8 Soothing Shower Designs and Stunning
Modern conveniences for the shower such as rain heads, body jets, steam showers and hand wands enable you to easily wash away the stress of this day. Have a look at these incredible spaces — from a stained-glass encircle, to a soothing and meditative showerinto a Roman bathhouse-inspired area — to see just how designers are taking advantage of the modern materials and accessories.
Middle ground. Divide your master vanity right down the middle with a stunning shower, similar to this glass enclosure made of 2 floor-to-ceiling panels and a door in the end. The whirlpool bathtub wall creates an instant focal point, also.
Mary DeWalt Design Group
All-around. Have your shower offer your tub a hug. This shower enclosure encapsulates a complete array of body jets and shower heads, while the round tub sits snugly in the middle of the design. I love the way the exceptional shower form has doors on both sides!
Behind closed doors. All these stained-glass doors inserted into a heavenly shower experience enhanced through an oversized rain head. The light spilling through the coloured glass could even become a form of chromotherapy, in which coloured light restores energy and balance.
Stone and Kelly Architects – Tahoe
All-in-one. Save time and space by placing your tub inside your shower. The frameless enclosure holds both the shower and the freestanding tub in one stunning area.
Christopher Scott Homes
Historical background. Duplicate history and re-create a Roman bathhouse atmosphere with arched doorways and marble tile. A stainless-steel tub and a lavish shower with multiple shower heads and body jets may soothe you just as much as a early spa, but with all the modern amenities.
Taylor Smyth Architects
Sleek and modern. This super-modern shower steps away from everything traditional. The vanity glass backsplash defines the entire area, separating the vanity area from the adjoining shower. With mirrors on one side and towel hooks on the flip side, the single piece of glass handles to serve both spaces effortlessly.
Soothing and meditative. The dark and cool color palette in this shower produces a serene feeling, reflected by the colorful koi mosaic floor. I love the way the wall-to-wall bench allows you to soak in the jets, rain steam and heads in absolute relaxation.
Charles Cunniffe Architects Aspen
Center stage. This daring shower immediately calls out since the room’s most important attraction. Two vertical towers that conceal the pipes appear as columns to the eye. The seamless transition from the shower floor to the ground beyond is stunning — though it’s certainly not for the shy.
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