Renovating a bathroom can get really expensive, both in time and money, but it can add so much value to your home. If you are planning on updating yours, here are some ideas about modern showers that can help inspire you.
Double the Fun
This spacious bathroom features two showerheads, making those romantic showers more comfortable.
Mirror, mirror on the wall
The same bathroom, but from a different angle. A wall to wall mirror makes this bathroom appear even larger.
A Room With a View
Large windows combined with glass doors ensure a great view from the shower cabin.
Let the Sunshine In
A skylight feature ensures that the bathroom has plenty of natural light and creates a sensation of open space without exposing it to the outside view.
Another way to prevent neighbors from peeking is to use large frosted windows.
The blue color is an excellent way of adding some color to your bathroom, yet neutral enough that it goes with everything.
Nothing will make your morning luxurious like white marble in the bathroom.
A modern industrial look with added natural details.
Glass and Light
Glass doors create a wonderful contrast to the dark walls.
Oversized dark tiles and state-of-the-art shower unit are a great combo.
Dark and Light
Excellent combination of highly contrasting elements.
Who says showers had to be regularly shaped?
Something Old, Something New
Another great use of contrast, with rustic wooden cupboard and modern shower and fixtures.
Neutral With Flair
Cave-like shower serves to break the monotony of natural colors.
Minimalistic designs can be sometimes boring, but the designer added some colorful tiles to liven it up a bit.
Nostalgic Yet Modern
Wooden floor makes a wonderful contrast to the cold grey marble of the shower.
Making the Most of Space
Sometimes space is a premium, so you have to do the best with what you have.
One With Nature
Floor-to-ceiling windows ensure excellent view, just make sure there aren’t any peeping toms around.
Taking it Outside
If you have a private garden, why not take advantage of it and make an outdoor shower?
Three Heads are Better Than One
Why have water come at you from one direction when you can have it from three?