This privacy shower -- set off from the rest of the bathroom -- features a heavy glass door and a custom cutout shelf area. Varying sizes of the same stone are used to create complexity but a sense of unity.
A wood chevron floor creates a beautiful path to the white bathtub and glass door shower in this inviting contemporary bathroom. Windows let in natural light white roman shades allow for the control of privacy. A soft, neutral color scheme keeps the design sophisticated and timeless.
This spacious contemporary bathroom, featuring a sleek freestanding tub and stainless double vanity, also boasts an outdoor shower. Just a few steps beyond floor-to-ceiling sliding doors and cleverly tucked behind a natural stone wall, this shower offers privacy and an open view.
A grated brown wall gives privacy to this outdoor shower while allowing it to retain an open feeling. A rain shower head peaks over the top of the wall. The surrounding greenery and turquoise curtains visible through the glass of the french doors add a touch of color to space without overpowering the natural feel.
The master bath in this modern home features doors that open directly to a back deck, with wood privacy barriers on the deck outside. The husband, an avid surfer, wanted to feel as if he were showering outdoors, with a strong connection to the California landscape. A play of texture and color creates a calming space to take solace and pause.
A variety of unique textures and styles coincide in this eclectic white bathroom. Inspired by the natural landscape just outside, the space features a luxurious rock shower and stunning accent wall. Off to the side, a bathroom stall with saloon doors allows for privacy, while the stained glass mirrors contribute color and character to the neutral double vanity.
This contemporary bedroom features a sliding glass wall that opens the room completely to the pool and courtyard beyond. The bedroom and bathroom are integrated, and the all-glass shower helps visually expand the space. A brick wall surrounds the property, providing privacy.
Three tall panes of leaded, frosted glass provide privacy for a shower created from a window bay in this storybook carriage house. The open shower features a waterfall shower head, and a sliding mechanism allows for a barn door-style enclosure. A petite teak table keeps bathing accessories close at hand for guests.
A sloped shower floor and linear drain system eliminates the need for a shower door, creating universal access and a feeling of openness. The plank tile is continued vertically up the rear shower wall, while the other walls are tiled in iridescent white porcelain for maximum reflection of natural light. Because the window offers spectacular city skyline views, a curtain of beaded crystal is hung to create a permeable layer of privacy and to represent falling beads of water. Living orchids decorate the shower wall to complete the serene, spa-like design.
Inside the wet room, a sloped shower floor and linear drain system eliminates the need for a shower door, creating universal access and a feeling of openness. The plank tile is continued vertically up the rear shower wall, while the adjacent walls are tiled in iridescent white porcelain for maximum reflection of natural light. Because the window offers spectacular city skyline views, a curtain of beaded crystal is hung to create a permeable layer of privacy and to represent falling beads of water. The installation of a living orchids wall completes the experience of showering outdoors within the city.
The master bathroom was painted white to match the master bedroom to which it was attached. Then, it was given a dark, gray vanity for contrast, two rectangular drop-in sinks with gooseneck faucets, a shower with glass doors and a gray mosaic tile floor for a stylish addition of texture.
Beautiful striped stone tiles set the foundation for this neutral, contemporary bathroom. An extra large shower is enclosed by a glass door and features several showerheads including a rain head extending from the ceiling. A smaller tile floor in the shower is echoed by a tiny tile accent strip throughout the main floor. A large, shaded window above the bathtub adds extra privacy.
Beige porcelain tile lines the floor and shower walls of this master bathroom in HGTV Dream Home 2013. White accents and tropical decor create a classic beach look. A frosted glass door encases the room's water closet, offering privacy and a contrast to adjacent clear glass doors.