An ensuite primary bathroom should work in harmony with the primary bedroom, and include something special that the other bathrooms in the home don’t have—whether that means more space, a luxurious garden tub, a built-in dressing table, a double shower, a chandelier, patterned tile, wallpaper, or whatever else makes it feel special, stylish, and luxurious to you.
Check out these 20 Primary Bathroom Ideas to Covet Right Now designed to fit a range of lifestyles and tastes for some ideas.
Mixed Metals 1
Blogger Ursula Carmona of Home Made by Carmona used a subdued black and white palette for this primary bathroom makeover, with wood panel details, framed art, wall sconces, and mixed metals to add polish.
In this light and airy primary bathroom from interior designer Mindy Gayer of Mindy Gayer Design Co., wrap-around windows flood the space with natural light, and a skylight over the tub tucked into the far end of the room provides a view of the stars at night.
Wood Accents 3
In this fresh, easy, and earthy primary bathroom from interior designer Mindy Gayer of Mindy Gayer Design Co., white shiplap walls and wood touches including a decorative ceiling beam add a modern farmhouse feel.
In the Details Bathroom 4
Pattern and vintage touches add warmth and personality to a simple modern primary bathroom from interior designer Mary Patton of Mary Patton Design.
Black and Brown 5
The team at interior design firm Leclair Decor chose an earthy palette of black and brown to outfit this primary bathroom. Brushed brass mirrors and plumbing fixtures add a bit of bling.
Double Sinks Single Mirror 6
In this primary bathroom from interior designer Cathie Hong of Cathie Hong Interiors, the vanity is wide enough to comfortably accommodate double sinks, but a large shared round mirror instead of two individual mirrors helps the space feel more expansive, reflecting light from the opposite window.
Wood Paneled Ceiling 7
In this spacious primary bathroom from interior designer Emily Henderson of Emily Henderson Design, a large soaking tub is positioned in front of a bank of windows to highlight the view outside, and the soaring ceilings are clad in natural wood for a rustic chic vibe.
Windows Bathroom Idea 8
In this primary bathroom from the team at Calimia Home, the wraparound windows are the main event, flooding the space with natural light and a view of the trees outside. Simple gauzy half-curtains are a nod to privacy without blocking any of the abundant light. Simply framed mirrors superimposed on top of windows above the double sink vanity blend in seamlessly. Pendant lighting throughout has a light profile that provides lighting in the evenings.
Floating Vanity 9
In this light and airy bathroom from the team at Leclair Decor, a double sink vanity runs from wall to wall to maximize space. The dark drawers add a grounding element while suspending the vanity gives it a sense of lightness. A seamless mirrored wall above reflects the light from the opposite window, doubling the space. Brass accents add a warm note.
Showerbox Bathroom 10
This primary bathroom from Leclair Decor has a spacious all-glass showerbox with black metal framing that creates a self-contained shower for busy mornings. The transparent design helps the room maintain a sense of airiness.
Shower Cubby 11
The interior designers at Leclair Decor tucked this spacious shower into a cubby off to the side of the bathtub. They tiled it to add texture and to give the space its own identity, running tiles from floor to ceiling to make the space feel even larger.
Boho Design Style 12
Interior designer Abbie Naber of San Diego, CA-based A. Naber Design added boho design style to this primary bathroom with patterned tile, a vintage rug, and a straw basket planter on the floor. She added modern touches with warm wood, contemporary black plumbing fixtures, geometric mirrors, and black-and-white globe pendant lights.
Decorative Touches 13
Framed artwork on the walls, a vintage-style runner, and a sculptural stool are some of the decorative touches that make this primary bathroom from the team at interior design firm Leclair Decor feel polished, comfortable, and as stylized as any other room in the house.
Your Favorite Color 14
The primary bathroom is a private space for the head(s) of the house, and should reflect your own taste and personality. Feel free to paint the walls and the ceilings in your favorite hue, like this unexpected primary bathroom from interior designer Mary Patton of Mary Patton Design. Just keep the rest of the design simple so that you can refresh the bathroom with a coat of paint if you want to change the mood.
Romantic Bathroom 15
In this romantic, old school, and classically feminine primary bathroom from interior designer Whittney Parkinson of Whittney Parkinson Design, the soaking tub is the star of the show, positioned under the window, framed with gauzy curtains, and a chandelier. The spacious room also includes double vanities, a built-in dressing table, a large shower, and a patterned tile rug feature in the center of the floor.
Green Wall 16
In this primary bathroom from Brexton Cole Interiors, a floor-to-ceiling green wall made from faux lawn grass panels creates a focal point, an inexpensive way to bring the outdoors inside in a windowless room.
Indoor-Outdoor Bathroom 17
In this primary bathroom in Florida from interior designer Maite Granda, white wood paneling on the walls conceals a trompe l’oeil surprise: a door that leads to the outdoors and transforms the space into an indoor-outdoor oasis perfect for a Sunday afternoon soak in the tub.
This sleek contemporary primary bathroom from interior designer Maite Granda has an air of minimalist luxury, with floor-to-ceiling window panels, rectangular sinks, silver plumbing fixtures, and a graphic black-and-white stool by the bathtub for a note of whimsy.
Contemporary Flair 19
Interior designer Whittney Parkinson of Whittney Parkinson Design outfitted this contemporary bathroom with gleaming marble, a sculptural tub, and a sputnik-style chandelier. Twin vanities are positioned under the high windows that provide privacy and natural light. A herringbone wood patterned floor adds movement and a classic note to balance all the gloss and shine.
Doorframe Bathroom 20
Interior designer Laura Brophy of Newport Beach, CA-based Laura Brophy Interiors framed the cased opening between the primary bedroom and ensuite bathroom with wood to keep the transition between the two spaces seamless and highlight the ocean view from the adjacent bedroom windows.
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