The shower is an important part of the design of this modern bathroom. To make the room seem larger, designer Brooke Arciniega took the tile all the way to the ceiling, incorporated all-glass shower walls and kept a window to let in natural light.
Open concept is the name of the design game in this house, and the bathroom is no exception. To keep the small bathroom from feeling closed up, the walls and ceilings have been painted white to reflect the natural light that rushes in from the bathroom's one window. The light in the space makes the room feel larger, while the mirror over the sink helps to reflect light and makes the space feel even larger. Finally, the glass shower in the space continues to create the illusion of extra space by not closing off the room.
The details in this bathroom complete the luxurious look. The rich wood moulding and natural stone walls and floor of the shower help to bring in the natural beauty of the outdoors, while the windows on the ceilings let in natural light that highlight these features.
The master bathroom in this newly renovated cabin contains high ceilings, making the space seem larger. The window at the end of the space lets in lots of natural light, while the glass shower lets the light flow through and makes the space feel more open.
Floor-to-ceiling marble creates a luxurious bathroom experience. The walk-in shower has glass walls for an open and bright atmosphere, while the large window pours in natural light. Brass hardware and accents add metallic glam to the space.
Designer Christopher Grubb replaced dark gray and black tiles in this contemporary bathroom with white ones to open up the shower from floor to ceiling. Decorative glass is used on one wall to bring natural light into the shower.
This light and bright bathroom features floor to ceiling white tile walls paired with a blend of exotic wood and neutral tile flooring. A large window in the glass enclosed shower offers a view of the surrounding outdoor landscape, while a rainfall showerhead completes the contemporary look of the space.
This light and bright bathroom features a spacious walk-in shower with floor-to-ceiling white tiles and chrome fixtures. A custom handmade vanity boasts a medium grain wood countertop and ivory rectangular sinks, while natural wood floors provide a finishing touch.
White subway tile covers the walls of this large shower. The wall above the rain shower head stops short of meeting the ceiling to let extra light into the space. A built in wall cubby provides easy storage and a small corner seat increases comfort.
A floor-to-ceiling walk-in shower in the master bath features custom tile work with three lights when natural light is unavailable. The double vanity as well as a shelving nook between the mirrors offers plenty of storage space.
A marble tub and shower are separated by a marble half wall for privacy while maintaining the open loft feel. Natural light from windows above reflects off the glazed tile ceiling, providing light for the bathroom area.