With their stunning framed views, intricate tilework and cutting-edge fixtures, these 50 showers offer plenty of design inspiration. Any of them would be a great place to start your morning. To see the photos in a slideshow format, click the first image to enlarge the photo, then use the right arrow to flip through. Which shower would you like to make a splash in the most?
1. At first glance, you might think this Malibu, California, shower designed by studio bracket is outside, but if you look closer you will see a custom glass ceiling.
2. This walk-through shower designed by CTA Architects Engineers features a slate floor with inset wood slats that lead to a drain underneath.
3. This modern master bathroom in Denver features a floating bench, an illuminated shower niche and a spectacular slab of multicolored onyx.
4. This stunning curved shower features a combination of glass and iridescent tile from Oceanside Glasstile.
5. Three shades of penny mosaic tile from SomerTile create bold lines in this Boston master bathroom.
7. A mix of black and white large-format tiles makes for a bold statement in this Northern California master bathroom.
8. The homeowners of this Seattle bathroom used a cedar wine barrel to create the base of their shower. The round shower curtain rod was custom made out of copper tubing.
9. Tiling all the way up to the pitched ceiling was a smart choice here, as it draws the eye all the way up to the circular window and beautiful beams.
10. This master bathroom in San Francisco features a grid shower door made with black anodized aluminum. The shower floor is covered in small Carrara marble tile.
11. Subway tile from Waterworks covers the walls and pitched ceiling in this San Francisco master bathroom.
12. Foursquare Builders built this shower stall with a full-length frosted glass wall. It provides privacy yet allows the homeowners to feel connected to the outdoors.
13. Three vivid stripes of pink tiles in the shower surround complement the bold pink walls in this Austin, Texas, bathroom.
14. This elegant Minneapolis shower, designed by Martha O’Hara Interiors, is covered in Carrara marble and has a custom mosaic pattern on one of the walls.
15. An assortment of dog bone-shaped tiles in various hues covers the floor of this shower in Massachusetts, designed by Catherine & McClure Interiors.
17. Though it’s common for many newly remodeled bathrooms to have glass shower doors, this Los Angeles bathroom makes a strong case for a well-tailored shower curtain.
18. Almost like an ombré pattern, the tiles on this shower surround gradually transition from white to a teal color that complements the rest of the bathroom’s walls.
19. This sleek San Francisco shower has a wall of frosted glass, a floating bench and shelf, and two shower systems with multiple faucets and jets.
20. This large shower in Florida, created by the Weber Design Group, has a glass door that leads directly to an outdoor shower.
21. This Los Angeles shower has a wood slat floor, smooth-troweled plaster walls and an enclosure made of 3form recycled resin panels with embedded reeds.
22. With the floor-to-ceiling window featuring a lush green view, keeping the rest of this New York bathroom neutral was a smart choice by designer Eddie Lee.
23. Pebbles have become a popular flooring material for showers, but this Maryland bathroom turns the look up a notch with a floor-to-ceiling strip of pebbles on one of the shower walls.
24. This stunning Australian master bathroom, designed by Zaher Architects, includes a walk-in shower that opens directly onto an outdoor cantilevered ledge.
25. This gorgeous Miami Beach bathroom, designed by Overmyer Architects, features a tiled arched ceiling that provides a timeless aesthetic.
26. Stephen Fletcher Architects created a classic bathroom in London that provides the best of of both worlds: It features a vintage claw-foot tub and a rainfall shower overhead.
27. The black penny tiles covering this shower surround are a great fit for this chic London bathroom with its ebony wood floors.
29. There’s so much to love about this shower, from the back-painted glass wall to the rainfall shower head hung from a beam between two skylights.
30. The original stained glass window was maintained in this Californian bungalow-style bathroom that also has tessellated tiles on the floor and subway tiles on the walls.
31. Open the door to this elegant London bathroom and you find yourself in a wet room clad in white marble and black granite tile.
32. This remodeled Victorian bathroom in Detroit has a curved walk-in shower with an array of elegant windows that drench the space in sunlight.
33. The team at Robeson Design added a beautiful focal wall using tile with a geometric pattern that adds visual depth to the shower.
34. This pass-through shower in a London bathroom can be entered from two sides. The shower wall features a slab of stunning marble.
35. With its arched door and window and its stone urn sitting in a custom niche, this bathroom evokes a sense of ancient Greece.
36. The team at SunSwallow Design transformed the master bathroom in a 1970s split-level ranch into this spa-worthy space, featuring a grand walk-in shower.
37. This Atlanta bathroom by Bradley E Heppner Architecture isn’t afraid to make a statement. The shower surround’s glossy black and white striped ceramic tiles steal the show.
38. The custom glass ceiling in this walk-in shower by LDa Architecture & Interiors makes you feel as if you’re showering outside.
39. This Seattle shower features a custom bench made from cedar logs repurposed from a houseboat.
40. The rich golden onyx slab covering the back wall is the star of this marble-clad shower in Charleston, South Carolina.
41. This Napa Valley, California, shower by Fisher Weisman features a custom wall made of local fieldstone.
43. David Johnson Architects created this vaulted ceiling covered in blue subway tile. A mosaic on the base of the built-in bench also adds visual interest.
44. Fouch Building & Remodeling built this classic shower in a Portland, Oregon, attic using a black-and-white palette of subway tiles for the surround.
46. A large walk-in shower filled with mosaic tile from Granada Tile and palm trees creates a lush oasis in this Los Angeles bathroom.
47. With the frosted bottom half of this floor-to-ceiling window along the back shower wall, the homeowners have both privacy and serene treetop views.
48. This wet room created by Research + Design in England features plaster walls and limestone floors.
49. With its galvanized steel shower surround and cement floor, this Minneapolis shower by Lands End Development makes a rustic yet chic statement.
50. This Marin County, California, shower includes an industrial shower pipe with a red spigot and a glass shower door on pivots.