Walk-in showers are one of life's ultimate luxuries… why not indulge in one yourself? One of the benefits of getting a walk-in shower is that you can install a shower head like a rain shower head, which can be very relaxing. This can help to simulate the relaxing feeling that some people get with baths.
Not only are walk-in showers a great-looking option for your bathroom, but they're also a very functional option. Rather than having to step into a tub, you can step right into the shower. This can also help a bathroom look more streamlined and sleek, especially because tubs often go unused. So if you're not a fan of baths, it might be best to go for a walk-in shower. Another benefit? They're a great idea if you want to create the illusion of more space in a bathroom.
1. Simple and small
This walk-in shower is the perfect option if you have a small bathroom and want to keep things simple. While there's no separate tub, this shower has everything you need — a rain showerhead, two shelves to read your shampoo, and an extra handheld showerhead for ease of use. The see-through glass looks expensive and modern.
2. Stylish and comfortable
If you want a walk-in shower for the comfort factor, then this option is for you. This walk-in has enough space for a bench to allow for support, two shelves for toiletries, and both overhead and handheld showerheads. The tiling inside the shower is gorgeous, and we love the choice of a glass exterior.
3. Moody Stone
This moody bathroom made of stone is such a cool look whether you're living in the city or by the countryside. The choice of dark stone highlights the glass walk-in shower, which features a tiled white floor to separate the boundaries. Dark stone can indeed be a beautiful choice for the contemporary bathroom.
4. White and tiled
This all-white-tiled bathroom is chic and understated enough to fit into anyone's home — adding decor such as the orchids and a round mirror freshen the look. The dark grout stands out to create a minimalistic tile pattern. The shower itself is easy to step in and out of, and we could see this bathroom design being a great option if you live in a smaller apartment.
5. Separated and tiled
This tiled bathroom is truly unique — with a greyish seafoam tile, wooden counter with raised sink, and separation of the shower with a large wall. The great thing about this type of design is that the shower is kept open since there's no need for a glass separator — which means it's even easier to use.