The master bathroom is always one of the key features of a distinctive master suite, offering a relaxing retreat from the rest of the home while providing its own sense of style. While some master bedrooms are outfitted with separate his and hers baths, many others come with a single bath large enough and thoughtfully designed for two. Each detail is given appropriate attention, from the colors and the vanities to the size of the tub. Here are several luxurious bathrooms crafted for couples.
This residence offers a stunning bathroom to complement the Nantucket-style shingle home’s overall design aesthetic, which offers meticulously crafted details and a relaxing flow. Spacious and open, the bathroom is perfect for two with its his and hers vanities on opposite walls. The views over Wilson Cove and extending to Long Island Sound, as well as the evening sunsets on the water, are taken in through the windows directly alongside the bathtub.
This property features sublime country views from its superb, private and secluded location just along the Tokeneke Lagoon, in the highly desirable Darien neighborhood of Tokeneke. The his and hers bathroom brings in some of those views of nature, as well as sunshine spreading over the tiled floor, bath and natural materials that characterize the design of the residence. A center wall separates the two sinks and mirrors for private grooming.
Everything about this property, which features a traditional concept while using space in a modern way, was designed to meet the highest level of quality. Details such as Venetian plaster, hand-stenciled ceilings, French doors and arched windows imported from Italy, and heated stone floors are standout features, and the master bath on the first floor reaches an equally high standard. The oversized room offers a huge spa tub overlooking the garden, a large steam shower and two mirrored vanities.
This elegant Neo-Classical property features a particularly beautiful bathroom, with a visually brilliant design that follows the residence’s overall design scheme. With space enough for two, the bathroom has an enormous vanity with mirror and step-up bathtub that takes in views through multiple windows, in addition to special flourishes such as columns and arches. New York designer Kenneth Alpert provided the guidance for the property’s design.