This is the last room in our house that I have tackled because I really have no ideas but to do with this corner walk in shower. Honestly, I think that the tile in here is absolutely hideous and I would love to completely gut it in order to install some of the gorgeous marble tiles that I see in all of the small bathroom ideas 2020, but our budget will not allow it. For that reason, I am going to try my hardest to make the brown tile and weird corner shower. The first step is probably getting rid of the red and black vanity because I think that it is really clashing with the rest of the room. Beyond that I really have no clue! If anybody has experience working with similar small bathroom designs with shower, feel free to give me any advice that you have!
Looking at photos of this gorgeous bathroom has me so inspired and sure of what I want to do with our outdated corner walk in shower. We have one of those classic 1980s bathrooms with gaudy fixtures and a lot of black accents. I have resigned myself to the fact that we are going to have to rip out all of the tile (and pretty much everything else), in order to make it look high end and modern. With that being said, I need to stick with walk in shower designs within our current footprint in order to reduce overall costs. I think that the layout of this master bath would work perfectly for our house as well. Plus, I believe that using this color palette would make it fell so much larger and more open than it currently does.
I love a spacious corner walk in shower as much as the next person, but this one just is not doing it for me. I think that the primary culprit here is the very loud marbled tile. In general, I definitely agree that one of the biggest benefits of these shower designs with all glass walls is that you can really showcase your tile work as a major decorative element of the space. This is nice because most people spend so much money on tile only for it to be covered up by other elements. In the case of this bathroom though, I feel that the tile almost distracts from the other beautiful elements in the space. I think that the room has the potential to be absolutely perfect if they just considered some more neutral shower remodel ideas.
I never really understood the whole corner walk in shower trend until I came across this bathroom. Now I am realizing how much it can increase the versatility of what you can achieve within your design. In fact, I am considering a complete shower remodel just to imitate the layout that they used here. I have always wanted a jacuzzi tub, but our monstrous walk in shower has always prevented that dream from become a reality, purely due to space issues. I actually feel like we would have enough space to combine the two things if we lined it up as this homeowner did. I am really not averse to small shower ideas if they are hidden as it is here, and if it would open the door for me to have the soaking tub of my dreams!
What do you think of this corner walk in shower design -- is it a yes or a no in your opinion? Upon further studying, I suppose that my trepidation is more in the tile choice rather than the layout or spacing. I am impressed that they were able to maximize all of those small bathroom ideas with shower that you see so often on here, and fit both a sizable shower as well as a tub onto a fairly short wall. Even the use of glass for the shower door and wall is quite stunning. I just find it hard to really appreciate both of those aspects due to the extremely bold tile that is covering the entire feature. I can only imagine how much this shower remodel cost as I am sure that stone is quite expensive.
I am really digging the corner walk in shower trend because it opens up a whole new world of bathroom layout possibilities. Most designers would balk at the thought of bathroom shower ideas that are lined up right next to the tub (like nearly touching). When you hear the words it just sounds like a crowded and cramped design. However, when you install that very same layout but with completely transparent glass walls and doors, it becomes a whole other story. Because the entire thing is essentially see-through, you are able to truly appreciate the shower tile designs, and it gives the appearance of a much more open room.