Let’s talk showers, shall we? Walk-ins, to be precise. Walk-in showers are luxurious, as they are solely dedicated to one form of bathing. The variations among walk-in showers are extensive, which is part of what makes their design so intriguing and interesting. Large, small, plain, ornate – walk-in showers are a lovely place to showcase one’s preferred style.)This gorgeous oversized brass shower head is one way to get your shower-centered ideas rolling.) Read on for more ideas and inspiration on a variety of walk-in showers.
Walk-In Shower: “Hallway” Shower
This is a stunning design that I only wish I could implement into my own postage stamp-sized bathrooms. Its fantastically low-maintenance, completely understated aesthetic is charming (and enviable!). No doors required, this walk-through “hallway” style shower is easy to use and easy to maintain when the bathroom floor and walls are waterproof.
Walk-In Shower: Concrete
In even the smallest of walk-in showers, one can power-pack the design with great materials. Concrete is an ultra-urban and modern medium for a slim, glass-walled walk-in shower. With comfortable and thoughtful inclusions to the shower, such as a corner shower seat and mirror, the visual end result is a spacious, industrial, and ultimately cool walk-in shower.
Walk-In Shower: Contemporary Grey Square Tile
While white walk-in showers are a huge hit right now, don’t overlook the sleek sophistication of grey square tile showers. Simple, minimal shower accessories here really strike a chic cord with contemporary design, and my favorite is the understated opulence of an oversized round shower head.
Walk-In Shower: Double Shower
When a walk-in shower is large enough to not have a door, that makes cleaning it much easier. This all-white shower is beautiful and bright, even on the greyest of days.
The tile used is a beautiful gossamer-type wavy texture. It takes any light and bounces it all around, adding texture and depth into the walk-in shower. It’s reminiscent of water even when the tile is dry, and I think the horizontal effect is just lovely.