6 bathrooms with showers without doors to inspire you
One of the biggest challenges when it comes to home design is defining the details of each environment. The list of small details in the bathroom includes: coverings, dishes and metals and even a shower box. In this last respect, a trend can be found in the most recent projects a box without a door. In these cases, a half-glass wall is installed in front of the shower, which prevents water from leaking into the environment, while the rest of the wet area remains without a shower cubicle. We selected six projects that bet on the details with great flair. Get inspired and, who knows, take the idea into your home.
In this project signed by the interior designer Cacao Ribeiro, residents asked to have a clean and practical house. To convey this simplicity in the bathroom, the professional bet on the half wall. And the charm is due to the bathroom. Did you like the result?
For your environment at Casa Cor, architect Paola Ribeiro with box doors left open. The idea was to make the space more harmonious and make better use of natural light. “To delimit the spaces a little more, bringing a little more privacy, I bet on the use of partitions,” he explains.
the architect Patricia Martinez sign this bbathroom, which is part of the master package of his project. The environment with a minimalist air acquired porcelain tiles with a granite look and two countertops with a makeup area. Except, of course, the partitions of the basin and the shower cabin, separated but without doors.
Master bathroom in an architect’s home Otto Felix, with shower doors also left open. With tonka flagstones, limestone walls and a rustic granite backdrop, the expansive space appears framed. Incredible!
Architect-designed bathroom with walk-in shower and hot tub deck for a spa feel Si Sakab, combines wood with gray shades. The box pantry provided space for the bathroom and steps to assist in daily living.
To finalize our selection, the bathroom Niyama Private Islands, a five-star luxury resort in the Maldives. There, the space was designed to fully integrate with nature. The outdoor box without doors is breathtaking. Guests walk up stone steps and a mini pond to reach the wood-paneled shower, topped with bright tiles that catch the sunlight and surrounded by lush foliage.