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An invigorating shower is one of life's little pleasures – why not make it as good as it can be? These shower environments offer inspiration 

1. David Reid Homes Counties

Here's a solution if your bathroom area is not big enough for the shower and bath tub that you want – create a wet area. The glass panel separates the shower from the vanity, but there is no divider between the tub and shower.

Tiles: Panaria ceramic porcelain stoneware from The Tile Depot



2. Paul Tilse Architects

Reeded glass, black steel framing, and marble-look porcelain sheet walls create a balanced aesthetic in this master suite shower stall.

Glass treatments and framing: Steel frame doors with fluted or clear glass


3. Conner + Perry Architects

Centre of attention – this expansive master bathroom features a central steam shower and spa tub to prominent effect. Having a skylight issuing in sunlight overhead adds to the pampering shower experience.


4. Richard Dalman, Dalman Architects

A seaside-themed material aesthetic in this home continues into the master suite shower stall with aqua glass tiles that shimmer like paua shells.

Bathroom tiles: Brymac


5. Mark McLeay, Creative Arch

A glass shower stall panel and blanket stone-look wall and floor tiles give the master ensuite a spa-like feel. Having a walk-in arrangement with no shower stall step also future proofs this bathroom – an ageing-in-place feature.

Master ensuite tiles: Tile Warehouse


6. Carla Molyneaux and Gaynor Rodgers, Melanie Craig Design

Out of sight –  this walk-in-and-turn shower provides the degree of privacy requested by the owners. The handy shower niche as well as the back wall of the shower are in the same black tile as the vanity splashback.

Floor and wall tiles: Absolute Carrara

Shower drainage: Tile Insert Channel Drain, by Allproof


7. Brian Cullen, Paterson Cullen Archaus Architects and Jennie Dunlop, Dunlop Design

Positioning is one form of luxury you can bestow on your shower zone. This master suite shower stall is positioned to capture the morning sun and take in the home's clifftop views.

Tiles: Calacatta White, from European Ceramics

Shower fittings: Grohe showerhead with Pan Slide; Elementi Rainhead; Pan mixer; from Robertson Bathroomware


8. David Pascu, Abramson Architects

This master bathroom includes a substantial shower environment with dark shower fixtures contrasting the walls of pale, veined natural stone.

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