All-white everything will leave you feeling 100 percent clean, whether you scrubbed behind your ears or not. A pristine white bathroom is a classic—and timeless—look that can be easily made more colorful with a quick switch of accessories. Here, built-in reclaimed wood shelves keep plenty of towels at the ready.
Bath with a View
If you're planning to build new or remodel your home, incorporate some windows in the bathroom. A walk-in shower with a view is a luxury that very few have. Just make sure to maintain privacy, or at least offer a way for the more demure to feel less exposed.
Thanks to its great light, well-sized window, and glass-enclosed shower, this bathroom feels like an extension of the world beyond. Green subway tiles and earth-toned ceramic flooring reflect the natural setting, making a shower here seem like taking one out of doors.
Around a Column
This shower is not only walk-in—it's walk-through. With ample room and access from two sides, the ceramic-tiled space boasts a generous overhead shower and wood grate–covered drain. Sliding doors on either side allow the shower to be closed off for privacy.
Look to the Sky
Nothing beats the freedom of an outdoor shower—but a skylight directly above your indoor walk-in is not a bad substitute. When you're bleary-eyed in the morning, the sun can help wake you, or you can take a moonlit shower under the stars to unwind after a long day.
Reused steel windows create an eye-catching splashguard in this walk-in shower. The vintage factory windows bring an interesting aesthetic to the bathroom—an unexpected place to go industrial.
Ceiling Shower Head
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