Though they're usually hidden behind closed doors, master bathrooms, guest bathrooms, and powder rooms all deserve to be as thoughtfully decorated as your home's living spaces. We found three bloggers with DIY bath remodeling stories to inspire your own makeovers.View Slideshow
Make the tub the star of your bath by putting it in a distinctive location.
Built into the corner of this serene bath, the oversized tub utilizes otherwise unused space. Bathers enjoy a sunny spot under a bank of windows, yet the tub's placement maximizes the available floor space.
The sweeping lines of this elegant tub make it look more like a sculpture than a place to relax and get clean. Set in the center of a wet room that also includes a shower area, the tub sets the tone for an elegant and contemporary space.
Soaking in this classic clawfoot tub gives a wrap-around view of the outdoors. Set on the second floor, the windows are devoid of window coverings, allowing every ounce of light to stream into the room.
The formality of this traditional bath is balanced by the coziness of the bathing nook. Surrounded by paneled walls, the built-in tub offers a secluded spot to soak.
Surrounded in slabs of thick marble, this bathtub exudes elegance. Gracefully perched in front of two extra-tall window, the tub is not only a relaxing retreat but also a stunning showpiece in a glamorous bath.
Set next to a wall of windows, this bath features a charming indoor-outdoor feel. The sculptural tub is tucked on the wall opposite the vanity. Light floods the space, and wide-plant wood floors coordinate with the natural look of the tub.
Two stone steps bring you up to this deep soaking tub. The distinctive design is great for a relaxing soak with your body fully immersed.
Beautiful mosaic tile takes this combination tub and shower to the next level. The shower curtain is perfect for creating a secluded getaway when enjoying a long soak.