6 Must-See Shower Stalls From Real Homes
Who needs a bathtub when you have these in your T&B?
Shower stalls are pretty straightforward—they are sleek, simple, and space-saving. Since it's a bathroom basic, most of us think there's no reason to dress it up—but, these enclosed units will convince you otherwise. Get inspired to give your own a makeover with these design ideas we learned from real homes:
This home is able to maximize a spacious corner unit by having an efficient layout. Since the shower is only occupying the left side of the room, the owners can move around with ease.
This T&B hits two birds with one stone by combining a shower and a tub. To add perspective, mosaic tiles were chosen to keep the space from looking plain. The choice of color and pattern paired with the white fixtures helped give the room a minimalist-inspired vibe, too.
Staying in the bath has never been this comfortable! In this home, the master T&B comes with a wall-mounted television set, a floral armchair and a choice between going for a long soak in the stand-alone tub or a quick rinse in the shower.
Bath time will feel like a summer getaway in this Moroccan-inspired T&B! The master bathroom in this home has several parts: a shower area, a water closet area, and a private corner for the homeowner to be able to do her hair and makeup.
Inspired by the Big Apple, this bathroom highlights a mix of industrial and vintage-inspired elements. From the use of subway tiles to the cove lighting and sliding glass door, everything about this space says chic New York flat.
You can create an illusion of a bigger space by leaving it open with the use of half-partitions. To give the room character, the homeowner decided to use easy-to-clean tiles that mimic the look of distressed wood to complement the metal fixtures.
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