By Becky Harris, Houzz Contributer
Enhance an open-air shower with amenities and style upgrades from the all-essential towel hook to total landscape integration, an ideal upgrade for your lakefront home.
My earliest outdoor shower experiences involved a small wooden surround attached to a simple rental cottage on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. In spite of the facts that the soap usually slid under the stall walls into the yard and there was always the danger of a sibling snatching my towel away as a practical joke, I could not be persuaded to use the indoor option. Rinsing off the sand and seaweed underneath the open sky was exhilarating.
While an outdoor shower setup as simple as a curtain and a showerhead can be very enjoyable, there are a lot of ways to spruce up an outdoor shower’s aesthetics and comfort. Here are 14 suggestions for both:
1. Carve a niche in the wall. A shower niche will keep your supplies close at hand. This one even has a bit of playful peekaboo going on, as it is open to the other side of the stall.
2. Help the shower stall blend with the house via architectural elements. A pergola overhead, a paint color that matches the home’s trim and a showerhead with…
See original article and ALL 14 design ideas HERE.
Posted by Scott Freerksen “The Lake Guy”