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6 Must-See Shower Stalls From Real Homes

Who needs a bathtub when you have these in your T&B?

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Photography: Marc Jao and Mark Jesalva (Main Photo)

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. 

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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. 

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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. 

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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.

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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. 

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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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PHOTOS: Vincent Coscoluella (Main, 2, 3) | Marc Jao | Mark Jesalva | Paolo Feliciano 

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