Built-in, cabin type, with a decorative screen, a fixed panel… If you are thinking of renovating your bathroom and shower, don’t miss our selection. Do we see them?
1. A BRIGHTER BATHROOM WITH A GLASS-ENCLOSED SHOWER
This solution is super effective if you have a bathroom adjoining the bedroom that does not have a window or enjoys little natural light, since you turn a wall into a large glass opening, flooding this space with clarity. For both the bathroom and the bedroom to enjoy privacy, simply install a louvered blind on the side of the night area.
2. A MARBLE BATHROOM WITH A LARGE SHOWER WITH A FIXED SCREEN
In XL showers, like the one in this bathroom design, a practical and highly decorative solution is to opt for a fixed glass panel. You save the profiles, which always “stain” the glass, and you achieve a more minimalist, diaphanous, and modern look.
3. WITH A WOOD-CLAD SHOWER
This bathroom has been decorated to be as practical as it is warm and welcoming. And the chosen combination of materials has been key, with wallpaper and a porcelain tile with a marble effect in the area of the sink, and a ceramic wood on the shower wall, which gives a contemporary and contrasting touch and adds warmth.
4. A TOILET WITH A LARGE AND STYLISH SHOWER
This bathroom is tiny, but all the details have been taken care of to the maximum. Starting with the large shower, to which the same bathroom floor has been taken as a plate, creating a totally continuous space. The partition, metallic and with panels, adds style and personality.
5. A GREAT SHOWER WITH A SPA VOCATION
The shower in this bathroom occupies the space all year round and has a bench to sit on. Due to its measurements, it is perfect, even, to be shared. The game of black and white gives a contemporary counterpoint to a shower with a spa vocation.
6. WITH A FULLY CUSTOM SHOWER
The screens can be made according to the space you have, so you take advantage of it much more. As in this attic bathroom, which adapts to the uneven ceiling. A small niche is used to store the gels.
7. WITH A COUNTRY FLAVOR AND A MICROCEMENT SHOWER
If you opt for microcement in the bathroom, a very practical solution is to also take it into the shower, as has been done in this bathroom. Beyond creating a visually continuous space, you save the typical joints of ceramic materials.
8. AN ISOLATED EN-SUITE BATHROOM WITH SLIDERS
Inside the bedroom, the headboard separates a bathroom in line that allows the shower to be isolated from the bottom with translucent glass sliders. Behind a door, the shower. After the second, the toilet and inside the bedroom, the sink with a large under-sink cabinet.
9. WITH A LARGE SCULPTURAL SHOWER
There is no lack of space, nor light, nor the genius of the decorator. The screen stands out for its oak structure that frames the transparent glass creating a sculptural cube. For greater comfort, a masonry seat covered in microcement has been designed.