John Michael Cooper
Your bathroom is a place of solitude. It’s where you can unwind at the end of the day — taking a relaxing soak in your bathtub or indulging in a long and steamy shower after work and other daily activities. If you’re looking to revamp your space, adding a walk-in shower is a great starting point. Walk-in showers can add a sense of elegance to your bathroom. They’re accessible and come in variety of styles — including having rainfall shower heads, built-in spa seats and walls adorned with soap holders. You might even find them easier to clean, as they have fewer edges and fixtures than tubs (check out our top picks to keep your bathroom spotless).
Whether you have a small or large bathroom, walk-in showers can be modified to fit any space. Some may be doorless, while others have a sliding entrance or curtain to brighten or define the section’s use. To inspire your bathroom’s design scheme, browse these pictures of walk-in shower ideas that are eye-catching, elegant and will leave you feeling invigorated.
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With a clear and sleek look, this walk- in shower blends in with any bathroom’s design.
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Black and white make an eye-catching combination. Maureen Stevens Designs used cabana stripe for a unique and minimalistic look that’s unforgettable.
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The intricate tile flooring adds a bold contrast to the white tile walls and silver handle. Hanging fresh eucalyptus branches will provide a relaxing scent to your shower’s steam for a mini aromatherapy treatment.
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This shower’s overall white design blends in with the space’s decor, while the black and white curtain sets it apart from its surroundings.
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A curved shower head and space for seating makes for a classic and spacious look. The tall glass walls help to keep the steam within, while adding a welcoming feel to the nearby window’s light.
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Rustic and Sophisticated
By incorporating black and white statement tile, Koo de Kir Architectural Interiors creates a cozy and rustic feel to the shower’s design. The geometric pattern blends in with the bathroom’s homey look, while adding a sophisticated flair.
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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 enlarged look. The two shower heads combined cultivate a steamy and relaxing spa-like experience.
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A Timeless Design
Pappas Miron used the beauty of a black and white palette to design this luxurious and modernist look. The geometric tile flooring and white tile walls add a sense of closure, making the space seem smaller than it actually is.
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A Vintage Look
This shower blends in with the bathroom’s overall vintage look, thanks to glass walls and black tile adorning the bottom portion of the shower’s wall and rim.
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The shower’s position and the view leading to walking in adds a strong sense of grandeur. The different green hues throughout the bathroom’s design only adds to this walk-in shower’s dramatic unveiling.
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Beauty in Basics
Designed by studio CAK, this walk-in shower’s basic black and white palette cultivates an elegant feel. From the white shower head and handle to the black rim of the glass wall, this shower makes a striking feature.
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An Unexpected Pattern
Adding patterns to your shower walls — like this honeycomb-like tessellation — adds a luxe appeal. With silver faucets and a space for seating, this walk-in shower is stylish and accessible.
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You can customize your walk-in shower to have any shape that your space allows — including this sloped ceiling. The gold faucet and white surrounding look, offers a clean and bright atmosphere.
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Add some flair to your shower’s interior with a striking pattern such as this green checkered look. With a glass door and silver embellishments, it adds drama to the rest of the bathroom’s design.
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A Dramatic Effect
Using black and white color blocking for a modernist appeal, designer Scott Sanders cultivates a dramatic effect. The substantial black coloring throughout cues the feeling of solitude and tranquility.
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Black and white unite in a unique way with this marble walk-in shower. Designed by Sarah Walker Design Associates, this shower’s glass door and intricate geometric flooring design eludes luxury and space.
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Chrome and Whites
With an arched and doorless entrance, this walk-in shower’s chrome, marble and white color palette makes for a timeless look. The built-in bench adds an accessible touch and 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. The curtains and curb help to keep the water from running.
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Bold Geometric Tile
For a doorless walk-in shower, add a curtain to separate it from the rest of the space. Bold blue geometric floor tile brings a pop of color, while adding an intricate touch to an overall white surrounding.
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An Open Feel
Try turning your master bedroom into your bath — with an enlarged walk-in shower for an expansive and open feel. The shower floor is covered in limestone tiles (the walls with subway tiles). A ceiling shower head provides a refreshing bathing experience.
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Plenty of Light
This white and fully tiled shower only features one glass door, with an open curb to easily walk in. 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 may be small, but the wide horizontal lines throughout make the space seem much larger than it is. The glass shower door adds an eye-catching effect.
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Open and Airy
If you’re looking for an airy feel, add a large walk-in shower to your bathroom. The tall glass doors keep the steam inside (the eucalyptus plants are a refreshing touch), while the black embellishments only add to the glass’s design.
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This shower layout brings a bold and compact appeal with its geometric white tiles and doses of black coloring.
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