Master Bathroom Design Tips

Is it time to update your outdated master bath? If so, it’s time to start thinking about the style and features to implement in your bathroom remodel, including your bathroom vanity countertops! More than ever homeowners are investing in renovations to transform their old bathroom into a spa oasis. Features like large open showers, soak tubs and saunas are among some popular master bathroom trends this year.


Vanity:  Cambria  in Montgomery

Vanity: Cambria in Montgomery


Although, one overarching theme is that master bathrooms are growing in size. However, if there’s no space to expand homeowners are getting creative and finding ways to make a small bathroom feel larger by playing with natural light and implementing special design techniques. Here are just a few of the trends that we’re seeing this year:



Double vanities are a huge selling point in master bathrooms today. The more space the better! Another popular design choice in bathrooms are vessel sinks. While simply a design preference, these sinks add to the overall modern spa theme of a master bathroom.



As mentioned above, homeowners want large open and bright master bathrooms. In order to achieve this look, many master baths feature seamless glass shower walls or no walls at all for a more European look. With clear glass shower doors, you can really get creative with the tiled shower walls and enjoy the added natural light that will flow into the shower stall.


Showers are also getting larger. Some homeowners are even opting to go with larger showers instead of creating a bathroom that houses both a shower and a bath tub. These larger showers often feature several shower heads, body sprays, seating and relaxing lighting.



Jacuzzi tubs are no longer a master bathroom “must have”. Today, homeowners are installing deep soak tubs that are just as luxurious without all of that noise. High-end tubs can even feature mood lighting and therapeutic music.


Water Saving Features

Today, energy efficiency is in high demand, which means homeowners are installing water saving fixtures in their bathrooms including water efficient toilets and shower heads.


Need help installing these bathroom fixtures? At The Edge Countertops we can provide custom shower stall installations, tub deck designs, beautiful vanities, sinks and more.