10 spectacular shower concepts For Your next shower room Reno

Each month, designers share their vision of the ideal end-of-day escape in H&H. For some, the best shower room is smooth with an all-white, glassed-in shower — a quiet place to recharge. Others think showers must be showpieces, and relish experimenting with texture, pattern and shine. We can’t pick just one look, so here are 10 the most showstopping designs from house & Home. Which shower is your idea of perfect?

With its handsome metal frame and built-in marble bench, this huge shower makes a severe statement. designer Nam Dang-Mitchell finished off the ensuite with stylish sconces and a set of full drapes. “It makes a shower room feel a lot more civilized and less scientific — like it’s an extension of the rest of the home,” she explains.

Photographer: Colin Way

Source: house & home March 2016

Designer: Nam Dang-Mitchell

Designer Allison Wilson’s third-floor shower room has a lovely look thanks to a brought back vintage bathtub and standard antiqued-brass fixtures. A window inside the basic subway-tiled shower floods the room with light.

Photographer: Angus Fergusson

Source: house & home February 2016

Designer: Allison Wilson

This whimsical family bathroom, created by H&H editor Kai Ethier, gets a dose of high-end from a pair of rain and handheld showerheads. The tiles in the space are a smart high-low mix: timeless ceramic train tile on the walls, a strong marble pattern on the floor.

Photographer: Valerie Wilcox

Source: house & home June 2016

Designer: Kai Ethier

Actor Yannick Bisson’s principal ensuite features clean lines and expansive glass his-and-hers showers. Walnut vanities and limestone tiles help ground the large, airy space.

Photographer: Alex Lukey

Source: house & home March 2014

Designer: Architect, Gordon Ridgely designers and Associates; builder, Upside Development

In this sophisticated principal bath, an extra tall, all-white shower feels just as luxe as the freestanding tub. The cherry blossom photograph adds a touch of soft color to the otherwise white space, and is water-resistant.

Photographer: Alex Lukey

Source: house & home January 2016

Designer: Samantha Farjo

“My husband and I understood we desired a white room because nothing feels as bright, clean and calm,” says senior editor Sally Armstrong of her principal bathroom. Соревнование? Ensuring it didn’t feel sterile. “I set about adding details that would inject character and color,” she says. A blue ikat-patterned Moroccan tile lends a welcome jolt of life to the space.

Photographer: Virginia Macdonald

Source: house & home Ask A Designer: Kitchens & Baths, 2015

Designer: Sally Armstrong; Kelly Buffey

Retailer and homeowner Jill Kantelberg brought the warm oak flooring from her principal bedroom into her ensuite for a seamless transition, adding a strong tile on the floor of the shower stall for a trendy hit of pattern.

Photographer: Alex Lukey

Source: house & home June 2015

Designer: Jill Kantelberg

H&H alum Mandy Milks’s shower has character to spare with its clawfoot tub and warm brass fixтерапевт Основная занавеска для белья и изношенное деревянное табуреток завершает очаровательный, неприхотливый образ.

Фотограф: Майкл Грейдон

Источник: дом и дом март 2013 г.

Дизайнер: Мэнди Милкс, Мазен Эль-Абдаллах

Всего на 128 квадратных футов эта душевая комната нуждалась в рассчитанной дизайне, чтобы чувствовать себя ярким и просторным. Введите дизайнер Эшли Боттен, которая выбрала тщеславие с чистой подкладкой, очень мало дизайна и тяжелый паровая душ с мод. «Детали очень тонкие, но я думаю, что это то, что делает комнату такой мирной», – говорит она.

Фотограф: Алекс Луки

Source: house & home June 2016

Дизайнер: Эшли Боттен

Дизайнер Сэм Сакс предоставил этой семейной ванне дозу своего эклектичного стиля подписи со слепым, выветрившимся стулом и глэм-золотым душем. «Когда вы весь день разрывались после молодежи, есть что -то абсолютно божественное в том, что сможет отдохнуть ваши изношенные кости где -то особенные», – говорит она. We couldn’t agree more!

Photographer: Alex Lukey

Source: house & home June 2016

Designer: Sam Sacks

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