85 Bathroom Full Showers Design Photos And Ideas

A spa-like master bath even has a relaxing wet room.
In the master bathroom, Chris clad the tub and walls in Carrara marble. An AJ Wall sconce by Arne Jacobsen for Louis Poulsen sheds some light on bathtub reading.
A large rock from the property provides seating in the shower.
Both vanities with freestanding tub and steam shower in the background
A bathroom in the northern pavilion.
The finish palette in the bathroom relates to the kitchen for consistency.
A shower with floor-to-ceiling glazing fosters indoor/outdoor flow.
A glass-enclosed shower helps increased the sense of space in the tiny bathroom.
Covered in slate squares from Cambridge Tile, the master bathroom includes a double shower  with rain heads by M&Z Rubinetterie. A skylight lets in natural light while maintaining the residents’ privacy.
A claw foot tub and graphic black and white tiles in one of the bathrooms.
Master Bath with a View
Guest Bathroom
The matte black hardware and shower fixture is consistent with the kitchen finishes.
Master bathroom suite. Gloss white vanity with dark quartz waterfall countertop. Hexagon tile drops down wall from shower enclosure to tub surround.
A skylight brightens one of the new bathrooms.
In the bathroom behind the closet, Samantha embedded charcoal in the stucco for a velvety texture. Skylights by Velux introduce patterns throughout the day. “I wanted to focus the light in very precise ways,” says Samantha.
Master Bath with glass tile wall and sapele-wood suspended vanity
Master Bath with freestanding tub overlooking Deschutes River
When architects Silvia Ullmayer and Allan Sylvester worked with joiner Roger Hynam to reinvent an apartment for metalworker Simone ten Hompel, they created a covered space in the bathroom to conceal the front loader washing machine.
The Master Bath, a component of the expansion completed by Escher GuneWardena, includes a double vanity, black slate flooring, a walk-in shower, and expansive views of the pool and gardens beyond.
A large, wood framed skylight fills the master bath with daylight.  A Frank Lloyd Wright inspired shower curtain accents the remodeled bath.
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The zen-like spa bathroom.
Dimensional tile by Heath Ceramics 
Ornament by MQuan Studio
For a spa-like experience, we incorporated a dressing room area.
They gutted the bathroom on the second floor—which used to be filled with everything pink—and removed the existing linen closet in order to extend the vanity to fit two sinks.
The bathrooms are outfitted with Jason Wu for Brizo fixtures. The Bestlite BL7 wall lamp by Robert DudleyBest for GUBI hangs above a marble-topped vanity.
The concrete tile transitions into the plaster shower for a seamless look.
Hand-troweled concrete bathroom
“Keeping the kitchen and bathrooms simple saved money for the important things,” Harkness explains. They went with a soothing color palette and hardware from Reece.
Small foyer with  shoes cabinet
The master bath features wetsyle sinks, neolith basalt counters, leicht cabinets, a cementitous floor, and a teak shower platform and bench.
The master suite features a monolithic wall of quartz to separate the shower from the rest of the room.
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A courtyard off the master bath acts as a solar chimney, drawing in cool air and bringing light and ventilation into the shower. The fixture is from Hansgrohe.
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Master Bathroom
The walls are clad with metal penny tile in the Antique Copper finish from Design and Direct Source of Portland, Oregon. Linear-format tiles in the same finish line the tub.
The standing shower is set off by etched-glass panels supported by stainless-steel hardware. There is no threshold; instead, the tile within the shower zone slopes down very slightly to a floor trough with a custom stainless-steel grille. Along the wall, a Corian shelf—“the longest soap dish in the world,” resident Don Evans jokes—runs the length of the space.
The adjoining master bathroom is connected by mirrored pocket door with bronze trim at the frame. The graphic space features a Kaldewei tub, Domus tiles, and Dornbracht faucets and fixtures. A marble vanity top and medicine cabinet sit against the far wall; a compact wood bench slides smartly under the vanity.
Only glass separates Farmer and Kozely from their backyard (and Celtic cross reproduction) when they shower. The shower floor is ipe wood; the walls are covered in one-inch-square travertine mosaics.
Bathed in Light

To help disperse light in the newly opened-up interior, the designers clad the roof over the guest bathroom with Danpalon, a translucent polycarbonate that brings in lots of softened natural light. The walls and door are frosted glass. Says Kyprianou: “You can’t see much through the glass—just silhouettes—so our guests don’t mind!”

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Hung Up

With the budget running out toward the end of the project, Kyprianou wanted to avoid forking out for a custom-designed walk-in closet in the master bedroom. So he conceived of a simple and cheap storage solution: drilling holes through the wooden roof trusses and feeding inexpensive aluminum closet rods through.

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The cedar plywood paneling used throughout the project adds a mellow quality to the light. The dropped fiberglass screen recalls an outdoor shower, but also provides privacy.

The materials were chosen for their texture, weathering characteristics, durability, and organic appearance — while fiberglass may not actually be natural, says architect Lance Herbst, the type used here, with its visible fibers, has a natural quality.

The basin is Metrix, and the shower curtain by Catherine David.
The master bath is a simple rectangle. “Like the kitchen, I designed it so that no stuff was laying around,” Erik said. The surfaces are natural and subdued; a simple palette of tones, colors, and materials unifies the space. Travertine marble was used on the floors, shower, and countertop. The closet and cabinetry are maple. Erik designed the light fixture himself because, he says, “there was nothing I could find that fit the scale of the room.” He used cold-rolled steel with exposed wires to give it an industrial feel.
Marble wall with black shower fixtures. JVR Apartment by Dieter Vander Velpen Architects. © Patricia Goijens.

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east bedroom looking into shared bath
“I wanted the bathtub and shower to be at the foot of the terrace, so one could look out and feel the connection to the site,” Coleman said. “French roast,” an unglazed porcelain tile by American Olean, covers the shower.

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