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Bathroom with shower and bath: 10 thoughtful examples

Bathroom with shower and bath: 10 thoughtful examples

10 ways to design a bathroom with a shower and a bath © Leroy Merlin

If your bathroom is spacious enough to be able to install a shower and a bathtub, there is no reason to deprive yourself of such comfort! Here are some well thought out examples to fill up with ideas.

Shower or bath, why choose? Dedicated to well-being, the bathroom today must be as functional as it is comfortable. Far from the time when we quickly sent the toilet, it has become a room where we like to spend time, including for pleasure. The bathroom has therefore gradually transformed into a welcoming and warm little cocoon., which we take care to arrange in a practical as well as aesthetic way. Often small, this piece of water sometimes requires ingenuity to optimize the few meters available. But those who have a little more space often ask themselves this thorny question: shower or bathtub? If it had disappeared in favor of a shower, considered more practical (but also eclipsed by the seductive song of the walk-in shower), the bathtub has made a comeback in recent years. Design profile or retro style, original shapes and materials, it has once again become a must-have and proudly sits in our bathrooms. Whether you are a fan of the energizing shower or a lover of a relaxing bath, if the room is suitable, why choose? Having a shower and a bathtub, in particular in a family bathroom but also in a parental suite, in fact offers real comfort. To be convinced, or to fill up with ideas, here are a few well-thought-out examples, where shower and bathtub complement each other and elegantly coexist.

A comfortable bathroom in the attic

A comfortable bathroom under the eaves © GoodHome

Investing in your attic is always a good idea to afford a few extra square meters. Installing a bathroom, independent or adjoining a parental suite, not only allows you to enjoy a bright space, but also a quiet place, away from the hustle and bustle of the house. Perfect for relaxing then.

The idea to copy: we make the best use of the available volumes by wedging the bathtub at the level of the loft to leave more space for the shower cubicle, which thus benefits from the full height.

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A comfortable bathroom in the attic

An elegant and discreet shower

An elegant and discreet shower © Hansgrohe

Elegantly dressed in wood, the bathtub shares space with a shower which also emphasizes aesthetics. It is delimited by a glass wall, but also by a strip of graphic tiling which gives it a real personality. A golden tap completes the set and creates a unit with the basin and the bathtub.

The idea to copy: a glass wall that allows the shower to be separated invisibly. The gaze, and the light, can thus circulate freely in the room, which appears larger.

An elegant and discreet shower

A bathroom that exudes softness

A bathroom that exudes softness © Delpha

This bathroom provides an atmosphere conducive to relaxation. The room, very bright, relies on shades of white and very light gray, warmed by a few notes of wood. Both the tub and the shower stall offer very comfortable dimensions to be comfortable on either side.

The idea to copy: a shower cabin that also blends into the decor for a bathroom that breathes. The white tiling and the glass wall make it possible not to overcrowd the room, which thus retains all its volume.

A bathroom that exudes softness

A cocoon-style bathroom

A cocoon-style bathroom © Leroy Merlin

The bathtub, like the shower, are dressed in a very elegant blue tiling which helps to create an intimate and cozy atmosphere, perfect in a master bedroom.

The idea to copy: an enveloping color that accentuates the cocoon effect in the room. The blue chosen here, soft to the eye, immediately soothes the mind and invites you to enjoy a real moment of relaxation.

A cocoon-style bathroom

A spacious and comfortable bathroom

A spacious and comfortable bathroom © Mobalpa

The generous surface area of ​​this bathroom allows for arrangements that think big. If the freestanding bathtub stands out as the central element of the bathroom, it is completed by a discreet but nevertheless very comfortable shower cubicle, installed at the back of the room.

The idea to copy: comfort also requires storage in sufficient number. This bathroom has therefore opted for long elements that blend harmoniously into the space.

A spacious and comfortable bathroom

A comfortable bathroom

A comfortable bathroom © Lapeyre

This bathroom is organized here around the free-standing bathtub, installed in the center of the room. It also has a large walk-in shower, separated by a large glass wall that blends in perfectly with the decor.

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The idea to copy: an original L-shaped washbasin, cleverly slipped into the corner, which intelligently occupies the space and structures the room.

A comfortable bathroom

A clever family bathroom

A clever family bathroom © Castorama

Spacious without being too big either, this bathroom has managed to fit a tub and a shower stall. The trick: equipment with standard dimensions, which make it possible to create a comfortable room, suitable for everyday family life.

The idea to copy: high storage installed above the bathtub to optimize space as much as possible.

A clever family bathroom

A bathroom full of character

A bathroom full of character © Jacob Delafon

Walk-in shower and freestanding bathtub, this bathroom has also chosen not to choose between the two. We are inspired by it to develop a parental suite for example.

The idea to copy: a decor full of personality. Checkerboard tiling, glass-like shower screen, bathtub warmly dressed in wood … These are all elements that give character to the room.

A bathroom full of character

A practical bathroom

A practical bathroom © Ideal Standard

This bathroom has opted for a very structured plan, where each space is visually well identified: bathtub on one side, walk-in shower on the other and separate vanity top for a well-organized room that emphasizes practicality.

The idea to copy: a few wooden elements (washbasin cabinet, imitation parquet tiles) which bring a little warmth to this bathroom with its clean and geometric lines.

A practical bathroom

A bathroom that invites you to escape

A bathroom that invites you to escape © Acquabella

As in the hotel, this bathroom has taken care of the decor. A large freestanding bathtub sits in the center of the room, matched by an elegant walk-in shower, while a woven fiber suspension and bamboo ladder serving as a towel holder create a decor that invites you to travel. Something to feel on vacation all year round.

The idea to copy: imitation parquet tiles, less fragile than a wooden floor which is difficult to adapt to humidity, for a look that is more real than life.

A bathroom that invites you to escape

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