Designs for inspiring garden showers
The garden shower is a practical feature, it can simply mean shower curtain and a hand shower. But there are many ways to improve the aesthetics and comfort of the outdoor shower. Below are 14 ideas listed and we hope they will all help you.
Underneath you could find tips for refreshment in your garden!
- Cut a niche in the wall. In the niche you have quick access to the accessories. Here you can even play hide and seek through the opening to the other side of the box.
Connect the shower enclosure to the house through architectural elements
2. Connect the shower enclosure to the house through architectural elements. A pergola on it, paint that fits the house, and a hand shower with a surface similar to the lanterns outside make the outdoor shower an inseparable part of the house.
The rustic corrugated iron is in harmony with this fun house
The rustic corrugated iron is in harmony with this funny house of an artist and the exterior of the art studio.
A swimming pool next to the shower
Decorate around the garden shower
3. Decorate around the garden shower. The pergola and exterior trim help you to harmonize the shower enclosure with the house, and the driftwood seahorse is a moody element.
The plants form vertical garden walls
4. Write the shower in the entire environment of your garden. This stone wall combines the architecture of the garden shower with the landscape architecture, and the plants form vertical garden walls.
In this unique landscape in Australia are three vertical gardens. The succulent layers in painted copper tubs are striking against the translucent box of the garden shower.
Stones as decoration
5. Attach a seat. The small bench or stool are essential seating options when tired of surfing, swimming or sunbathing.
Secure a parking space for the towels next to the shower
6. Secure a parking space for the towels next to the shower. This could even be just a hack, but is an important element.
You also need light
7. You also need light. Showering late in the evening can be scary. This elegant stable lighting helps with night showers.
8. Think of the floor. Certainly you do not want to take a shower in the muddy grass. Here we have stepping stones made of teak, which allows us to reach the house safely.
Disguise the water pipes artistically
9. Artistically decorate the water pipes. This glass mosaic hides the water pipes and creates a tropical ambience while showering.
Accentuate the water pipes as an architectural element
10. Or accentuate the water pipes as an architectural element. This steel column is stylish and heavy.
Walls of stones
A note: install a second faucet low down for rinsing the sand from the feet.
This equipment seems to come from cartoon. There is a huge contrast between the natural material of the walls and tile floor and the metal pipe sections of industrial size.
Enjoy the natural environment when you are outdoors
11. Enjoy the natural environment when you are outdoors. This shower is located on the rocky mountain of the Arizona desert.
This shower in the oak tree is not for shy people.
The glass doors to the outdoor shower let in natural light
12. Extend your bathroom outside. The glass doors to the outdoor shower let in natural light, and the rock wall gives a great look, but also private space.
An outdoor shower
13. Set up a shower that can be indoors and outdoors. The disappearing doors help here. Not recommended for celebrities, but it could be a once in a lifetime experience.
This garden shower is also suitable for your pets
14. Set up the garden shower so that it is also suitable for your pets. A hand shower is great for dog showers.
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