especially when it comes to the spaces where you spend the most time. The primary bathroom, or main bathroom, is one of those spaces, and we consider it one of the most important when tackling a project, be it a new build or remodel.
If you’re looking for primary bathroom inspiration, keep scrolling to see eight of our favorite designs, read more about the process behind them, and shop the accents that bring them to life!
This primary bathroom in our AZ Homestead Project feels fresh and timeless with a subtle green tone on the cabinetry, painted with Sensible Hue by Sherwin Williams, gold hardware and accents, and beautiful marble mosaic floors. We added interest in the details with counter-front sinks and contrasting hardware on the vanity and centered the space with an eye-catching free-standing tub and coordinating brass tap-ware.
In The McGee Home Master bathroom, we started designing the space knowing we would have a lot of light through big beautiful windows behind our bathtub. We wanted to balance warm and cool tones and took our cabinetry and vanity up a notch with grey marble slab and light oak cabinetry. This is one of our favorite spaces in the home, and we love how the textures work together to create interest and dimension.
If you’ve seen our show “Dream Home Makeover” on Netflix, you might recognize The Sunset House Primary Bath. We love how this space feels open and bright, with its large steel windows bringing in an abundance of natural light. The light-grey cabinetry adds an element of depth to the white walls and marble throughout, and a few unexpected furniture pieces add a warm, lived-in feeling to the clean finishes.
Our Crestview Primary Bath project was a remodel that started with a lot less light and storage space. When we first walked this site, we realized that we had quite a bit of vaulted space in the ceilings, so we built into it as high as we could to create a moment above the free-standing bathtub. We chose a grained and knotted wood to contrast the limestone floors and clean, minimal hardware coordinating with the black-finished metal lighting throughout this space.
The primary bathroom in our Calabassas Remodel was another update that brought more light and function to the space. Although the finishes and materials needed a refresh, we did like the layout of the bathtub in the middle of the two vanities, so we didn’t restructure it. Adding timeless black and white flooring, a freestanding tub, light oak cabinetry, and contrasting black and silver hardware brought it to life, making it one of our favorites to date!
Our Swan Lake House project sits on a beautiful property with amazing, sweeping lake views, and when we were designing this bathroom space, we knew we wanted to keep the windows the primary focus. To add more warmth to the look, we selected a streamlined light oak cabinetry for the vanity that mirrors the paneled wall behind the bathtub and contrasts the marble floors.
Another remodel from our Netflix show, the Winkleman Family Primary Bath Remodel was originally filled with carpeted floors and dark wood finishes that blocked the light coming in through the above-bath window. We gave the space a refresh with white paint and cool light blue cabinetry on the vanity, dark limestone-like tile, and of course, a beautiful free-standing tub.
In our PC Contemporary Primary Bath, clean lines set the tone for the suite with carried marble tile throughout the space, a long wood floating vanity, and one continuous mirror. A dark vintage rug adds depth to the marble flooring and draws attention to the black hardware accents. Light filters through the windows in this bathroom, bouncing off the muted color palette.
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