The homeowners love spending time in nature, so to personalize their space, they hoped to bring that natural feeling inside. The floor is made from decorative pebbles and is designed to look like a riverbed; that design is carried into the inlets in this shower. The tile walls of the bathroom compliment the colors in the floor and inlet as well.
The large walk-in shower features floor-to-ceiling neutral square tiles and a pebble-like tiled floor. Niches inset into the shower wall provide storage, while a built-in bench looks like piece of furniture and gives the space a custom look.
Inspired by a resort, the master bathroom shower feels like an escape from reality. Beautiful white tiled walls also form a niche for storing shampoo, conditioner and body wash. A pebble stone floor completes the soothing design.
Large brown tiles coat the walls of this walk in shower bringing a darker hue to the surrounding neutral tones. The natural pebble flooring adds a spa-like texture and finish to the shower. A glass sliding door leads from the shower to the neutral stone bathroom flooring.
A closer look at the balcony reveals smooth pebble floors and an outdoor shower. Where a stone wall provides plenty of privacy, fresh flowers and palm trees make the space feel akin to a secret garden.
The master bathroom includes both an indoor and outdoor shower with two very distinct designs. Inside, gray marble surrounds the shower walls and floor, while the outdoor shower uses pebble stone walls and a dark wood plank floor for durability.
Linear neutral tile is paired with pebble tile floor to create a spa-worthy walk-in shower. A built-in bench provides a seat, while a nook offers storage space. Purple towels add richness and color to the room.
A huge round window and tree-trunk side table bring hobbit-like charm to the master bathroom. A pebbled floor and marble backsplash add plenty of luxury too. Designed by Bill Moore, Chris Reebals and Emory Ratliff