I still don't quite understand the mechanics of showers without doors and how in the world you avoid getting water all over your entire bathroom. To be honest, I actually really like this corner walk in shower design, but without any form of door or glass wall, I would guess that water and shampoo would just fly everywhere (at least in my household). I supposed that I could imitate this design in our master, just forgo the open concept shower and instead put up some glass partitions that block it off somewhat. I am even totally fine without a door, I just think you need something. If anybody has photos of shower remodel ideas of a similar style but that are more enclosed, please post them below because I would love to see them!
My husband is trying to get me to jump on board the showers without doors trend but I just don't see how it could possible work in this bathroom. The room is quite small and you definitely need to have a larger space with adequate room to block the shower area off. Alternatively, I suppose that you could make this a wet room but I feel like that would just get gross. On the plus side, I do love the idea of showing off our grey bathroom tiles that we spent so much time and money on. With that being said, I actually think that getting rid of the shower curtain would actually work really well for our space. In fact, I may compromise on the whole walk in showers without doors trend and just do a very subtle frameless glass shower door to achieve a similar effect visually.
So many homeowners wonder how showers without doors work and how they could possible contain all the water and over splash into one area of the bathroom. I am here to tell you that it is not that hard as long as you carefully plan out your bathroom shower ideas including wall size and placement, fixture type and placement, as well as height of available walls. It is important to place your walls and fixtures strategically so that the water flows towards the drain and not into the rest of the bathroom. You also want to have adequate space from the shower head to the open parts of the room so that you don't get overspray elsewhere.
Showers without doors are one of my favorite trends this year because they make something as simple and serene as one of those high end spas that you visit on vacation. Not to mention that doing something like this ensures that you can see all of the beautiful bathroom shower tile ideas that you spent so much on. This homeowner did a great job of tying to together the whole room through color and pattern. You will notice that the color on the walls mimics the tile of the countertop and even pulls in the trim paint shade. A shower remodel cost for something like this will be a little bit steeper than your standard walk-in, but I think the price is well worth it for the "wow" factor.
I decided to test out the whole showers without doors trend not really expecting to like it, but I surprised myself and actually love our new shower. A lot of people would probably say that I only like it because it is clean and brand new, but I actually really like the functionality of not having a door because it makes getting in and out much quicker and it shows off all of the shower tile ideas 2020 that we spent so much time and money on. Even though I don't have a picture of our bathroom at the moment (I can upload one later if anybody wants me to), I can show you the photos of the really cool guest bathroom ideas that we used as inspiration.
I know that showers without doors are super trendy these days, but I just can't get behind this new thing. Except in very rare cases, I just like a door on my walk in shower designs mostly because I don't want the potential mess of water everywhere and because I love the effect of a steam shower. These are actually photos of our master bathroom in our new house and I think that we were able to make the shower door as transparent as we possibly could in order to give that no door look without giving up the steaming capabilities that I love. Even better, the clear glass doors allowed us to show off the shower tile ideas that we spent so much time (and money) planning out.