Classic Master Bathroom Design
Furniture Style Vanities with Feet
Traditional bathroom design elements include deep wood stains and finishes, wide crown molding, oil rubbed bronze, copper, brushed nickel, or chrome touches, white tile patterns, stone (marble or granite) counter tops, and framed mirrors.
See what it takes to build a classic master bath - with five longstanding design elements.
Classic Master Bathroom Design #1: Dark Wood Furniture Vanities
Furniture style vanities with feet add antique appeal to modern bathrooms. The dark his and her vanities offer a stark contrast against the soft, soothing tile and walls.
A patterned mirror and long candle shelf - placed between two peek-a-boo windows - adds a bit of European rustic charm.
Classic Master Bathroom Design #2: Crown Molding
Crown molding stretches around this master bathroom, topping it with understated elegance.
Generous mirrors fill these bathroom walls, making the abundant space feel even larger.
Just inside the closet, an island with matching granite top offers ample, concealed storage space. A closet island can replace the need for a bedroom dresser.
Classic Master Bathroom Design #3: Granite Counter Tops
While granite counter tops are a classic go-to material for master bathroom vanities, we're seeing a surge in requests for Carrara marble countertops.
In this Chapel Hill custom home, the his and her vanities are topped with San Luiz granite. An Ogee style edge - a graceful serpentine curve - traces the granite tops.
Classic Master Bathroom Design #4: Mixing Metal and Crystal
Cove feet support the his and hers vanities, with sink bump-outs that add depth and dimension to the classic bathroom design.
Romantic crystal lights and vanity knobs are paired with alluring chrome faucets.
Classic Master Bathroom Design #5: White Tile Patterns
A personalized tile pattern in the shower, around the tub, or across the floor is a must-have for classic designs.
Master Bathroom Design Ideas for Hillsborough New Homes