Master Bathroom Suite Design Ideas

The master suite is usually the largest and most luxurious of all bathrooms in a home so it deserves to be given the extra attention and design elements to really show what a master bathroom suite is all about.

Firstly, the interior decoration and theme of the bathroom should match well with the design of the master bedroom in which it is attached to and more importantly, the rest of the home's architecture style. Some popular architectural styles are for instance, the old Victorian and modern loft style. Design elements in the master bathroom must flow well with this basic theme of your home.

When starting out with the design plan, you shouldn't be worrying too much about space constraints because there are just so many kinds of nice bathroom accessories in stores that will work well with any size and style of the bathroom.

If the space is a little bit small then it might be a good idea to install either a corner shower or a corner bathtub to make it more spacious. On the other hand, you can have a bigger glass enclosed walk in shower plus a tub area, if you have plenty of room. Add in a vanity unit and a water closet, and you have yourself a bathroom suite. While, a better idea would be to purchase these bathroom suites in a set from a furniture store so you will have all the units in a matching design.

Among the most popular additions in a modern bathroom are glass bowl vessel sinks, pillars on tub area and of course, mirrors! Full wall mirrors are the best choice in my opinion because they simply look great and the bathroom feels so much larger with these mirrors.

Also, don't forget to have a few storage units or wall mount cabinets to store all your toiletries, towels, bathrobes and such in one place to prevent them from cluttering the bathroom. Colour scheme of the bathroom units should be matching with the tone of the interior and the wall. Take a look at some of these bathroom suites designs for inspiration.

Design inspirations can come from anywhere. Websites, magazines and TV programmes are some of the great places to obtain new ideas.