My family began looking at shower designs last year when we realized we'd outgrown our old 1950s style bathroom. There simply wasn't enough room for all of us to get ready or store our personals. We looked at hundreds of pictures of tiled showers with glass doors, hoping to find something that was clean-looking and also spacious. We'd already installed a standalone contemporary tub and laid patterned vinyl on the floor. The toilet had been moved into what once was a closet. It now has a sliding glass door for privacy. The long wooden vanity has ample storage, and large mirrors above are perfect for my wife and kids to get ready in the morning.
As a builder, my clients turn to me most often for original shower designs that will work in their existing rooms. Most want to make their room feel more spacious and modern. When working with a client, we usually start with tiled showers pictures like this. What you see here are subway tiles. The white subway tiles are easy to shape to size, inexpensive, and a perfect match for contemporary or more traditional designs. When you add glass sliding doors as you see here, the room opens up. The white freestanding tub under the window with a mirror at the foot of the tub and on the door also work to make this room feel more spacious.
Our family looked at shower designs for over a year before going with what you see here. We wanted a one-of-a-kind look, and our remodeler suggested tiles set in a pattern. After looking at his shower tile ideas, we picked this dark set of tiles with horizontal border lines to brighten up the space and add character. The two showerheads and large glass doors gave us all the room we wanted without making the rest of the room feel crowded. Once our bathroom shower designs were completed, we focused our attention on replacing our vanity with a sprawling oak vanity with sunken sinks and brass hardware.
My parents have an older house and spent much of last year looking for shower designs that would give their old room a new look, plus provide a safe environment for them in retirement. They began by adding a dark-colored vanity with large drawers for storage and bright white marble vanity top. Small shower ideas can sometimes be a challenge, but they managed to pull it off by installing a big mirror over the sink to make the room feel spacious. Lighting was added over the sink and in the shower. Speaking of the shower, after looking at loads of shower tile designs, they chose a patterned look on one wall, using it as an accent that continues over the bathroom sink.
We started at bathroom remodel by looking at pictures of shower designs that might fit our tiny condominium bathroom. We already had this built-in storage space, which provides ample room for towels, cleaning supplies, and all our personal items. Walk in showers for small bathrooms were what we focused on, and we found this design, which we think fits perfectly in our little room. Glass doors set an angle, plus a mixture of floor tiles and large wall tiles lend to an earthy feel. The beige vanity and stone countertop were fitted between the shower and the storage closet. If you have a small bathroom, don't give up looking at shower remodel ideas because there's something to fit any size room!
As an architect, I find myself a picky customer when it comes to home remodeling. We gutted our bathroom earlier this year and began looking at shower designs to fill our newly emptied room. Our old look was outdated and tired and needed some serious refreshing. This is our new bathroom, which is a celebration of contemporary design. Our favorite walk in shower ideas were those with large glass doors and decorative tiling on both the walls and floor. The captain's window and rectangular window were installed for lighting and eye appeal. The competing shapes draw your eye to the shower while providing natural light. We now have a luxury shower that is the perfect place to ready for the day or unwind after a long afternoon.