Unlike the bathroom which can accommodate a bathtub, the shower room by definition only includes a shower. Often smaller than its sister, this pond is no less functional. Modern equipment makes it all the more comfortable as they are practical to use, facilitating movement and storage despite a small area. The style of the shower room is not sacrificed either, with a lot of coatings and colors that give it a beautiful personality. And since the shower is the highlight of this humid room, it often displays generous proportions. Between the washbasin and toilet units, it slips into a nook or takes its ease with an extra-flat shower tray, walk-in shower version. Faucets, shower screen, glass roof are all elements chosen with care that finalize the decor of the shower room. The proof by 15 realizations of professionals of interior architecture which are worth a glance.
A modern and refined shower room
Adjoining the master bedroom, the shower room of this beautiful renovated Parisian apartment comes in addition to a bathroom dedicated to the owners’ children. Chloé Leymarie and Eva Gourdon, the architects in charge of the project, deployed their creativity to breathe new life into the pond. Modernity lies in the choice of authentic materials, a terrazzo nougat tint on the floor, and a grayish-white zellige for a total look in the shower. The furniture and accessories adapt to the configuration of the shower room, adopting clean lines and adjusted dimensions to gain practicality. The built-in taps take part in this, coupled with a masonry niche which frees up space.
A small bathroom but a large walk-in shower
Where children have a bathtub in their own bathroom, the owners of this Parisian apartment, meanwhile, treat themselves to the luxury of a large walk-in shower, despite a mini-sized water feature. Raised, the shower is part of the continuity of the space, marked by a duo of coverings, sometimes graphic, sometimes marbled. The thin glass wall leaves just enough space to access the shower, while the partly recessed washbasin unit frees up circulation space.
Immaculate white and golden brass give style to the shower room
With its modern lines and well thought out layout, this shower room is part of the continuity of the renovation orchestrated by the interior designer Quitterie de Pascal. Inspired by her travels in Greece and Morocco, the pro worked the shower with a lime-like coating with an exotic style. Generously proportioned, it is separated from the rest of the water feature by a glass roof at the top, the base being used for placing toiletries in a very practical way. The sleek design golden taps display a resolutely contemporary line.
A custom-cut blush pink shower room
Constrained by the convoluted shape of the walls and the presence of a window, the layout of this shower room gave the professionals of the Mon Concept Habitation agency a hard time. To take advantage of the square meters available, the shower has been placed in a recess. Its unusual design does not, however, sacrifice its comfort and practicality, hidden behind perfectly sealed transparent walls. The double sink and storage are enthroned in majesty. As if to better assert its place, the shower is marked by blush pink tiles echoed by the terrazzo flooring. This graphic and colorful duo, inherited from the Memphis movement, is jostled here and thereby a few black lines that give the shower room a great look.
A contrasting shower room
In accordance with the expectations of the owner of this Parisian apartment, interior designer Charlotte Gille in charge of the renovation removed the existing bathtub to install a shower. The bathroom transformed into a shower room is now more practical. To preserve the luminosity in the space, the pro has bet on a thin curved wall of black which allows appreciating the pretty green water shade chosen to adorn the shower. Using the smallest centimeter, the washbasin cabinet is attached to the wall without interfering with its use.
A generous and comfortable shower room
Instead of the old bathtub, the Boclaud Architecture agency, mandated on the project, favored the installation of a large shower. To pass the technical networks inherent in this new element, part of the ground had to be raised. The waxed concrete makes it possible to create a unit over the entire surface, despite the difference in levels. The choice of a clear zellige on the wall brings reflection to the water feature which is blind. The canopy also participates in this effect, in addition to accentuating the feeling of space. As for the basin, it offers a generous work surface which adds to the comfort of the bathroom.
A fitted shower room, transformed into a warm setting
Far from the sad and cold allure of the original bathroom in this apartment, today’s water feature is, on the contrary, a warm setting. Exit the bathtub, make way for a large comfortable shower, partly closed by a wall created especially to lean against the washbasin cabinet. The patterned tiling ensures continuity throughout the space, and the made-to-measure storage space invests the unused recesses with practicality. The softness of light wood and earthy tones also modernizes the style of the shower room.
An angular shower room with a strong character
Although generous in size, the shower room was and still is constrained by the angular shape of the walls, since it is located in the corner of the building. To deal with the existing, the professionals of the Heju agency erased the bathtub and preferred the installation of a shower, in accordance with the wishes of the owner of the apartment. The modernity of the water feature lies in the choice of this XXL canopy, curved in black and adorned with an opacifying streaked glass. Its curves are also repeated on the washbasin cabinet, custom-designed for the occasion. Shades of pink and sea-green sublimate the unusual character of this shower room.
A condensed and functional shower room
Formerly a hallway, the fitting out of this surface into a shower room was a real challenge for the architect in charge of the project. The result is striking, combining comfort and practicality, despite the few square meters available. The elements follow each other in length, going from the toilet to the shower, including the basin. To compensate for the lack of natural light, the pro has chosen white, enhanced here and there with woody notes and graphic black touches.
A large shower shaped in the material
Entirely fashioned in Corian, the shower room of this apartment located in Biarritz is in the form of a free plan in one piece where the uses almost merge, without encroaching on each other. on the others. The niches dug in the material accommodate the washbasin cabinet while the shower does not suffer from any wall that would interfere with its use. This well-thought-out small wet room thus demonstrates great modernity and is intended to be very practical on a daily basis, without any superfluous element.
A shower room going to the essentials
Following the logic of the eco-renovation orchestrated for this townhouse, the creation of the shower room was done by going to the essentials. As if cut into the wall, the large walk-in shower offers its owners like a bubble of well-being where green dominates, with just the right amount of accessories for practical everyday use. The niches, for example, are directly masonry, avoiding the purchase of superfluous shelves or supports. The tiles used to meet the requirements of the specifications and are thus labeled. All in a contemporary atmosphere.
The platform modulates the volume of the shower room
Nestled in the old kitchen, the shower room of this Lyon apartment has seen its proportions decrease but not its functionality. The stage necessary for the passage of technical networks, far from being a constraint, on the contrary, makes it possible to modulate the general volume of the body of water. The shower and the toilet are thus delimited, and the impression of space is greater. The materials and colors chosen to compensate for the lack of natural light and immerse the shower room in a modern Zen atmosphere.
Elegant shower room with marbled reflections
This Parisian apartment, redesigned as a creative and arty laboratory by interior designer Isabelle Heilmann, displays an offbeat style even in the shower room. Borrowed from modernity, the small pond elegantly mixes tiling with warm marbled reflections and ivory white coating, flat and curved in addition. The interior fittings are reduced to the essentials for better circulation in the limited space. The mirror above the vanity top accentuates the interior outlook, reflecting the shower and its contrasting black faucet.
A well-optimized shower room
Configured in the initial plan with a toilet, the shower room is all the more limited in the surface area because it had to be fitted with storage. Margaux Carnevali, the interior designer in charge of the project, had to break one of the partitions to create the famous built-in storage. The shower itself has been completely redesigned with terrazzo flooring and small, cheerfully colored tiles on the wall, in a contemporary feminine style. The glass assembly makes the room easier to use.
A white shower installed under the roof
On the top floor of this house located in Courbevoie, space has been transformed into a master suite. The bedroom is followed by a beautiful shower room, the latter has found its place under the roof despite a steep slope. It takes advantage of the natural light offered by the skylight and takes its ease with its generous dimensions. A wall allows you to store toiletries, for more practical use that goes to the essentials. The built-in taps contribute to the comfort of the water feature, which is intended to be as timeless as it is modern.