If someone were to ask me if I was a shower or bath person, I would definitely say bath. I always find this funny since I take a shower every day and bath more infrequently. Showers are important, or at least they should be if you want to have friends and be seen in public. This is why bathrooms are so important. They are an area where time is spent (showering, getting ready, lingering with your eyes half shut when you wake up, or get ready for bed). Bathrooms are always expensive little rooms, but what you put into them is relevant to what you get out of them.
Why not shower pretty? Let the April showers fall outside, and let your shower head fall with perfectly pressurized water inside.
Doesn’t it feel like it is outside? The bower of glass, hedges, and some potted boxwood. Via Veranda
One of my favorite bathrooms. The marble work is phenomenal and the chrome finishing is divine. Via Elle Decor
The more industrial side of showering. I love the idea of stepping into a “room” to shower. The door really creates that feel. Via AD
The more polished and sophisticated side of showering. I really love the more vertical, striped, and natural look of some marbles in the shower. Having whatever tile or stone go to the ceiling is VERY important. Don’t leave any space between the ceiling, it will make the room feel choppy and small. Via AD
A burst of moroccan blue tile in this tub shower combination via Elle Decor.
A quaint and charming bathroom. I love the glass doorway into the shower, not to mention the checkerboard floor. Via House Beautiful
An outdoor shower oasis. How perfectly spring and dreamy. Via AD
Another industrial door with an architecturally interesting stone floor. Via House Beautiful
Clean, soft, and inviting. I love the bench in the shower! Via AD
A slate gray concrete gives a sense of serenity in this zen shower. Via Elle Decor
You could always just put your shower in your tub?! Or is it a tub in your shower? Look how deep that tub looks..wow! Via AD
I love the visual of a tub right in front of a walk-through shower. Also, the wood beams add a great architectural element. Invigorating.