There's just something so luxurious about a walk-in shower. With plenty of space to move around in and an airy open feeling, there's really no better way to start your day.
The great thing about walk-in showers is that they work just as well in small bathrooms as they do in larger ones. Walk-in showers are not just stylish, but they're practical too! With no awkward steps to navigate, they are easily accessible for people of all ages and abilities.
When it comes to designing the perfect walk-in shower for your home, the options are endless. We've gathered 30 of the best walk-in shower ideas, to help inspire you to create your own luxury bathroom.
This beautiful transitional bathroom features classic marble tiles on the shower walls and floors of the bathroom, and elegant non-slip mosaic tiles on the floor of the walk-in shower. Bold green cabinets and colorful floral wallpaper bring life and energy to the space, while gold hardware adds a touch of glam.
It's important to remember to use non-slip tiles in your walk-in shower area. Many bathroom floor tiles feature a non-slip surface as standard, but using mosaic tiles is a great way to add some extra grip.
Classic White Subway Tiles
Classic white subway tiles in a stacked formation set the tone for this modern shower room. The black hardware for the shower, taps, and towel rail give this bathroom a contemporary edge, which works well with the wood tones creating a transitional look.
The alcove in the walk-in shower features blue artistic mosaic tiles, which creates a colorful feature on the wall, and provides a practical place to store shampoos and shower gels.
The use of natural organic materials like wood and stone has created a relaxing spa-like feel in this bath and shower room. The walk-in shower features a tiled pebble floor, which continues to the area under the freestanding bathtub. This has created a wonderful sense of flow in the space.
Using stone-effect tiles and natural wood is a great way to create a relaxing zen-like feel in your own bathroom. Accessorize with natural wicker baskets and bathroom-friendly plants to complete the look.
This striking walk-in shower room showcases a sleek black and white design, with sharp, clean lines in almost every part of the room. The back wall features a bold black tiled design with a horizontal linear space in the center which is lit from behind creating a stunning effect.
Double Walk-In Shower
This stunning 'his and hers' walk-in shower features a beautiful white marble design, giving it an elegant, contemporary look. The floor of the walk-in shower uses marbled mosaic tiles which fit nicely with the color scheme and reduce the risk of slips and falls.
A central alcove provides the perfect space for storing shampoos and other shower necessities, keeping the rest of the space in the shower clean and clutter-free.
Contemporary Gray Bathroom
This stunning slate-gray walk-in shower room is a great example of how well natural wood and stone can work together. The warm tones of the wooden walls balance out the coolness of the gray tiles, creating the perfect sense of balance in this space.
Modern Industrial Glam
This walk-in shower room blends modern industrial style with a touch of glam perfectly. Brick-formation wall tiles, exposed pendant lighting, and a bold square cabinet in deep gray work incredibly well with the pretty hexagonal marble floor tiles and understated glam gold hardware.
Don't be afraid to mix up different design styles when designing your shower room---It can work really well!
Trendy Concrete and Wood
The combination of polished concrete floors and mid-toned wood gives this bath and shower room a trendy, contemporary feel. With smooth white tiled walls and a perfectly smooth floor, light effortlessly bounces around this bathroom, filling it with energy and life, which creates the perfect environment to start the day in.
Ocean Blue Tiles
This gorgeous walk-in shower features beautiful wall tiles in a mottled ocean blue-green pattern. Sleek black hardware adds a contemporary touch to this shower room, with the warm tones of the wooden cabinet and door frame balancing out the coolness of the tiles.
Modern Gray and White Shower Room
This walk-in shower room features a simple understated modern design in white and gray. The walk-in shower area is tiled in deep gray tiles in a variety of different shades, which adds texture and interest to the room.
Tiling your walk-in shower in a different tile from the rest of your bathroom gives you the opportunity to be brave and bold. If you want to add some color to your bathroom, this is one of the best areas to do it in!
Elegant Transitional Bathroom
This beautiful, elegant bathroom features hexagonal marble floor tiles and pretty stone-effect wall tiles. The spacious walk-in shower is completely tiled, including the ceiling which adds to the feeling of opulence in this space.
Contemporary chrome accessories and hardware add a touch of glam, while a few simple plants and wooden accessories finish off the look perfectly, creating a sense of balance.
Nautical Feature Wall
This bathroom is a little more unusual, showcasing an exciting nautical, transitional design with just the right amount of glam! The walk-in shower features three different styles of tile. Firstly, the 'star' design tiles on the back wall, which add to the nautical feel. Secondly, non-slip mosaic tiles are used on the floor, and finally, larger stone-effect tiles are used on the side walls.
Using more than one type of tile is a great way to add interest to your walk-in shower area. A feature wall like this is the perfect place to showcase your favorite tiles.
Light and Bright
A combination of Moroccan trellis-style marble tiles and brick-shaped marble tiles gives this bathroom a sense of energy and excitement, despite its simple neutral color palette. The walk-in shower area features tiny mosaic tiles in the same marble pattern, which blends seamlessly with the rest of the floor tiles in the room.
If you want to stick to a natural palette in your bath or shower room, mixing up different patterns in the same colors and materials is a great way to do it.
