There is something very powerful about a nice bathroom. A nice bathroom can help heal you if you’re sick, it can help soothe you if you’re stressed, it can help cheer you up if you’re sad, and it’s also great for all of those regular grooming tasks that we don’t talk about in public.
While small bathrooms can absolutely still be nice, there’s something about a mansion that is extra nice. The extra space that a large house provides really allows designers to play around with extravagant features in the bathroom – the kind that make you feel like you’ve escaped to the spa when all you’ve done is take a tinkle.
This collection will contain waterfall showers, stone bathtubs, gorgeous tiling, and endless amounts of extravagance and luxury. So whether you’re here to daydream about your dream home, or you’re here to peruse for your own home renovations, hopefully you feel inspired by these wildly gorgeous mansion bathrooms.
1. The Ink Art Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: We’re starting off this grandiose collection with a rather grandiose room. This striking bathroom belongs in James Bond’s fantasies, or in Austin Power’s wildest imagination. It is so over the top, but that’s exactly why we’re all here, isn’t it?
This stunning room starts with cream and coffee marbled floors which elegantly bleeds into the walls as well. A coffered ceiling leads towards a stunning skylight that boasts the same pattern we see radiating from the bathtub. The vanity areas are settled in their own little arched alcoves decorated gorgeous tiling of the same color scheme.
Features & Furniture: Not only does this bathroom feature a fireplace built right in to the wall between the two vanity areas, but a glorious copper stone tub sits in the centre of the room. It’s high edges make it feel super deep, while these amazing patterns on the floor just send the room to an incredible place.
Double vanities feature bowl sinks, rounded mirrors, and gorgeous rich chocolate hardwood cabinetry. The shower room is almost indiscernible from the rest of the room in that it inhabits its own little cove that is lined with some of the most gorgeous marble tiling that you’ve ever seen.
Decor: With so many bold features in this room, it is safe to hold off on the decoration just to make sure that it doesn’t become too much. This room features lovely little framed photos in the more plain portions of the walls, and that is enough!
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2. The White Marble Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: I just love the idea of having a live-in spa in my home, especially living in a metropolitan area that can sometimes make you feel dirty at the end of the day, and very much in need of a long and hot bath.
This heavenly bathroom is another room that sports floor to ceiling marble, but this time the marble tiling boasts a gorgeous ivory and very light gray color scheme. Windows in nearly every direction make the room feel even brighter and airier.
Features & Furniture: This beautifully spacious bathroom features a vanity that lines an entire wall of the room with shining white cabinets, and two large bowl sinks of white as well. The shower room is tucked in the corner and obscured with fogged glass walls.
My personal favorite feature of the room is the egg shell shaped bathtub. I just think it would be so neat to bathe in a tub of an odd shape. And of course, you can’t go wrong with a little balcony off of your primary bathroom to have a sip of champagne and strawberries on a Sunday morning.
Decor: This bathroom is so elegant and gorgeous that it doesn’t need much in way of decoration, but we still see some clever lighting and lovely little cosmetics trays. All you need if some fluffy bath mats and you’re all set for some spa time.
3. The Getaway Soak Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: While so many bathrooms are adorned with lighter color schemes, it’s rather dramatic to see one that boasts so many darker tones. This approach really makes the room feel like a private den, made just for your relaxation.
This amazing bathroom features dark hardwood floors and walls painted a very similar shade. This creates such a dramatic contrast against the light features of the room, and surprisingly, the lighter ceiling combined with the dark walls makes the room feel very tall!
Features & Furniture: I simply adore how this gloriously deep and generous bathtub is sat right in front of its very own window that reveals a very happy money tree. Beautiful and unique cabinetry work lines the other wall of the room, with clever lighting to illuminate the contents on the counter.
Decor: The neat thing about bathrooms is that they don’t need to really be decorated beyond what would already be in a bathroom. Items and products of relaxation and beauty also just so happen to be lovely to look at, which we see with fluffy towels, beautiful balms and elixirs, and bouquets of fresh flowers for both fragrance and color.
4. The Cathedral Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: Sigh. This reminds me of one of those homes that you see on a Netflix show that is literally just based on showing the most beautiful homes in the world. Could you imagine taking a bath in this room, even just once, let alone for the rest of your life?
Gorgeous tiling with ornate star emblems decorate the floor, while ivory colored paint accentuates gorgeous arched frames that double as countertops, and a huge doorway that saunters you out to the veranda. Star shaped skylights mirror the designs on the floor.
Features & Furniture: I really appreciate how the bathtub lays in the very middle of the room, letting you know that there is only one purpose for this room, and that is relaxing. This low set tub in a rectangular shape cleverly has a surface at one end for soaps, bouquets, and glasses of libations.
