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Your bathroom is a place of solitude. This is the place where you can unwind at the end of the day, taking a relaxing soak in your tub or taking a long, steamy shower after work and other daily activities. If you’re looking to redevelop your space, adding a walk-in shower is a great place to start. Walk-in showers can add a touch of elegance to your bathroom. They’re accessible and come in a variety of styles, including rainfall showerheads, built-in spa seats, and walls adorned with soap dishes. You might even find them easier to clean, as they have fewer edges and accessories than tubs (check out our top picks for keeping your bathroom spotless).
Whether you have a small or a large bathroom, walk-in showers can be modified to suit any space. Some may be without a door, while others have an entryway or sliding curtain to brighten up or define the use of the section. To inspire your bathroom design scheme, browse through these photos of walk-in shower ideas which are eye-catching, stylish and will leave you feeling invigorated.
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With a clear and elegant look, this walk-in shower blends into the design of any bathroom.
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Black and white make for an eye-catching combination. Maureen Stevens Designs used the cabana stripe for an unforgettable, unique and minimalist look.
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The intricate tiled floor adds a bold contrast to the white tiled walls and silver handle. Fresh hanging eucalyptus branches will provide a relaxing scent in the steam of your shower for a mini aromatherapy treatment.
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The white design of this shower blends into the decor of the space, while the black and white curtain sets it apart from its surroundings.
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A curved shower head and space to sit down give a classic and spacious look. The tall glass walls help keep the vapor in, while adding a welcoming touch to the light from the nearby window.
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Rustic and sophisticated
By incorporating black and white style tiles, Koo by Kir Architectural Interiors creates a warm and rustic atmosphere in the design of the shower. The geometric pattern matches the warm look of the bathroom, while adding a touch of sophistication.
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The ultimate spa experience
Designed by Heart and Haven, this walk-in shower has glass walls to create an airy and expansive look. The two shower heads combined cultivate a steamy and relaxing spa experience.
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A timeless design
Pappas Miron used the beauty of a black and white palette to design this luxurious, modernist look. The geometric tiled floor and white tiled walls add a sense of closure, making the space feel smaller than it actually is.
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A vintage look
This shower matches the vintage look of the bathroom, thanks to the glass walls and black tiles that adorn the lower part of the shower wall and rim.
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The position of the shower and the view leading to the entrance add a strong sense of grandeur. The various green hues in the bathroom design only add to the dramatic unveiling of this walk-in shower.
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Beauty in the essentials
Designed by studio CAK, the basic black and white palette of this walk-in shower cultivates a sense of elegance. From the white shower head and handle to the black rim of the glass wall, this shower is a striking feature.
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An unexpected motive
Adding patterns to your shower walls, like this honeycomb paving, adds luxurious appeal. With silver faucets and a seating area, this walk-in shower is stylish and accessible.
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You can customize your walk-in shower to have any shape your space allows, including this sloped ceiling. The gold faucet and surrounding white look provide a clean and bright atmosphere.
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Add style to the interior of your shower with a striking pattern such as this green checkered look. With a glass door and silver embellishments, it adds a dramatic touch to the rest of the bathroom design.
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A dramatic effect
Using black and white color blocks for modernist appeal, designer Scott Sanders cultivates dramatic effect. The substantial black coloring throughout indicates the feeling of loneliness and tranquility.
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Black and white come together in a unique way with this marble walk-in shower. Designed by Sarah Walker Design Associates, this shower’s glass door and the intricate geometric design of the floor escape luxury and space.
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Chrome and Whites
With an arched entry and no door, the chrome, marble and white color palette of this walk-in shower gives it a timeless look. The integrated bench adds an accessible touch and a place for shampoo and other bottles.
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A creative focal point
With cornflower blue curtains and a geometric wall pattern, this shower stall becomes the focal point of the room. Curtains and edging help keep water out.
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Bold geometric tile
For a walk-in shower without a door, add a curtain to separate it from the rest of the space. Bold blue geometric floor tiles bring a splash of color, while adding an intricate touch to an overall white environment.
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A feeling of openness
Try transforming your master bedroom into a bathroom – with an enlarged walk-in shower for a feeling of expansion and openness. The shower floor is covered with limestone tiles (the walls with subway tiles). An overhead shower head provides a refreshing bathing experience.
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A lot of light
This white, fully tiled shower features only one glass door, with an open rim for easy entry. The black shower head and handle add basic coloring, while the glass welcomes any light from the bathroom window.
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This bathroom might be small, but the wide horizontal lines make the space appear a lot bigger than it is. The glass shower door adds an eye-catching effect.
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Open and airy
If you are looking for an airy feel, add a large walk-in shower to your bathroom. Large glass doors keep steam inside (eucalyptus plants provide a refreshing touch), while black ornaments only add to the glass design.
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This shower layout brings bold and compact appeal with its geometric white tiles and black color doses.
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