Are you looking for some walk-in shower ideas? If you are, then you are in the right place. Here at Kudos House, we have gathered some of the best that you can find.
There are some significant advantages to walk in showers. Not only do they look beautiful, but they are also practical too. One of the most significant benefits is that they have such easy access. This fact makes them ideal for anyone who has any sort of restrictions getting into and out of a bath. However, you certainly do not need a medical reason to want one of these lovely showers in your bathroom.
Let’s take a look at some of the walk-in showers that we have found:
Doorless Walk-in Shower
Here we have a perfect example of a doorless walk-in shower. It looks like one that has been retrofitted into the bathroom, as there is a step for access. However, it does have massive floor space for you to stand in, a seat and a built-in shelf for your toiletries.
A single ceiling spotlight illuminates the whole of the shower. Just remember to get the correct lights installed when doing this. Always consult an electrician when you are installing electrics, especially around water.
Walk-in Shower Ideas Without Doors
We have kept most of the images here as walk-in showers without doors. That is because the majority of walk-in showers do not need doors. And if they do, they are not likely to be as accessible to everyone due to the need for more significant steps, etc.
This shower is one that has been designed for in a wet room. Wet room walk-in showers have another advantage to the style above. That is that they are easier to clean. When you have a standard floor and drain, you can use things like power washers to help with cleaning. Just be sure that you do not use it on electrical fittings, or use higher pressure on the grout and sealant. You do not want a leak.
Walk-in Shower Ideas for Small Bathrooms
When you only have a relatively small bathroom, it can be challenging to get a beautiful walk-in shower. However, this next image clearly shows that it is not impossible. It looks like a wet room style shower has replaced the bath. However, this one does have a door. Other than the door and size, it is very similar to the first image. It has built-in alcoves for shelving that you can use for decoration or toiletries.
As this image also shows, it is highly advisable that you use an extractor fan to eliminate condensation.
One thing that I would suggest with this bathroom, however, is the use of more giant mirrors. As you can read about in our mirrors for master bedrooms, post here.
Walk-in Shower Ideas With No Door
Here is another walk-in shower idea with no door. It is clearly much larger than the one above. This double walk-in shower has an almost rustic look and feels to it. It is a lovely twin shower, with hooks on each side of the entry, and even a seated area in the middle of the two shower heads.
Again, there is something that I would suggest for this shower. That is to add some internal lighting. While this may take away from the desired effect a little, I do think that it would add some much-needed brightness to what is otherwise a beautiful shower.
Walk-in Shower Ideas
This next walk-in shower idea is probably the most glamorous one that we have in this article. It appears that the whole house has a light-hearted yet beautiful gothic style looks to it. The mixture between this, almost 13th Century style furniture and fittings has been complemented with the modern, in ceiling spots. I actually think that the combination is lovely.
This particular walk-in shower has made use of the natural shape of the room very well, by allowing a space for hanging a towel or two on the inside of the doorway. The black shower fittings accent the outside of the shower room wonderfully too!
Walk-in Shower Ideas – The Beauty of the Walk-in Shower Rooms – Conclusion
As you have been able to see, all of these walk-in shower rooms are beautiful in their own ways. While you may think that space is a big issue to having a lovely shower, that is not the case. As you can see in the third image down from the top, all you need is the space that a bath would have taken. And even less if you can get creative with your ideas.
A couple of takeaway points from this article should be:
Use lighting to your advantage – Dark shower rooms are not as vibrant as a well-lit one
Maximize the space you have, even if it is by building alcoves for storage instead of shelving.
Use mirrors to enhance the appearance of size in a smaller room.
I hope that this article has given you some insight and ideas that you can use when you are planning your walk-in shower room. Please let us know if you have any thought, in the comments below!