One bathroom trend that we are loving is the look of a curbless shower. Most bathrooms have a ledge of several inches that sets the shower area a part from the rest of the bathroom and ensures that water stays within the shower pan. With careful design and construction, you can get rid of the curb. It creates a seamless floor that leaves your bathroom feeling bigger, more modern, and very pretty. Take a look how we have used this beautiful clean look in some of our recent designs.
Recessed Sub Floor with a Glass Door
In our Spanish Modern and Brio Projects, we were able to achieve the clean look of a curbless shower even in small-space bathrooms. The bathroom stays protected from spray through the shower door and construction of the sub floor. Here is a great resource for correctly creating the look.
Strategic Fixture Placement
Becki Owens SC Cove Project
Where you aim your shower head and how much it is able to be adjusted can be a big factor in keeping your shower area water tight. Here, an overhead shower directs water toward the drain.
Doorless Walk-in Bathroom
Our Brio Project master bathroom has plenty of space, allowing for a doorless, walk-in shower. The floor has a traditional slope toward the drain, and the showers footprint is large enough to accommodate the spray.
The curbless shower is a look that other designers and homeowners are loving too. Check out these inspiring bathroom spaces. So good.
We think this is a bathroom update that elevates the design with a crisp modern feel. Is it a trend you can get behind?
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