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Shower enclosure: 10 styles to adopt for a modern bathroom

Shower enclosure: 10 styles to adopt for a modern bathroom

1. A shower cubicle like a canopy


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We hardly find more modern or more trendy than workshop glass shower cabin with its black uprights to give style to the bathroom… or to think of yourself as an artist in the shower. With its original and contemporary look combining glass and metal, this is THE cabin we dream of in a white interior, combined with touches of wood and plants to warm up the atmosphere!

2. A natural shower cabin in white and wood


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If by definition the modern shower cabin is not necessarily natural, it only takes a few things to give the impression. With glass walls and almost invisible uprights, the cabin can be overlooked to reveal the wall covering behind it… wood effect tiling or exotic wood paneling for the chalet look, everything is allowed. And for the refined finish, we sublimate the shower tray with a matching plinth!

3. A concrete framed shower enclosure


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Another essential of the trend, the special waxed concrete for bathrooms can enhance a simple shower enclosure. The secret ? Opt for metallized uprights, insert the shower in a concrete case, recall the coating everywhere in the bathroom and above all, avoid overdose with tips of light wood, chevron tiles and white to boost the brightness.

4. A designer shower cabin with black uprights


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Yes, we can adopt the industrial shower cabin without necessarily choosing the glass version. With black amounts rather than silver, the effect is just as successful, the shower just as modern but the result lighter. Especially since the vertical uprights accentuate the impression of height, a golden tip in a small white bathroom or with a marble covering and a few touches of wood… as always, to warm up!

5. A discreet shower cabin to enhance the tiling


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White, glass, delicate stainless steel finishes and a discreet shower tray, that's how to sublimate a refined wall covering. With graphic and textured tile sets in light tones, we create a modern bathroom with a contemporary shower cabin as discreet as it is elegant. Our favorite ? The touches of black for contrast, the round mirror to break the rigor of the tiles and the suspended vanity unit for lightness!

6. A cylindrical shower enclosure to install


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Why absolutely seek install the shower enclosure in a corner? There are all-in-one models to ask with a cylindrical shape as original as practical, perfect for a long bathroom or a large volume. The icing on the pommel, these cabins are design, and to draw the spaces, we can not recommend that the graphic area behind the shower cabin!

7. An elongated corner shower cabin with stainless steel effect


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When you run out of space in the bathroom, you can always slide a narrow shower enclosure in a corner. If in addition, it combines a white drip tray with chrome finishes, a very comfortable tap including shower and rain sky, a large comfortable door and a marble or concrete effect wall tile, as much to say that the result is a decorative model modern.

8. A minimalist single wall shower enclosure


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A shower tray in a corner, a single glass wall fixed to the wall and connected to the other by a simple bar, that's the secret of the minimalist shower cabin. Guaranteed contemporary effect in a white and wooden bathroom, with a special mention for the ultra-trendy large round mirror and for the equally undeniable raw wood vanity unit… which can even be made in DIY house under a basin to put !

9. A rounded corner shower enclosure


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Small bathroom, attic bathroom, quirky bathroom? We think of the rounded corner shower enclosure which sneaks everywhere to optimize space, but in a design version, please. Curved wall, elongated glass sections and chrome finishes, that shines a very white decor between metro wall tiles, clean lines and large minimalist mirror. Any more details? The black touch of floor tiles for modernity!

10. A luminous glass and metal shower cabin


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No need to make it too complicated for a modern and design shower cabin, success sometimes lies in subtlety. With a clean glass model and stainless steel uprights, everything depends on the materials! Glass and metal, a modern combo with an industrial spirit that is always a hit in a bathroom with soft tones in gray and beige, stone and light wood. And as a bonus, the shower reflects the light!