Most home bathrooms are designed in a cookie-cutter fashion. There is typically a common bathroom in a home and then a private master bathroom. If there are multiple levels to the structure, there is usually a pair on the house for each floor. Unfortunately, no matter how different the home design, the bathroom is the same formula – sinks, shower or shower/tub combo, toilets, and various cabinetry.
Fortunately, homeowners don’t need to settle for the stock design their home originally came with. It’s quite possible to produce an interior design change that rethinks the nature of the bathroom, particularly as a place to escape, relax, refresh and start or end the day. Some really interesting and off-the-beaten-path ideas can produce amazing bathroom environments for a home. Below are some of the more interesting options available.
Just keep in mind both practicality and design need to work together. There are plenty of interesting, unique options that don’t really work in the humid environment of a home bathroom.
Offering a notable variety of complete-unit standing shower stall designs, Dusjkabinett choices provide latitude and variety for small space applications as well as larger bathroom fixture settings. Whether in square format or angled, round form, Dusjkabinett shower stalls can be situated in guest bathrooms, provide shower stall options in master bathrooms, or they can even be installed in boats with tight compartments and limited bathroom space. All choices come with adult-sized paneling, easy entry doors, and full visibility compartments with full capture drain pans for the flooring. Choices range from basic functional units to luxury models for the maximum difference in interior design. For more information, click this link.
Norwegian Wood Design
Borrowing from a natural approach, and utilizing a heavy reliance on wood fixtures and detailing, Norwegian Wood Design provides homeowners with choices in both shower stalls and long-length bathtubs. All units are crafted entirely or to some extent with pressured wood for a long-lasting bathroom shower experience or tub option. The wood is treated and sealed while still exhibiting its vibrant grain and carpentry assembly, especially at the corners and joints. Even with the best sealants and laminates, however, one has to remember that eventually, wood will break down organically when exposed to moisture, which makes this option less long-lived than other shower design choices. For more details on Norwegian Wood Design, click here.
While ADM Bathroom generally focuses more on bathroom sinks and tubs, the company does offer a minimalist approach to a singular shower panel. However, the ADM fixture choice is essentially limited to just the shower control system itself. One would have to build the shower stall separately with other components not provided by the company. The look is extremely minimalist, but it’s also a half solution in practice that needs a hybrid approach with other products to complete an entire shower system. In most cases, an ADM choice might be used with a shower stall replacement that is hand-built for a custom installation and then needs a shower control panel for completion. To see more, click here.
Ideally, a shower system should complement the entire bathroom, not distract from it. In this regard, the complete options provided with an integrated system of the wall, shower pan, control panel, and similar tend to be the better way to go for modular approaches. While alternative approaches like wood-based shower systems or consolidated disparate systems can seem attractive at first, in the long run, the complete system is the better way to go both for successful installation as well as the long life of the product in an actual-use bathroom environment.