Creating a master bathroom that suits your style is an important part of making a house feel like a home. There are so many decisions to be made, especially when it comes to flooring – natural stone versus tile, color schemes, size – the options are endless. We’ve put together a list of our favorite South Cypress bathrooms to use for inspiration next time you’re shopping for bathroom floors so you can make a confident and informed decision.
Arkansas homeowner Leah Bates knew she wanted to create a sanctuary when designing the master bathroom in her newly built home. This large space called for the right type of flooring to suit the style and layout of the room. In trying to create a luxury hotel feel, Leah chose Manor House porcelain tile for her floors and walk-in shower. Manor house offers the classic beauty of natural stone and the unmatched durability of porcelain, so the whole family can enjoy the bathroom without the stress of wear and tear. The variation in each tile creates a striking visual in this stunning space and the gray color scheme enhances the bathroom’s sanctuary feel.
Honed Marble Look Porcelain
When overhauling her new master bathroom, Leslie Davis of Paper Daisy Design was going for one look: opulent elegance. While she loves marble, she knew marble floors would be too risky for this high-traffic space. Instead, she opted for Classico marble look porcelain tile. Thanks to an improvement in printing technology, the patterns and design of each tile look like real marble without the hassle. Leslie used Classico on her bathroom floor and shower walls to create the luxurious space she’d been longing for.
Natural Stone Luxury
While building her new home, Birmingham homeowner Hannah set out to create a master bathroom with a spa-like feel. She chose a neutral color palette to create a serene atmosphere without any distractions. When it came time to choose flooring, Hannah knew Magnolia Stone Winter Frost Marble was the right choice. Not only was it the perfect color but Winter Frost is offered in multiple sizes and finishes to suit the project needs. In this case, Hannah went with 12×12 honed slabs to minimize shine and maximize clean lines for her wide bathroom layout. To put the finishing touch on her spa bathroom, Hannah added heated floor sheets underneath her marble so she’ll never have to step onto cold stone – talk about spa experience!