Whether mounted on a wall or ceiling, a wet room shower creates a clear difference between having to get into your shower and simply only walking into it- all without compromising looks or pleasure. It also diminishes the risks for slips and makes the shower much easier to clean.

Wet Bathroom - The Ultimate Guide To Creating The Perfect Wet Room

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Whether mounted on a wall or ceiling, a wet room shower creates a clear difference between having to get into your shower and simply only walking into it- all without compromising looks or pleasure. It also diminishes the risks for slips and makes the shower much easier to clean.

Wet Bathroom - The Ultimate Guide To Creating The Perfect Wet Room

June 10, 2019
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Wet rooms are the latest trend in bathroom design and are becoming more and more desirable, but what is a wet room, you may ask. Basically, a wet room is an area in your bathroom or a whole dedicated room where the showering area is an open space. Whatever location you can find in your home for a wet room, you will find a lot of inspiration in this article.

There is a huge variety of wet room ideas and styles. They can be created in small or large bathrooms, shower rooms or cloakrooms. We explore the most significant advantages and disadvantages of wet room bathroom designs so that you can decide which one works best for your space.

Wet room built-in ceiling shower

Most wet room designs revolve around a shower with a waterproof area on the floor also featuring a shower waste, but the best include a freestanding soaking tub as well. You do not only get the fast, simple yet luxurious shower experience, but you also put the best of both worlds at your feet.

If your bathroom is small you might need a modern glass screen for your shower space. Even so, every wet room shower is a great way to jump into the trend of open spaces and add coherence to the overall design of your home, so that your impeccable style carries through right down to the layout of your stylish bathroom.

Black freestanding soaking tub

A smart question in this regard is why have both a shower and a tub if the room is exclusively created for bathing. Well, the answer is actually quite simple: sustainability. If you are feeling like a spa-experience at home and you are quite in a hurry, it is possible to feast on the benefits of a wall-mounted body shower without having to fill your bathtub every time.

Built-In Body Shower in wet room

This jungle shower is just delicious. Plants live happily in this wet environment while you enjoy every benefit of an outdoor spa in your own indoor bathroom. This is another perfect example of livable luxury that is grounded in an appreciation for nature and amped up with cutting edge technology designed for both relaxing and cleansing.

Wave body shower in the wet room

Whether mounted on a wall or ceiling, a wet room shower creates a clear difference between having to get into your shower and simply only walking into it- all without compromising looks or pleasure. It also diminishes the risks for slips and makes the shower much easier to clean.

This glass-paneled shower succeeds in sophistication, comfort, and safety. Besides, as the room is created for showers only, there is no need for expensive storage while the panel also protects towels from the spray.

Wet room bathroom furniture

Fact: most wet room showers need to be tiled from floor to ceiling and require optimum drainage design. While this could make it a rather expensive project, wet rooms certainly increase the value of your home, financially speaking. Also, your final waterproofed wet room will be better protected than a standard bathroom.

This neutral bathtub helps enhance the tile design and showcase the marble flooring in this show-stopping wet room.

Freestanding Acrylic Bathtub with marble flooring

Once again, you can add a modern bathtub to complement your design for a perfect bathing space that does not go unnoticed. It is important to note you should retain at least one regular bathroom in your home as buyers seem to want it.

Freestanding Solid Surface Bathtub with a built-in shower

A built-in shower head allows for minimal and neutral designs yet also manages to add much character and life with a final sleek finish. This particular ceiling shower offers the delightful feel of rainfall over your head, plus the benefits of chromotherapy. You can safely walk under the cloud but it might present some danger as well: you will not want to come away from it.

Stainless steel built-In shower head with chromotherapy lighting

There are no restrictions with regards to space when it comes to wet room ideas. An awkward space, such as an old cloakroom can turn into an awe-inspiring shower room. A room previously functioning as an office can become a brilliant wet room with tub and shower.

A perfectly situated wooden soaking bathtub beautifully bridges the transition between areas and redefines modern open spaces through design.

Freestanding Wooden Bathtub in the room

Niche shelves are the perfect storage idea for wet rooms allowing you to keep beauty products and bath accouterments with utmost deference to the rest of the decor.

Wooden soaking bathtub

The bathing ritual acquires a whole new meaning in wet room bathrooms. Wet room showers and freestanding baths work together to innovate and show all minds that new ideas and current technology can enhance the character of traditional structures.

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We hope you have found this article helpful to make your bathroom your own little haven
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