Showers can be a scary place. Not just because we are constantly reminded of Alfred Hitchcock’s infamous Psycho Shower scene, but purely due to terrifying design. Stone showers are such an incredible way to incorporate a unique natural element into a typical, boring bathroom.
Elizabeth Strianese designed this incredibly serene shower with white tiles surrounding the main wall and a bookmatched Violet Onyx focal point inside the shower. The gold hardware and fixtures give this shower a modern and chic look.
A Map of The Ocean
Striking bookmatched Black Cloud Onyx, as seen in the shower below, is providing this bathroom with a wide range of color and texture. It almost resembles a topographical map, which seems fitting, since this shower is actually part of a luxury floating house in Seattle, designed by Conrad Romano.
Dark and Daring
This dark, masculine master bathroom is a true example of 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 a bright Calacatta. This space is not only high end, but also a little edgy and spooky, and we absolutely love it.