Master BathContemporary Bathroom, San Francisco
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A family bathroom needn’t look like an institution. With careful planning and subtle future-focused decisions, you can create an enviable spa-like quality, no matter what size space you have. Tip: An all-white bathroom may look bright and clean, but natural materials such as wood (or tiles that look like wood) can add a warm and relaxing vibe.
Because water trickles through the slats into a large shower pan, a wood floor conceals unsightly drains, making way for a fluid, minimalist statement. With less splash back, a doorless, no-threshold shower works perfectly in a small space.
5. Ensure proper drainage. Not only will you guard against damage from standing water, but you'll also protect yourself from skidding on wet floors. Angle the shower floor slightly so that water flows toward the drain, and think about adding a second drain for doubly effective siphoning.
8. Add flexibility with fixtures both high and low. This shower has incredible flexibility with rain shower heads, body sprays and a handshower. The bench encourages seating for a more relaxing shower. Want more advice? Reach out to a bathroom designer for more ideasMore: The Case for a Curbless Shower A 96-Square-Foot Spa Next: Browse More Bathroom Design Photos