I have been browsing around for unique walk in shower designs that did not feel as cramped and closed off as our current one. It is hard to incorporate walk in showers for small bathrooms because you really do need to have a decent amount of space in order to make the enclosure large enough to bath comfortably. I have been seeing quite a few "open-concept" designs like these that have really caught by eye because the clear glass wall makes the room seem so large as you can see all the way back to the tiled wall without any sort of barrier. This technique allows you to get away with a much larger shower even in a small area, and lets your shower tile ideas shine since they aren't blocked off by a door or curtain.
I love walk in shower designs that make you feel like you are in a spa or fancy hotel as opposed to a simple residential home. Most walk in shower enclosures are cramped and dingy, and certainly do not feel luxurious by any means. This awesome open glass shower is such a departure from the designs I have seen before because you feel like you are standing in the middle of the room looking out the window whenever you bath. I had heard that a corner walk in shower is a great space saver but I could never picture how you could make that design interesting. Creating an open concept with translucent walls like this was the perfect way to achieve a more fluid look, and would probably be a fantastic option for a small floor plan without a ton of room for a shower.
When our client asked us for walk in shower designs that they could bathe their beloved dogs in, we knew we had to think long and hard about how to create a space that would be accessible for humans and furry friends. To begin, we eliminated all bathroom shower ideas that were very closed off, because there is no way you could comfortable wash a dog (large ones to be exact) if you are constantly bumping into walls or fixtures. This is how we came up with this giant all tile design with a small knee wall and translucent glass enclosure. The large square footage, long bench and wide entrance would make it easy to being large dogs in and out.
I am a firm believer that great walk in shower designs can have an amazing effect on the overall look of your room. I am always a proponent of unique shower remodel ideas because they make a high end focal point in your space that is both functional and beautiful. You would probably be surprised to find out that adding a beautiful design like this is actually possible in nearly any size bathroom, you just have to be creative with your layout and content. If you have a small bathroom, walk in showers without doors are a great option because they take up far less room than a traditional walled unit like this one. As such, you have the flexibility to install one in an unused corner or similar space.
I have always been a fan of walk in shower designs because I hate the feeling of being cramped next to the wall or curtain when I am bathing. As such, I knew that one of the first things that I would need to do when we renovated our master bath was to pick out walk in shower tile ideas that would make this unit standout as the focal point of the room. I really like the look of the marble subway tiles featured in this dream home photo. The slightly smaller scale than standard subway tile gives the design an interesting and modern twist on a classic look. Plus, the glass shower doors, keep the rooming feeling very open and roomy while showing off the gorgeous tile job on the inside of the shower.
Walk in shower designs have become somewhat of a signature piece for our interior decorating company lately, perhaps because we love to experiment with unusual patterns and materials. I have grown so tired of your standard walk in shower ideas, so I pledged to make each of the rooms that I worked on stand out from a sea of all white and marble spaces. This cool contemporary room is one of my favorite projects to date because I think that the awesome spa-like open concept space is quite unique and certainly brings something new to the table. We decided to take the idea of a frameless shower door one step further, and create a single glass wall next to the shower to separate it from the jacuzzi tub without compromising the open look of the space.