Is your shower looking a little sad? Is your wet room more of a small soggy space? You’re in the right place, House & Garden has all you need to remedy the bathroom blues! From a richly tiled wet room to a custom-made walnut shower pod, we’ve found 14 examples of showers that shine. Take a look at our gallery but please, prepare yourself – you are about to be showered with design inspiration!
SUNSHINE YELLOW SHOWER TILES
Wonderful sunshine yellow ‘Zellige’ tiles by Emery & Cie line both the wall and floor of this wet room-style shower. Tongue and groove paneling and a simple stone sink downplay the ornate mirror and lighting.
GREEN IN SHOWER ROOM
Designer Sarah Delaney suggested a cool, loosely Scandinavian aesthetic for this rustic barn conversion. Colours come in restrained bursts. One wall is clad in bricks, which owner Pam chose to create a visual ‘full stop’, while another is bright green.
BATHROOM WITH EXPOSED BRASS PIPES AND BLACK TILES
Exposed brass pipes are highlighted by the black tiles in the bathroom of Pumphouse Point hotel.
MISMATCHED HERRINGBONE TILED WET ROOM
Bold herringbone ‘Cristalli’ tiles from Made a Mano cover the walls and floor of this wet room by Faye Toogood. The shower, sink and bath are from Drummonds.
TADELAKT PLASTER WET ROOM
The simple palette and accessories makes this bathroom feel elegant and luxurious. The bathroom walls are covered with tadelakt plaster, while the walk-in shower has a projecting marble base. Despite the walk-in shower not a having a door, it makes the space appear larger, and just that little more enticing.