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    Great small bathroom. double shower heads. want it! Love the style sink allows for a full drawer under.

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    Who wouldn't love this shower tucked under the eaves? | Photo: Eric Roth | thisoldhouse.com

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    I sell so many of these shower enclosures every day..wonder if I'll ever have one of my own some day :)

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    Bathroom idea

    Shower under the eaves

    Even the smallest of bathrooms can be a serene space with the right planning, beautiful fixtures, and soft colours (such as CIL Ivory Coast 40YY 64/165). #CILserenity --------------- Même la plus petite des salles de bain peut être synonyme de grande sérénité avec une disposition réfléchie, une finition soignée et des couleurs douces, par exemple la nuance Côte d’Ivoire (40YY 64/165) de CIL. #CILserenity

    "Before" looks very much like our current bathroom. Will be doing our way more modern, but liked the before shots from reference,

    A subway-tiled shower enclosed with frameless glass makes for a functional and unfussy bath for teens. | Photo: Michael J. Lee | thisoldhouse.com

    best large shower design idea

    Add a walk-in shower that enhances a small bathroom's usefulness and beauty. This shower stands out in a simply furnished bath, thanks to its distinctively tiled walls and river-rock-tiled floor that are easily seen through a frameless glass shower enclosure. The glass enclosure stair-steps up a marble frame, highlighting the shower bench and a toiletry shelf that aligns with the beaded-board wainscoting's upper trim.

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    The design of this shower gets back to nature. A rain-style showerhead gives the feel of a springtime shower, and the glass enclosure minimizes splashing from the showerhead. A pebble floor and slate wall tiles add more natural elements to the bathroom. River stones are used in the shower and as a border around the freestanding tub to designate wet floor space.