12 Luxury Shower Trends

 

 

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Handpainted tile

Handpainted tile has a bespoke, quality look that is difficult to duplicate with anything else. Whether you purchase your handpainted tile from traditional artisans or contemporary artists, your one-of-a-kind shower will be a standout on your block.

 

 

 

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Grid glass panes

Shower glass doors and walls done in grid-patterned panes is a hot new look that is taking the bathroom world by storm. Sophisticated with a retro-flare, this look will dress up any bathroom remodel.

 

 

 

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Floor-to-ceiling tile

While shower ceilings went neglected for many years, bathroom designers are bringing them back into the forefront by wrapping showers floor-to-ceiling in elegant tile designs. This top-to-bottom look gives your shower, and your bathroom, a “finished” look.

 

 

No door/curtain

If you hate cleaning shower doors or shower curtains, this may be the perfect design choice for you. By going doorless (and/or curtainless), you give your bathroom a sleek look and probably cut down on maintenance. The key to making this shower work is having a professional help you design it so that splash patterns are accounted for.

 

 

 

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Chevron

This is one way to get a luxurious tile look without the luxury price tag. By committing to a big design pattern, your shower will look like it’s straight off the pages of a design magazine.

 

 

 

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Wainscotting tile look

Wainscotting and wall panels can give a room an elegant flare, and it can do the same for a shower. Your shower will look all dressed up and ready for a dinner party with this style, particularly when done in tones of marble as seen here.

 

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