A chic gray and white design paired with bold black lines and smooth curves gives this bathroom a sense of Hollywood glam. Built-in lighting on the back wall of the walk-in shower adds to the look, making this into a feature of the room, as well as providing a place to store shower lotions and gels.
A Place to Relax
This gorgeous walk-in shower room features a neutral color palette, with a variety of different tiles used to keep things interesting. Within the shower area, the pebbled floor provides a beautiful and functional non-slip solution for the flooring, while a built-in bench provides seating so you can take it easy while you shower.
This is a great example of how walk-in showers can be accessible for wheelchair users. There is plenty of space in the shower to manoeuver around, and no steps or doors to contend with.
Honeycomb Feature Wall
A honeycomb tiled feature wall adds a touch of fun and excitement to this walk-in shower room. While the rest of the design is fairly simple and understated, the bold color and design of this feature wall really stand out, adding energy and life to the space.
Classic Elegant Marble
Marble is a timeless material, that has been used in interiors and architecture for thousands of years. So if you want to create a classic timeless look in your bathroom, using marble is a great way to do it.
This elegant bathroom features an almost entirely marble design, with a spacious, luxurious walk-in shower, and a freestanding bath. An extra-large mirror reflects the natural light from the windows, making this space feel even brighter. It doesn't get much better than this!
Dramatic Black and White
Black and White marble slabs create the perfect moody masculine atmosphere in this luxurious walk-in shower. The dark stone tiles on the floor, and contemporary black hardware contrast with the marble walls creating a truly unique design.
Fresh and Sophisticated
A neutral palette and natural materials such as wood and stone give this luxury master bathroom a relaxed, sophisticated feel. There is no barrier to entry for the walk-in shower, making it accessible to anyone.
The non-slip pebble flooring and integrated seating make this walk-in shower the perfect choice for families with elderly parents, younger children, or anyone who might be a little more unsteady on their feet.
Wooden Shower Tiles
Although this shower looks like it's been built from wood, you might be surprised to know that it's actually just wood-effect tiles. These tiles provide the illusion and warmth of natural wood, whilst being completely waterproof, so they will stay looking perfect for years to come.
Wood effect tiles aren't often used in bathrooms, but as you can see, they can have a wonderful effect and are an ideal alternative to traditional wooden floors.
Bright Blue Feature Wall
A beautiful bright blue Ikat-designed feature wall separates the walk-in shower from the rest of the bathroom in this transitional design. The shower area has its own window, providing plenty of natural light, with a shade that can be drawn down for privacy if necessary. A rainfall showerhead is suspended from the ceiling, creating the ultimate luxurious walk-in shower.
Small Bathroom With a Walk-In Shower
This small but perfectly formed bathroom features a bright green and teal feature wall in the walk-in shower, ensuring it stands out as a feature in its own right. Hexagonal marble floor tiles add the eclectic style of this bathroom, and are echoed on the wall behind the shelving.
As you can see, small shower rooms don't need to be boring, and there's no reason you can't have a walk-in shower in a small bathroom either!
A Spacious White Bathroom
This huge bathroom has plenty of space for both a walk-in shower and a freestanding bathtub. The white marble tiled walls give this space a bright, airy feeling, make it feel beautifully fresh and clean.
Trendy Yellow Feature Wall
This trendy bathroom features a mix of different tile styles and colors, which give it a unique contemporary feel. The walk-in shower itself uses a simple design of stacked subway tiles to create a pleasing grid-like design. This contrasts well with the bright colors used in the rest of the bathroom on the wall behind the sink and the floor.
This stunning bathroom design uses lots of clean lines, which give it a cool, contemporary feel. The flooring flows seamlessly from the main area into the walk-in shower, and the use of a glass wall to protect the rest of the bathroom from splashes keeps the space feeling airy and open. The natural wood used on the walls, ceiling, and cabinet, adds warmth and brings an element of nature to this one-of-a-kind bathroom.
Luxurious Spa-Style Bathroom
This gorgeous bathroom encapsulates the feeling of being in a luxury spa perfectly. Herringbone floor tiles, a custom glass partition, and antique brass hardware all worth together to create a sense of opulence in this master bathroom. The curbless shower and built-in seating make this walk-in shower easily accessible for people of all ages.
Simplicity at its Best
This simple but beautiful bathroom features an open-plan layout with a walk-in shower and an unusual wooden bathtub, which adds to the natural feel of the space. Beige wall tiles contrast with slate black floor tiles and give this bathroom a clean contemporary look.
Teak and Marble Minimalist Bathroom
Teak and marble work together to give personality to this stunning minimalist bathroom. The only color in this space comes from the teak cabinet and shower floor, which adds a touch of warmth to this serene space.
Teak wood is an ideal material for shower floors since it's not only naturally slip-resistant but it's also naturally fungus and bacteria resistant thanks to the natural oils contained in the wood.
Bold Teal Tiles
This small shower room is packed full of personality. It features an easily accessible walk-in shower with built-in seating and a small alcove for storing shampoos and shower necessities. The bold teal tiles give this shower room a lively fun feel, which is balanced out by the cool marble countertop and the simple (but beautiful) mosaic floor tiles.