Decor: Again, another room that is so gorgeous all on its own that it simply does not require anything beyond a gorgeous view and a bouquet of flowers.
5. The Royal Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: Regality and luxury don’t even begin to start describing this bathroom space. While it’s incredible fancy, it’s kind of playful in the way that it’s fancy. It’s so over the top that it’s almost silly, at that starts with the black and white checkerboard floors.
White tiled walls enrobe the spacious room and wooden framing around the windows and on the ceiling successfully warms up the space. The antique features of the space are especially special and are great in combination with the interior.
Features & Furniture: It almost feels like this bathroom belongs in a period piece about Queen Anne. While I am not certain what the golden cage in the back of the room is for, I adore how the sink area is mounted on an antique stone table with two top mount bowl sinks made of gold!
A golden facade armoir sits astride the chic and modern white bathtub – which is a refreshing element of modernity in an overall antique space.
Decor: If you didn’t think this room was over the top, you probably changed your mind once you noticed the golden and crystal chandelier. And I don’t mean over the top in a negative way by any means! It’s playful, loud, and stylish and elegant all at the same time.
6. The Bright & Simple Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: It’s a little bit funny to call this bathroom modest, since it only seems that way since the other bathrooms that we’ve seen so far have been so wildly extravagant! Nevertheless, this is a beautiful bathroom that would spark joy in anyone.
Simple and small white tiles line the floors, while cream walls with very light gray trim adorn the walls. This subtle incorporation of color difference between the wall and trim give it a fresh and elegant look that people don’t often think of!
The bathtub is set in its very own little alcove in front of corner windows which is truly the perfect place for a good, long soak. The mirrors around the vanity cleverly mirror the same shape as the bathtub alcove.
Features & Furniture: I personally really adore these twin vanities. Sharing the same surface, the vanity features a light gray countertop, cream drawers, open shelving for towels, and two simple top mount sinks. A modern and sleek shaped bathtub is the perfect single soaker size.
Decor: This perfect bathroom isn’t currently decorated, but it also doesn’t really need to be. I might just put a light brown bath mat in front of the tub and vanity, and maybe a happy purple orchid on the windowsill, but otherwise, the room is complete.
7. The Ultimate Relaxation Bathroom
Floors & Walls: I think I would spend a lot of time in this bathroom if it were mine. It’s spacious, modern, but incredibly inviting and comfortable looking. Slick white floors meet slick white walls and a white ceiling. Black framing around the windows is always a great idea if you’re looking to make something feel modern and fresh.
Features & Furniture: There are endless features in this beautiful space. I’ll start with the beautiful stone fireplace that is not only situated right beside the gorgeous egg shaped bath tub, but also by a flat screen tv. Who wouldn’t want to watch The Titanic in the bath?
Next, we have a clear rounded shower room with beautiful hardware, and a sweet lounging ottoman that is perfect for a calm and casual dry off. The vanity area features simple cabinetry, but a circular mirror with recessed lighting behind it for amazing illumination.
Decor: While the room is currently bare, I think that it could do with some gorgeous and huge plants for color and life, a colorful rug in the middle of the room, and maybe some fun trinkets on the fireplace mantle.
8. The Long Soak Bathroom
Floors & Walls: This gorgeous room does a wonderful job of balancing darker tones with lighter tones. Dark stone floors make way for dark geometric tiles that coat the entire shower and bathtub area. With the blinds closed it feels rather dark, but I imagine it’s luminous in here when they’re open.
Features & Furniture: I enjoy the fact that this bathroom features an entire bathing room rather than just a bath tub and shower room. Two waterfall shower heads hang on either side of the rounded bath tub. This part of the room is separated by a glass wall, which on the other side we see a dark vanity with a white top mount sink.
Decor: Another bathroom with no extra decoration, but with a shower room as big as this, it’s just begging for some humidity loving tropical plants.
9. The Stone Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: This highly modern bathroom is certainly a lovely place to get yourself ready for another day. This room is industrial inspired by its cement floors and huge black framed garage-style windows, while we grow elegant with the amazing marbled stone walls for the shower room.
Features & Furniture: A deep and rounded tub in white porcelain sits in front of huge windows, while a tall and rectangular shower room set beside the windows steals the show. I can almost imagine a sauna sitting next to these two features!
Decor: The bathroom is a room where I find lighting is often forgotten about – which is a little bit ironic since flattering lighting should be a priority in a room where you are most frequently naked. That’s why it’s so nice to see three wicker light fixtures hanging over the bathtub. Now all that is missing is some textured bath mats, some huge plants, and some fluffy towels.
10. The Windowed Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: Now this. This is what I call a dream bathroom. While we can’t see too much of it, you already get an idea that this is probably one of the most fantastic bathrooms ever imagined and executed.
