Regardless of your budget allocated towards your next master bath remodel it seems everyone desires a touch of “luxury” in this personal space. Two in five renovating homeowners spend $10K-$25K on master bathroom renovations according to Houzz. This survey goes on to find that four in five renovating homeowners replace major bathroom features including flooring (91 percent), countertops (89 percent), sinks (88 percent) and showers (87 percent).
The Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles 2017 Bath of the Year contest winners bring fresh inspiration to these latest trends for master baths and do not disappoint in showcasing luxury bath retreats loaded with delightful design elements that personalize each bath to suit its owners.
Hardwood floors, larger showers with steam capabilities, soaking tubs, marble countertops, craftsman elegance, a floor to ceiling glass wall, custom vanities and satin nickel finish hardware are just a few design elements that make all the contest entries winners in my opinion. S. Scott West of West Architecture Studio said it beautifully; “Integration of glass, stone, marble and wood creates a multidimensional yet serene space.” The winning bath designs represent the direction of modern bath retreats magnificently, as you will see.
Transitional and Contemporary styled bathrooms have overtaken Traditional in design preferences according to NKBA. Although one contest winner had to honor the 1937 home during a major master bath renovation the traditional elements embraced a transitional tone.
Adding personal style in the master bath was also a winner.
For more master bathroom design inspiration and to view the entire gallery of images as well as product sourcing please visit Contest Winners at Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles.