10 Master Bathrooms We Love

These master bathrooms boast lots of style, and lots of space.

A study in all things white, her bath includes upscale, spa-like amenities. The spacious soaking tub and a built-in makeup vanity with upholstered seating encourage relaxation and retreat. Photo by Jean Allsopp.

Featured: His & Hers

Designer: Libby Greene Interiors, 205.807.2192. [email protected]; Contractor: Francis A. Bryant & Sons, 205.802.7700. fabryant.com; Architect: Pete Pritchard 205.803.3011. petepritchard.com; Tile: Kenny and Company 205.323.5616. kennycompany.com; Plumbing fixtures: V&W Supply,  205.324.9521. vwsupply.com; Marble vanity tops and tub surround: Fragments, fragmentstone.com; Cabinets: Michael Morrow of MDM Design Studio,  205.266.3905. mdmdesignstudio.com; Tile: Kenny and Company; Large window over tub: Francis A. Bryant & Sons; Lighting: Libby Greene Interiors

Photo by Laurey Glenn.

Featured: Full of Potential 

Builder, interior design, landscape: River Brook Construction and River Brook Interior Design, riverbrook.construction Flooring: Morton Flooring, mortonflooringllc.com Bathroom hardware:  Brandino Brass Bathroom tile/backsplash: Floor & Decor, flooranddecor.com 

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The master bathroom is saturated in a turquoise-green (Bahama Green, Benjamin Moore) with white countertops, a freestanding tub from Fixtures & Finishes, brass fixtures from Brandino Brass, and warm wood floors. Photo by Jean Allsopp.

Featured: A Colorful Lakeside Retreat 

Interiors: Allison Spensley, IG @RedTemboDesigns, Architect: Richard Long, Long & Long Design, longandlongdesign.com, 205.637.5777 Builder: Ruff Reams, ruffreams.com, 205.982.8002 Kitchen and bath cabinets: Bud’s Cabinets, Sylacauga, 256.249.3716 Countertops: Cottage Supply Company, cottagesupplycompany.com, 205.458.0002 Master bathroom fixtures: Fixtures & Finishes, 205.323.5616

Almost every inch of the master bath is marble. Photo by Jean Allsopp.

Featured: A Fresh Start

Plan designer: Crystal Tucker, Twin Construction, 205.802.3920, twincompanies.com Builder: Twin Construction,twincompanies.com Interior designer: Laurie Fulkerson,  Twin Interiors, 205.802.3920, twincompanies.com Kitchen:Cabinet hardware: Brandino Brass, 205.978.8900, brandinobrass.com Countertops: Surface One, surface1.com, Triton Stone, tritonstone.com Backsplash: Triton Stone Cabinets: Parsons Cabinetry, 205. 960.3636 Master bath: Cabinets:Parsons Cabinetry Cabinet hardware: Brandino Brass Tile: Triton Stone 

“The homeowner wanted blue cabinets with brass details,” says designer Danielle Robin of Twin Interiors. “I felt like the layout of the space also called for a tiled feature wall.” Curved, brass-framed mirrors mimic the curvy pattern of the tile.

Featured: Blissfully Bold

Interior design: Danielle Robin, Twin Interiors, 205.802.3920, twincompanies.com Builder: Twin Construction, twincompanies.com Tile: Triton, 205.592.0202, tritonstone.com Plumbing fixtures: Ferguson, 205. 254.3454, ferguson.com Cabinet hardware: Brandino Brass, 205.978.8900, brandinobrass.com Cabinet paint color: Mount Etna by Sherwin-Williams, sherwin-williams.com Countertop: Surface One, 205.621.1125, surface1.com 

Sheer curtains allow morning light to filter in yet provide privacy in the master bathroom. A brass tub filler tops the clean-lined, freestanding tub.

Featured: Raising the Roof 

Architect: Bill Moore, Carlisle Moore Architects, Inc., carlislemoorearchitects.com Interior designer: Emory Ratliff, Emory Ratliff Interiors, 205.807.6586 Builder: Trey Goldstein, Cotton Construction, cottonconstructioninc.com 

The glass-paneled shower wall in the master bath relates back to the door at the front entrance, giving a design point of reference in the home. Photo by Jean Allsopp.

Featured: Standout Style

Interior designer: Laura Vogtle, Design Supply • 205.910.5369  [email protected] Builder: Trey Goldstein, Cotton Construction Inc. • 205.413.1962 cottonconstructioninc.com Master bathroom chandelier:through Design Supply

In the master bath, Jenny used square marble tiles from Triton Stone, rather than an expensive slab, to create a shapely backsplash behind the tub. Photo by Jean Allsopp.

Featured: Lake Escape

Interior Design: Jenny Edwards, J. Edwards Interiors, 205.870.5100, jedwardsinteriors.com Architect: Jeffrey Dungan, Jeffrey Dungan Architects, 205.322.2057, jeffreydungan.com Builder: Kevin Shubird, WSC Distinctive Builders, LLC, 334.567.4715, wscdistinctivebuilders.com

Doors that fold open to a courtyard—the perfect finishing touch. Photo by Jean Allsopp.

Featured: Inside Out 

Architect: Walker Renneker of Tent Shop Design, 205.957.6524, tentshopdesign.com Designer: Sarah Peinhardt of Sarah Peinhardt Design Studio, 205.901.5067  Builder: Matt Cross of Cross Construction , 205.365.4088 Hardware: Brandino Brass, 205.978.8900, brandinobrass.com Fixtures: Fixtures & Finishes, 205.323.5616, fixturesandfinishes.com Countertops, Tile/Backsplash:  Synergy Stone, 205.556.8115, synergystoneinc.com Floors: Fire Rock, firerock.us Folding doors/wall system: Nanawall, nanawall.com

Large panels behind the tub add interest to the expanse of wall. They also eliminate the need for artwork. Photo by Jean Allsopp.

Featured: Timeless & Tranquil 

Builder: Murphy Home Builders murphyhomebuilders.net Tile: Acme/Jenkins Brick & Tile, 205.988.3913 Plumbing fixtures: GLS Supply glssupply.com Lighting: Inline Lighting inlinelighting.com Wallpaper: through Davis Design, 205.991.2929

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