Octagonal in shape, with an oversize tub and a tile pattern designed to echo the oak timbers above, this Colorado master bath is spacious and serene. Photo by Roger Wade.
The ceiling over this master bathroom's walk-in shower is made from rustic reclaimed snow fence from Montana. Radiant in-floor heating paired with neutral-colored walls and touches of wood create a warm feeling in the room. Photo by Roger Wade.
This elegant master bathroom pairs intricate finishes with sleek amenities. The ornate wall sconces, chandelier and carved sinks perfectly complement the glass-walled shower, tile floors and neutral color palette. Photo by Dom Koric.
The tub in the master bath comes with a view of the western Montana mountains. The Douglas fir beams and rustic chandelier also work the draw the eyes upward in this soothing space. Photo by Heidi Long.
The old-fashioned elements in this bathroom, from the freestanding clawfoot tub to vintage furnishings, pair seamlessly with the reclaimed interior paneling and flooring. Photo by Roger Wade.
The fir flooring in this luxurious bathroom was finished with multiple coats to give it an aged look. Custom cabinets, faux beams and a stone-slab bathtub infuse a rustic quality. Photo by Karl Neumann.
This second-floor bath showcases pine flooring, a bathtub/shower combo with tiled walls and a dual vanity. The slanted ceilings also bring a special architectural element to the space.
The master bath in this Montana home features a rough stone wall that continues from the interior to the outside of the home, while effectively separating the bathroom from the bedroom space. Photo by Heidi Long.
A stainless-steel soaking tub in this master bath takes in tranquil views of the manmade waterfall just beyond the bathroom's open wall. Photo by Karl Neumann.
In this New York timber home, the master bathroom’s feature element is the custom tub, which was made from a solid block of blue granite. The dark Douglas fir timbers also create a strong contrast against the white walls and large windows. Photo by Roger Wade.