There is something so satisfying in the spaciousness of walk-in shower. These 10 seductive examples are certain to not only wow you, but leave you dreaming of showering up a storm.
To add interest and move the eye around this smaller-size Master Bathroom, designer Katie Martinez used one palette of marble in multiple tile sizes and patterns. A figured slab on the vanity and shower saddle are juxtaposed with a horizontal subway tile layout on the walls, and a smaller chevron pattern on the shower floor. Image Source: Lonny. Interior Design: Katie Martinez, in collaboration with architect Anastasia Amelchakova of studio PPARK.
To give this bath a spacious and airy spa-like look, interior designer Lori Pepe-Lunché kept her surface materials to a minimum. Ms. Pepe-Lunché limited the bathroom surfaces to Carrara marble, clear glass, and white porcelain. She used 1″ x 1″ Carrara tiles on the shower floor, 12″ x 12″ Carrara tiles on the walls and rest of the floor, and a Carrara marble slab on the vanity. Clear glass is for the shower partition and the white porcelain is for the toilet and sink basin). Note that the predominant use of 12″ x 12″ Carrara tiles give the smaller room the illusion of being larger. Image Source: DesignSponge. Interior Design: Lori Pepe-Lunché.
In this clean and classic Master Suite, designer Erin Gates selected her shower-head & trim in Kohler's Modern French Gold finish, paired with matching hardware. The unexpected use of neither silver nor gold hardware sets this walk-in shower apart from the crowd. Image Source: Elements of Style. Interior Design: Erin Gates.
The enclosed walk-in shower in this Master Suite emanates an antique feel due to the homeowner's choice of glass shower door panels framed in black metal to match the home's original metal windows. Image Source: Life.Style.Etc. Photography: James Merrell. Interior Design: Julien and Nitsa Lombrail.
This sparkling marble shower has a celestial, feel thanks to the almost invisible frameless glass shower partitions and their reflection of the bathroom's ample sunlight.
By enclosing the shower and free-standing bathtub in one glass-paneled area, the feeling of a room within a room is created. Image Source and Architecture: Jordens Arkitekter.
In this corner shower, interior designer Emily Johnston Larkin chose Calcutta marble hexagon tile for the floor, and subway tile to the ceiling in the shower and to the chair rail on the other walls. Rather than designing the shower to be the full width of the room, Larkin's corner design allows for greater open space in the center of the room, with the toilet tucked out of the way.
In this expansive shower, white and gray marble tiles line the walls and ceiling, in contrast with the floor's brown mosaic tile floor. The not-one-or-two but three shower heads are one of the space's crowing features, however, the chevron-tiled central cubby and stacked marble shelves on the right take the cake. Image Source: DecorPad. Interior Design: Allwood Construction.
The only experience closer to showering outdoors is bathing in this huge open shower with ceiling-height windows, which integrate seamlessly with the skylight. Image Source and Architecture: Skylab Architecture.