I could not be more pleased with the bathroom shower designs that our contractor just installed in both our guest bath as well as our master suite. I wanted to post someone the bathroom pictures of our master because I think that the tub and shower design is really impressive and an innovative use of space. Before we had one of those classic 1990s jacuzzi tub designs with the attached walk in shower (complete with ugly framed shower door). By removing the old tub and surround, then tiling it with new granite tile, the space has a fantastic updated look now (without having to move plumbing). I think that this would be great for anybody looking for small bathroom ideas, because a duel feature like this does not take up that much space.
I was so impressed by the bathroom shower designs (my favorite pictured here) at this idea home that we recently visit in our town, that I am sketching up plans for somebody to come in and recreate it in our master bath. We have been planning on installing a frameless shower door for awhile now to, more than anything, just open up the space. But now I am thinking that we will also redo all of the tile in the walk in since the glass door will now be showcasing what is behind it. If we go through all the trouble of tiling the shower, then I am certainly going to swap out our old vanity for a cool modern floating design like this. I hope that others are as inspired as we are by these bathroom picture ideas, and maybe use them to beautify their home just as we are.
This is one of my favorite bathroom shower designs that I have ever seen because the color palette is quite contemporary but the gorgeous intricate tile detailing as that classic elegance to it more standard of traditional style designs. I am sure these bathroom tiles cost a fortune -- well maybe not the material itself, but the labor price that it took to layer in all the trim and beautiful detailing. It was money well spent though because this bathroom is absolutely unforgettable, mostly due to the huge walk in steam shower. I will continue looking at more pictures of bathroom designs to do my due diligence, but I am pretty sure that this is exactly the look that I want to replicate in our new master.
I would kill to install one of these huge walk in bathroom shower designs in our house -- maybe even one with one of those steam features! Our master bathroom is actually quite large so we have the space to play around with unique and over the shop shower design ideas like this. It seems like a project that would be quite costly, so I am not sure if I should hire a designer to make the plans or just do it ourselves to save some money. I know that you can purchase pre-made walk in shower designs online and then just hand it over to your contractor, so that may be the way to go in this case. If anybody knows where I can find blueprints and/or plans for a design like this, please let me know!
It is amazing to me how much simply switching up the bathroom shower designs can make for an epic (and beautiful) change in the room. Earlier this month, all we really did for some quick and fairly inexpensive small bathroom makeovers in our guest baths was to remove the tubs and convert them to walk in showers with frameless glass doors. Our contractor told us that a lot of people are doing this nowadays because it makes the room feel much larger than it is. I am certainly a believer now -- I can't believe what a difference the small shower ideas made on these space. First of all, they feel brand new even though the only thing that we changed was the shower. Second, you certainly don't have that cramped feeling that we used to when we had those tubs that bumped right up to the toilet.
This is definitely one of the coolest bathroom shower designs I have ever seen -- I would have never thought to put a tub INSIDE the shower but it is just brilliant. I definitely want to adopt these bathroom renovation ideas, and incorporate one of those steam features in the shower enclosure like you would have at a spa. Beyond the actual mechanics of the room, I also really like the decor that they chose. So many photos of luxury bathrooms that I have been seeing lately feature this same contrasting color palette of whites, grey and black. It is a clean and contemporary look but still seems like it will stand the test of time and remain trendy and relevant for years and years to come.