Showers can be a terribly scare place. Not just because of the reminder of Alfred Hitchcock’s infamous Psycho Shower scene, but purely because of design. Slab showers are such an incredible way to incorporate a natural design element and take your bathroom from generic to one of a kind.
Elizabeth Strianese created this amazingly serene design with white tile surround and a book matched Violet Onyx focal wall in the shower. Then, she added the gold fixtures that make this shower modern and overly stylish.
This onyx viola, that is used in this shower, is giving a full range of texture. It almost resembles a topographical map. Which fits, because this shower is actually a part of a luxury floating house in Seattle that was designed by Conrad Romano.
This master bathroom is true luxury and style. Ian Stalling created a masterpiece out of this San Francisco condo. The shower walls are coated in Grigio Monte marble, and the sink boasts some kind of Calacatta. Regardless, the shower is not only high end but a little edgy and spooky, and we just love it.