colored tiling with black accents – but I find it to be very gorgeous and bright all the same, especially since the room is set off of its very own deck area!
26. The Chessboard Bathroom
It’s honestly incredible what a simple pattern can do to a room, and in this case, having diagonally arranged checkerboard tiling can bring a really chic and classic looking bathroom into some serious Alice in Wonderland vibes.
Light gray stone tiling on the bottom half of the walls break up the pattern nicely, and a super neutral wall color pairs nicely with a lovely sea foam green color on the cabinets. You could fit at least 4 of your friends in that tub, and don’t think I can’t see those jet streams in there!
27. The Nothing but Ornate Bathroom
Oof! There is a lot of bougie stuff going on in this bathroom design! We have nothing but ornate in this room, from floor to ceiling on the best materials have been used to construct it, and the best design features to create the most elegant and gorgeous bathroom possible.
There is some seriously stunning and ornate tile work being done all over this room, from the flooring to the walls to the entire area surrounding the bathtub, and probably within the bathtub itself! I’m starting to really love these bathroom designs that have an entire nook dedicated to the bathtub area.
We have minimal vanities with gorgeous black stonework and some beautiful classic, stainless steel faucets. Warm colored faux finish wall paint really warms up the room, and a walk-in shower stall just sets the whole thing on another level.
28. The Warm Stone Bathroom
This bathroom has to be one of my top favorites in the collection. I know that I’ve said it before, but each one is so different and so special that it’s really hard to pick just one! This is minimal, gorgeous, and so cozy and timeless that any person alive would be eager to wake up just to wash their face in that sink.
Again, we see another design that is using the same color of tile all over the room and it creates this effect of you feeling like you’re in a giant bathtub next to a mini bathtub, you know what I mean? Or maybe a better analogy is like you’re in a Turkish bath.
We have a super long bathtub situated underneath a quaintly sized peep window to give you a glimpse of the outdoors, and we know that that bathtub was built for 2. We have a super modern vanity with dark countertops that really elevates the feel of the room.
29. The Run Around Bathroom
I find the overall shape of this bathroom so interesting that it just had to be included in the collection. It’s unusual to have a shower room directly in the centre of a room, and it’s even more unusual to have the bathtub situated directly beside it!
The surrounding walls are simply gorgeous with vertically arranged wooden planks that have been painted a gorgeous moss color, which pairs absolutely perfectly with the dark hardwood cabinetry. We see a beautiful A frame ceiling, and gorgeous dark framed windows all over the walls. This is an absolutely gorgeous bathroom design in surely a gorgeous home.
30. The Simple & Serene Bathroom
Another country classic bathroom design here that is so cozy and cute that it makes you want to stay forever! I simply adore the fact that the room has an attic style ceiling and the bathtub is situated in its own little nook complete with a built in shelf for your towels and essential oils.
The rest of the room is quite minimal and classic, with off white cabinetry and some delicately patterned tiles, and a very lovely walk in shower room with a little seat in case you want to take your time and have a steam. Everything about this room is perfect, sign me up twice!
31. The Pillar Bathroom
I’m starting to notice a bit of a trend with the most amazing bathrooms having their bathtubs centred directly in the middle of the room. Nothing says “I don’t need to care about space saving” like having a bathroom about as large as most people’s entire apartments. And I am not throwing shade! I take at least 3 baths a week and I am all for having a luxurious bathroom.
The extravagancy in this bathroom is taken to another level with these gorgeous stone pillars that are guiding you towards the bathtub nook. The jacuzzi tub itself is situated underneath its very own square window and beside a beautiful walk in shower room with more nozzles than I would really know what to do with.
We’re sticking with a warm, lighter colored theme in this room that makes it feel particularly heavenly and welcoming. I would personally find it hard to ever leave this bathroom in the morning, it’s a sanctuary!
32. The Heaven is Orange Bathroom
This is just such a fun bathroom design! There are so many interesting choices that the designer made in this design, but the whole thing is just so over-the-top bonkers extravagant that I think it just completely works.
We have very simple light tiling going on, which is totally necessary because of how bold the rest of the room is. I find the lighting under the vanities just so outlandish and fun, and it must look absolutely stunning at night time when you’re having a bath in the dark.
Stunning stone countertops match some very bold, orange, faux finish wall paint, that really ties the entire room together. If we take a gander towards the bathtub room, you’ll see an enormous jacuzzi tub that is situated in front of its very own fireplace. Why you would want a fireplace in front of you while you take a hot soak I do not understand, but I do know that I want it.
33. The Ceramicist Bathroom
Yet another completely gorgeous bathroom design that has the bathtub as the centrepiece, but why would it ever not be? Why else have an extravagant bathroom but to take a wild amount of long soaks in it?
I really adore how the bathtub is situated in its very own little closed nook in the centre of the room, and the fact that the surrounding walls are made from clay really brings it to another level of coziness. The same color of tile is used all over the rest of the room and it creates a beautiful effect.
We have a couple of floating bowl sinks situated on top of a beautiful vanity and a walk in shower room with a shower head I have never before seen! I have no idea why that window is so green but I do know that it’s the perfect contrasting color to the tile in the room!
34. The Perfect Bathroom
Modern primary bathroom coming in hot here that is boasting some gorgeous tiling, a super long jacuzzi tub that is perfect for two, and an equally long vanity with a sink so large that you could probably take a bath in the sink as well.
I simply adore that the same material found on the ground is used to coat the wall as well, and using a mirror with a little etched in tree design almost makes it feel like a window which makes the room feel even larger. This is a superbly designed big bathroom, but it’s not so big that it almost makes you want to laugh, you know?
35. The Dream Home Bathroom
And last but not least, we are finishing off this incredible collection with an incredible bathroom design. We have darker colors present in this room, but it makes it feel particularly inviting, almost sensual even.
Tile is used in every inch that tile could be used in this space, making you feel like you’re own little cozy world. The entire room is obviously constructed around the jacuzzi tub in the centre, made all the more dramatic with pillars on either side and rounded ceilings and windows to accentuate the area.
The shape of the tub is to die for, the windows surrounding it are so open and beautiful, and you know that a bathroom is designed for rest and relaxation when there is such a cushy looking ottoman just asking you to air dry for a while.