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Types of bathrooms:  Master Bathrooms | Powder Rooms

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The bathroom boasts a drop-in tub and a walk-in shower.




A view of the home’s bathroom with walk-in shower and small skylight ceiling. Photo credit: Francis Dzikowski/OTTOBFDO Architects


Another look at the property’s bathroom in mosaic walls and sink. Photo credit: Francis Dzikowski/OTTOBFDO Architects


The pad’s bathroom with mosaic tiled walls and flooring. Photo credit: Francis Dzikowski/OTTOBFDO Architects


Surfboard house’s classic bathroom with walk-in shower and sink. Photo credit: Francis Dzikowski/OTTOBFDO Architects


Contemporary bathroom inside the master suite featuring a double sink, a soaking tub and a walk-in shower room. Photo credit: Alex MaguireLLI Design


Another look of the bathroom featuring stylish walls and walk-in shower along with a single sink.Trulia


The spacious bathroom offers a large soaking tub just beside the walk-in shower on a hardwood flooring with a skylight.Trulia


Another look of the bathroom showcasing the beautiful soaking tub and walk-in shower along with two single sink both with a marble countertop.Trulia


The bathroom has a smooth countertop with warm white wall lighting and a double sink. Built-in desk and a walk-in shower also exist in the room.Trulia


Contemporary bathroom with double sink and walk-in shower along with skylight and tile walls. Photo Credit: Francis Dzikowski/OTTOBFDO Architects


Contemporary bathroom with double sink and tile walls along with walk-in shower. Photo Credit: Francis Dzikowski/OTTOBFDO Architects


The white bathroom boasts a long soaking tub and a walk-in shower with double sink featuring marble countertop lighted by wall lights.Trulia


White modern bathroom with marble flooring and walk-in shower along with freestanding tub. Photo Credit: Adrien WilliamsDesjardins Bherer


Master bathroom boasts drop-in tub paired with a fireplace and walk-in shower lighted by recessed lights.Trulia


Another look of the bathroom focuses on the freestanding tub near the window lighted by wall, recessed and chandelier lights.Trulia


The bathroom boasts a drop-in tub just beside the walk-in shower. Recessed lights brightens the room.Trulia


Another look of the bathroom featuring an elegant wall decor and glass window.Trulia

Our gallery of master bathrooms with a walk-in shower will show you the numerous possibilities for creating a spa-like setting for your home. This type is favored in over 22 percent, according to our interior design survey. And it’s easy to see why.

A walk-in shower gives you the feeling of stepping into a rainforest with the gentle spray of warm water like a summer rain shower. It makes it more of an experience that will make unwinding at the end of the day more relaxing. You’ll see this natural association in other elements of a master bathroom.

Wall Tile Materials and Colors

Tiles provide an excellent way to add color to a room and tie the other elements together with the room’s style. The most popular choices are:

  • Porcelain
  • Ceramic
  • Stone
  • Mosaic
  • Subway

Neutral colors prevail as the most favored that ties in with these themes. The top five tile color choices are:

  • Beige
  • White
  • Gray
  • Multi
  • Brown

With beige and brown, there are pleasant associations with warmth, stability, and reliability which are the kinds of feelings you want to foster in your home. White conveys things such as cleanliness, innocence, and purity which are also welcome. You’ll see the same choices echoed in the overall color scheme of the room.

Bathroom Styles

A walk-in shower works well with any style of master bathroom. However, there are some definite preferences. The most popular ones are:

Common themes we see here are the convenience, familiarity, and minimalist. They all add to the comfort of the room and are a great fit for the natural setting a walk-in shower can provide.

Floor Materials

As you may expect, tiles are the most common choice for flooring in our interior design survey. These materials can handle the inevitable water and overspray from the shower. The top five choices include:

  • Porcelain tile
  • Ceramic tile
  • Marble
  • Travertine
  • Mosaic tile

Natural colors also dominate the most common picks with beige, gray, and white leading the pack. They add to the relaxing atmosphere of the room. Cooler shades of the last two can take the mood of tranquility one step further.

Other Options

Of course, the spa experience won’t be complete without the right shower head. A multi-function model is an ideal choice. You’ll find a variety of options including those that simulate rainfall to ones that have several massage settings. Some even come with their own form of chromatherapy lighting displays.