Have you heard about walk-in showers without doors? Also known as a curbless, the style has been around for centuries. But lately, it starts to get famous and incorporated in modern design.
Looking at the design itself, the doorless shower is unique yet appear as a stunning piece. The lack of a door or the common glass door has lessened the maintenance fee.
At the same time, the curbless has almost limitless design options. From placing a tub, wet room, to the toilet close by, the design is something you can expect for great visual value. Check these inspirational ideas.
This design successfully incorporating the design of walk-in showers without doors and still looks fantastic. The use of marble tile adds pattern and elegance to space.
Along with the white wall, skirted table, and mirror, the room appears bigger and stylish. The drain right under the shower prevents any puddles.
In this design, the half-wall provides a little extra privacy despite the location that closes to the windows. It also works as a partition between the shower and the tub.
The use of color and tile is very smart. The simple dark gray and marble tile are meant to approach minimalist style.
Walk-in showers without doors can have enough privacy when it designed in such ways. Like this particular idea that uses nook style curbless design.
The shower is well hidden behind the walls that create such a separated spot from the whole bedroom space. The room appears mesmerizing with the color scheme.
If you desire for the ultimate shower experience, then this idea is your pick. Your curb less has more than enough shower head and wall spray.
Even though you have to face the toilet directly, the unique shower time will bring ultimate relaxation without losing its visual value.
A wet room style is an ideal design for the walk-in shower. As you don’t have any door or separator, the water from the shower will go directly to the drain.
Just like this design that comes with a half wall and bathtub located inside the wet room area.
This fancy-looking design comes with the idea to maximize the room and function. Instead of using a wall or door, the curbless design provides extra room for the window.
Here, the use of honeycomb does steal your attention away. Becoming the focal point and bring the pattern to the grayish bathroom.
Notice how the mosaic tile shower and the contrasting blue in this walk-in showers without doors bathroom design have stolen your attention.
Yes! indeed the simple glass was used as a partition between the shower and toilet, but surely the color choice and design itself have increased the overall aesthetic.
This idea is a great example that the use of a doorless shower will be beneficial. If you do have a small space, you can get bigger walkways and spacious looks with this kind of shower.
Located on the corner and only separated with half wall, this design looks comfortable.
Walk-in showers without doors can bring visual interest and curb value with great tiles and color choices. Here, you can see the smart use of black and white colors.
It also comes with gray, but the use of white as the main color won’t make the user feel claustrophobics.
White, white, and white. This white overall curbless bathroom idea looks minimalist yet still stunning at the same time.
It has a small alcove that functions as a surface. The white marbles that surrounding the area create a great accent and strike of color. It is a perfect pick for minimalist enthusiasts.