Bathroom Shower Designs

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Master Bathroom of the HGTV Urban Oasis 2012 located in Miami, FL.

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This art deco bathroom has inset doors and handmade subway tile on the walls of the shower. The entire room serves as a shower floor, with blue and green tiles. Clear-glass shower deflectors contribute to the clean and open composition of the room. The built-in vanity and tall cabinet ensure personal care.

Designer, Vanessa DeLeon, uses textures and pattern to add visual interest to this modern guest bathroom. Clean lines of the fixtures allow the tile work and wood tones to become the focal point of space.

The all glass and tile shower was designed to maximize the square footage of the shower. A tile bench was installed to provide a seating area with a rainfall shower head in the shower ceiling.

Glass shower doors create a streamlined look for this master bathroom. Recessed lights reflect off of glass doors and the shower floor is lined with small ceramic tile. White cabinets contrast nicely with wood floor.

In this narrow bathroom, making the space feel bigger is key. A long mirror over the vanity and glass shower walls do just that by reflecting light off of each other.

Pinks and blues make a whimsical color combination in this playful, eclectic bathroom. The minimalistic glass shower allows a blue and white damask Roman shade, colorful patterned wallpaper and a blue dresser to take center stage.

Designer Christopher Grubb replaced dark gray and black tiles in this contemporary bathroom with white ones to open up the shower from floor to ceiling. Decorative glass is used on one wall to bring natural light into the shower.

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