Flip House Master Bathroom Design

I have been waiting for months to get started on this flip house master bathroom design. After looking through lots of books, magazines, and even Pinterest I was full of ideas I couldn’t wait to implement! When designing a flip house we continue to design using our style. Which works out great since we like to keep things neutral, simple, and clean. We think it’s always best to choose timeless over trendy. This will be helpful to the buyers for years to come.

With this particular master bathroom, I wanted to keep a few things in mind while preparing this design. The bathroom has three windows which will allow lots of natural light into the room. The bathroom is also a fairly large room with 9′ ceilings. With natural light and higher ceilings, I will be able to add in some darker touches but mostly keep everything lighter with some stained wood to add some warmth.

RH DIY Wood Vanity

A vanity is a very important part of the bathroom design and this flip isn’t any different. When a master bathroom has enough room for two separate vanities, I feel like this is the better choice. It provides room for each person giving them their own space while also being aesthetically pleasing to the eye.

I found the perfect single wood vanity from Restoration Hardware that I loved but had a hard time justifying the price tag for two vanities. Henry decided he would DIY the vanity and it turned out amazing!

We chose a white oak wood that Henry wired brushed which gave the piece some additional character and texture. The Allen + Roth Harlow Brushed Bronze Faucet against the beautiful marble top that we chose is going to look amazing!

Curbless Shower

A curbless shower was a no-brainer after having one in our current home. It is easier to clean and looks amazing. Some days I feel like we have our own personal sauna in our bathroom with the floor-to-ceiling tile shower surrounded by elongated glass.

This time around, we will be going with a darker tile for the shower wall that will create a more sophisticated look. We will use a simple black marble look tile with white veining which will be timeless for years to come while adding in a modern edge to the bathroom. We will be doing floor-to-ceiling tile and a glass shower door.

The shower fixture will be a Delta Champagne Bronze Shower Faucet. The champagne bronze finish will be a stunning standout against the darker tile and will also mix well with the other bathroom fixtures.

Freestanding Tub

The master bathroom is quite large, allowing plenty of room for both a shower and a tub. For this particular master bathroom, we chose the 59” White Acrylic Bathtub from Wayfair.

While we went darker on the shower tile, we wanted to keep the tub more sleek and basic while not competing too much with the other parts of the bathroom design.

Floor Tile

The floor tile for this master bathroom design will be a Carrara White Picket Honed Marble Mosaic Tile. The floor tile will continue into the shower for a seamless look. This floor pattern is timeless but will still add plenty of interest to the room.


For the wall sconces, we chose this Colton Wall Sconce in aged brass. It features a cylindrical linen shade connecting to a rectangular wall plate. The aged brass sconce adds a contemporary touch with a playful vibe. The brass also ties in nicely with the vanity.

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  • Reply Jimmy

    I saw the DIY vanity build on IG. Looks great and Henry makes it look so easy. I watch a lot of DIY and Henry’s builds and your videos/plans are always great. May I ask where you got the white oak wood for the vanity? I am a big fan of white oak but have trouble finding it. I know it can be different depending on location, but am always curious where people get their wood.

    January 11, 2022 at 8:24 pm
    • Reply Henry

      Thanks! We got the white oak from Cherokee Woods:

      January 12, 2022 at 2:28 am
  • Reply Alex Nilss

    Thanks for the helpful article! Now trends and designs are changing so fast that it may seem that you just made a renovation and the very next day it loses its relevance. I try to stick to minimalism and classics – it always remains practical and fashionable. And of course, it is always interesting to see what design solutions are in trend now and to peep a couple of ideas for updating your home. After all, among new ideas you can always find something useful. I was inspired by your article and I want to make repairs in my bathroom as soon as possible. Noritz

    March 4, 2022 at 1:31 pm
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