Showering outdoors is a unique experience that does not leave you indifferent. We offer you a few ideas from around the world so you can create your own space in your home. If you have a garden, patio or terrace any of these ideas will be great.
This example comes from the hotel Villa Des Indes in Bali and is based on a mixture of traditional decoration of that country. Stone and vegetation are the key elements.
Also from Bali comes the next proposal that places us in another hotel in the area, the Chandra Villa. With a more modern and modern style, it is worth mentioning the use of gravel and wood decorated with ideograms within a minimalist space.
This outdoor bathroom is located in the Villa Maridadi hotel in Bali. A proposal that combines all the typical elements of a bathroom in an outdoor location. Part is covered by a wooden roof.
Another Balinese proposal with decoration based on stone, both natural and carved. A very elegant and stately idea.
On the other hand, this proposal made in concrete takes us to a more sober and current space.
Areias Do Seixo is a charming hotel located in Portugal and offers an outdoor space that includes a shower area and outdoor fireplace. In addition to offering us a space of rest under an olive tree.
A double shower in a space that combines the use of concrete with wood and all surrounded by water and plants.
This outdoor shower is made entirely with wood except for a small part covered in stone plate. It includes a tree inclined in one of the corners.
In Mauritius we find this road that leads under a classic shower. A very natural proposal.
Another interesting proposal that combines the use of stone, slate in this case, with a tropical style vegetation.
A thick frond framing this original bathtub located under a large rain shower.
An outdoor shower, when you have it in your home, should be a simple and easy to clean and always keep in order. Here we have a simple proposal that can fit into virtually any current decorative style.
This outdoor shower located in Birmingham takes advantage of just part of the outside wall of the garden.
A minimalist outdoor shower does not need many elements. A base of gravel or boulder plus a concrete slab are sufficient. Here also a bathtub in gresite has been included.
This modern outdoor shower benefits from a sober and minimalist environment and especially from the fantastic palm trees outside.
This outdoor shower in Macari, Italy, shows us how to prevent the typical mud and dirt problems. Concrete gravel and plates plus a wooden base for the shower will keep us from getting our feet dirty every time we use it.
Spell Designs has designed an original outdoor bathroom area. For this he has used a striking bathtub painted in pink on a white stone floor. A DIY proposal daring but very easy to carry out.
The Loop shower is a proposal that will fit in any current decoration. Combine different jets of water for a unique experience.