36 Bathroom Full Showers Open Showers Design Photos And Ideas

A look at the master bath with a rain shower.
Tres bathroom accesories.
The glass dividers in the bathroom are hand-crafted by Ukrainian craftsmen.
Jacuzzi tub
Bathroom
Teak bench in shower
Windows allow natural light to filter into the space and also provide guests with views of the vineyard locale.
An updated bathroom.
The view is the focal point in a bathroom sheathed in charcoal tile and complemented by wood accents.
The two bathrooms are sited on either end of the rectangular plan. Each have been fitted with discrete skylights for additional illumination.
View of outdoor shower and Guadalupe River from master bathroom by Low Design Office
A clawfoot tub was installed beneath the window and can be seen from the bedroom. The semi-enclosed shower room is lined in white subway tile while sage green penny tiles cover the floors.
The shower is enclosed in travertine and topped with a skylight.
In the bathroom, skylights have been placed in the existing roofline to bring in more natural light. A glass partition and frameless mirror visually expand the space.
Now, the space looks both sophisticated and playful thanks to the addition of whimsical animal-printed wallpaper, marble countertops, tiles from Ann Sacks, and brass pendant lights designed by Cedar & Moss for Rejuvenation.
A bathroom in the northern pavilion.
A glass-enclosed shower helps increased the sense of space in the tiny bathroom.
Guest Bathroom
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.
Photo courtesy of Aryeh Kornfeld
Hand-troweled concrete bathroom
Small foyer with  shoes cabinet
The master suite features a monolithic wall of quartz to separate the shower from the rest of the room.
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Cupertino, California
Dwell Magazine : September / October 2017
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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Rockport, Massachusetts
Dwell Magazine : November / December 2017
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 residents, who previously lived in Japan, asked that the bathroom be modeled after a Japanese-style bathhouse. Wood-effect porcelain tiles from Ariostea line the shower and tub area.
Electrochromic glass windows
The shower provides a glimpse of the outdoors.

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