This gorgeous space is elegant in its simplicity, with shined concrete floors, and floor to ceiling window walls framed in warm hued hardwood. Concrete finishes everything off with the ceiling as well. Walls like this allow you to feel like you’re bathing outside, but safe from the bugs.
Features & Furniture: This modern and elegant bathtub is so deep that it just begs two people to have a soak. I adore the dimpled outer wall and the tall and elegant black faucet. What I find incredibly neat is the fact that there is almost certainly a waterfall shower head situated above this bamboo floor mat, which almost certainly has a drain set underneath, creating an open shower space.
Decor: This room feels entirely complete to me, and all it took was a couple of potted plants to match the bath tub, and an unimpeded view of the incredible tropical landscape outside. This room gets 10’s across the board if you ask me. Sometimes, less is more, y’know?
11. The Boulder Tub Bathroom
Floors & Walls: Well this is certainly a special room. Coming in three parts with three entirely different materials and looks to them, this incredible bathroom space still feels cohesive and endlessly luxurious.
The shower room boasts a sanded pebble floor with limestone tile walls, the next features limestone tile floors with dark, wooden colored tiles for the walls and ceiling, and the outdoor shower features limestone tiled floors and walls with a beautifully decorative seashell window that peeps to the outside.
Features & Furniture: Each portion of this bathroom is special in its own right, I guess it’s just up to you every day if you’d rather have a quick clean in the indoor shower with brass hardware, if you want to take a long soak in the hollowed out boulder bathtub, or enjoy the morning sun in the waterfall outdoor shower.
Decor: This room is so impeccable by its base design that is truly doesn’t need much decoration, though it could use a bit! We get an interesting ribboned light fixture, but I’d love to see some ornamental grass, a patterned bath mat, and as always, some plants!
12. The Cove Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: I think that this room is one of my favorites in the collection. Maybe it’s the lighting, maybe it’s all of the beautiful stone, or maybe it’s all of it put together.
The floors are made from beautiful limestone tiles, while the walls are comprised of stacked stones. Arched ceilings are painted cream, and the bathtub area is lined with gorgeous landscape windows.
Features & Furniture: I really appreciate how ergonomic this room is. The vanity lines the entire wall and features beautiful wooden cabinets, a limestone countertop, and a stainless steel sink – which you don’t actually see very often in bathrooms!
The bathtub is nestled into its very own little alcove and is set with limestone siding and windows on every side. The mirror reveals that there is actually a little fireplace built in to the stone wall that we don’t see, which is I think why this bathroom design shot to the top of my list.
Decor: This bathroom is perfectly lived in, meaning that it’s perfectly decorated. Happy potted plants, vintage bottles and vases line the counters, and beautiful hanging lights create the perfect ambiance.
13. The Marbled Primary Bathroom
Floors & Walls: This bathroom reminds me of the types of bathrooms I used to see when skiing in Vale with my ex boyfriend and his rich family. While I am not the the type of person to ever own a mansion, I absolutely adore being around people who have worked for that luxury.
This gorgeous room is floor to ceiling stonework with almost a tiramisu color theme. The same stonework has been used for the floors, bathtub siding, walls, shower walls, and even the ceiling believe it or not! The trim has been left cream colored – I don’t think you can make stone trim, but I’m sure if you could, they would have done it.
Features & Furniture: This beautiful space features a bathtub nestled into its own little alcove with windows on every side, and a huge vanity with a single sink, craftsman style cabinetry, and huge mirrors lining the entire thing.
Decor: Usually I would put an ottoman under the furniture section, but this ottoman really just feels like it’s there for a little something extra. This gorgeous rounded ottoman features velour mauve upholstery with a dimpled cushion, and ornate siding. It seems like the perfect place to brush your teeth, dry off, or just contemplate you life in a beautiful room.
14. The Clawfoot Tub Bathroom
Floors & Walls: We’re finishing off this collection that is one of my favorites not only because it’s stylish, but because the features are actually attainable by all sorts of different demographics of folks and homes.
The floor starts with unusual bricklay tiles, and the walls are painted an almost iridescent pearly color. This huge wall to wall, floor to ceiling window is framed in black which we all know is a great way to create drama and contrast.
Features & Furniture: My favorite part about this room is the cabinetry work which gives us a bit of a midcentury modern feel, complete with ribbed wooden and marble countertops. Squared mirrors with rounded edges are a cute touch, while a black clawfoot tub in the middle of the room is just so cute and elegant I hardly know what to do with myself!
Decor: I think this is one of the only bathrooms in the collection that actually has intentional decorating in it, and it makes me so happy! Rustic bath mats sit in front of each vanity, candles sit atop the bathtub ledge, happy lighting sits on either side of the mirrors, and potted plants sit on the countertops. Perfection.