Soothing, soulful, restorative. No other room in the house washes away the stresses of the day like the master bath. This room also has the distinction of being the one place you're granted a little peace and privacy. BDG's Best this month called for a roundup of the most beautiful master baths. The response? Pure bliss. We think you’ll agree....
LEFT: Awash in sunlight, this restful refuge designed by Foley Fiore Architecture includes sightlines of the landscape from the soaking tub and the shower. Architecture by Foley Fiore Architecture; photo by Elizabeth Glasgow
RIGHT: Conceived by Jill Neubauer Architects and constructed by Cape Associates, this muted and minimalist haven can open to the sky or cocoon the homeowner with a close of the gossamer curtains. Architecture by Jill Neubauer Architects; construction by Cape Associates; interior design by Forehand + Lake; photo by Durston Saylor
RIGHT: This striking master bath flawlessly pairs stone and wood and showcases Fallon Custom Homes & Renovations' caliber of cabinetry and craft. Construction by Fallon Custom Homes & Renovations; custom cabinetry by Fallon Fine Cabinetry & Millwork; photo by Peter Cross
LEFT: A pedestal tub steals the spotlight in this seaside sanctuary by CM Ragusa Builders. An arched ceiling and chandelier above, marble underfoot and a glorious transom window bring a sense of opulence and serenity. Construction by CM Ragusa Builders; photo by Rob Karosis Photography
RIGHT: This master bath is the beautiful byproduct of an addition and renovation to a one-story home by ArchiPlicity, Inc. With its peaked ceiling, the airy realm is relaxed yet refined with classic features like the claw-foot tub. Architecture by ArchiPlicity, Inc.; construction: AP Construction; photo by Katherine Jackson Architectural Photography
LEFT: In this refreshing master bath crafted by JW Construction, the shower takes center stage. Here, residents step in to the spa-like space and into a reinvigorating water stream of the rain showerhead. Architecture by Gregory Jones & Architect; construction by JW Construction; design by Georgantas Design & Development; photo by Matt Surette Productions
RIGHT: This inspired wet room bathroom, with a zero-threshold entrance and swinging glass door, is the brainchild of I-Kanda Architects. We love how the exquisite chevron tile paves the way to the shower and climbs right up the wall. Architecture by I-Kanda Architects; interior design by Grayscale Design; photo by Matt Delphenich