When it comes to shower room ideas, no need to worry about the room size. You need to carefully plan and pay more attention to details, though.
1. The Spreadout Style
Although this bathroom size is enough to have a bathtub in it, it is okay if a shower is enough for you. Besides, this means there is still plenty of space. Not only beautiful but this shower room is also practical and stylish.
- You will not feel claustrophobic while showering because there is no glass partition or door.
- The skylight gives you enough light during the day.
- The water may splash everywhere without the glass partition. It can get wet and messy.
- The wooden stool might get in the way despite its function (suggestion: choose a foldable, plastic one where you can store it under the vanity unit).
2. The Brickwall Design
If your shower room is small, you do not have to have too much stuff in it. A maroon brick wall design will do wonders here.
- The color and motif choices are unique. You can mix the tile design with a poster that has the same shade.
- If you feel that maroon is too dark, brighter colors with the same brick wall design are also great options.
3. The Softly Southwestern Style
Perhaps you do not get to see shower room ideas like this one. With double showers and a bench, you get to sit while showering if you feel tired of standing up. The statement shower is big enough to give you a downpour.
- The bench is perfect to help feeble feet. You no longer slip over easily.
If you feel like showering with hot water, the glass door will keep the steam in when it is closed.
- The double showers seem like a waste. Plus, if you turn both on, it is a waste of water.
- There should be a mat outside the door to dry your feet after shower.
4. The Unconventional Glass Partition Door
Your shower room does not have to have a conventional, glass partition door. This wavy-lined one makes your shower room look completely out of the ordinary.
- This design is perfect for a small shower room. You do not have to put too much decoration in other parts.
- Be careful, the unusual shape might get you to bump accidentally against the glass partition edge, even after you open the door.
5. The Artistic Shower Room
This is one of the shower room with the blings. You can see the wall tiles and the crystal light above the vanity cabinet. The abstract pattern on the long mat on the floor makes the shower room look merrier.
- Regarding the size of the shower room, the blings on the wall make it look less gloomy.
- The crystal light makes the shower room look elegant and fancy.
- Since the shower room is small, it is better if the vanity cabinet does not have drawer handles that stick out. Your side might bump against them a lot.
- To some people, the Jackson Pollock painting style on the carpet may look a bit too much compared to the whole shower room design.
6. The Shower and the Bathtub
To some people, they may still prefer bathtub over shower. If you live with family members who prefer that way too, here is the win-win solution. Let the two stays in one room instead of having a separate bathroom and wet room.
- Everybody is happy. It is as simple as that.
- The bathroom looks small, so having a shower and a bathtub may not be a good idea. It makes the bathroom feel rather ‘stuffed’.
7. The Marble Shower Room
Marble is one of the most common choices for shower room ideas. They are easy to clean, classy-looking, and adaptable to the changing of room temperature. “Adaptable” means it depends on the water you use.
- As mentioned earlier, marble tiles can feel different under certain temperatures. For example: if you shower with cold water, they are cool on the surface. It warms up if you use hot water.
- The shades and patterns are nice and homey-looking.
- Although marble tiles are easy to clean up, they are also rather slippery.
- Since the marble tiles are slippery, there should be a handler in the shower cubicle.
8. The Polished Plaster/Concrete Shower Room
If you only care about the function and would prefer something simple, polished plaster or concrete is the idea for your shower room. It is quick and easy to finish.
- You do not have to worry about tripping over in the shower room, because this is not as slippery as having marble tiles.
- To some people who care about style, this shower room idea is much too simple and plain.
9. The Shimmering Surfaces
This Mediterranean-style shower room reminds you of water droplets inside from the mosaic tiles. The frameless glass door is behind Carrara marble’s partial walls. The marble flooring outside the shower door is the perfect transition to the wood floor.
- This shower room design looks majestic. The shower cubicle is slightly covered by walls, so it gives a sense of more privacy.
- There is enough light coming from outside the cubicle, so there is no need for too much electricity.
- The path out of the shower cubicle feels a bit too crowded. The table with the storage needs to be placed elsewhere in the shower room.
- There should be a mat on the marble flooring to avoid tripping over because of your wet feet from the shower.
10. The Monochromatic Shower Cubicle with a Statement Shower
The best thing about this shower cubicle design is the statement shower – placed right above your head. It feels like having rain pouring down on you from the sky.
- The shower cubicle is big enough.
- The glass partition and door look too clear that you might bump into either one by accident.
There you go. We’ve provided you with some brilliant ideas to try at home. From these top shower room ideas, which one is your most favorite?