Rinse off under the sun (or the stars!) in one of these open-air bathrooms. That is, until you replicate these outdoor showers in your own yards. You may not have one in your house yet, but these eighteen breathtaking outdoor showers are all you need to see to make it happen. From rustic to modern and lush to minimalist, click through to get inspired.
Since the perk of an outdoor shower is extra time outside, embrace your natural surroundings by incorporating greenery. Showering outdoors surrounded by palm leaves and foliage for days will make you feel like you're on a tropical vacation—no matter where you actually are.
Use your outdoor shower as a storage unit for your eye-catching surfboard. It'll double as décor when not in use. And use fun tiles for a pop of color.
Even scrubbing the grout on these oversized square tiles seems oddly delightful when this is your view. This baby isn't just for rinsing off—if you want to soak in a bubble bath after a long day at the beach, there's an outdoor freestanding tub for that, too. Life is hard.
To make a striking outdoor shower look even more grand, lay a tile pathway that leads the way. Then hang up wall hooks on the exterior wall so you can display your gorgeous towels, like these Missoni stunners.
This sunlit shower opens onto a private outdoor patio. This indoor/outdoor shower plan is perfect for a house in a region that's cool in the winter and hot during the summers. Or, you know, just for anyone who prefers to dry off naturally.
Imagine coming home to this stone-walled oasis after a day of wine tasting. Or, you could make it a reality by copying the rustic Tuscan vibes of this dreamy outdoor shower.
Swap doors for lush greenery to take full advantage of the fresh, open air. To incorporate a more modern element, opt for a sleek, modern shower-head like this one.
Why have a regular bath if you can have an outdoor bath? If you have an enclosed courtyard, turn it into a bathroom meets greenhouse meets living room sanctuary like the one above. It's like going to a spa without having to leave the house.
The shower in this Kenyan home has us dreaming of the. You may not be able to match that view, but you can take a few notes from the sculptural wall, thatched roof, and high shower head.
Outdoor showers are the perfect candidates for shower plants and water-friendly décor. We love how this one sits up against a black painted exterior wall for an edgier vibe, too.
Why choose between an indoor and outdoor shower when you can have both at the same time? Only a glass wall separates the indoor shower on the left from the outdoor shower on the right. So you can take couple showers or play musical showers.
Just because it's outdoors doesn't mean it has to be coastal. The outdoor shower in this Hawaiian home brings the drama with its black paint and brass hardware. The lattice fence makes the light trickle in beautifully, too.
Having a ledge to sit on or prop up a leg in the shower makes everything easier. With wall hooks for towels and a place to lean up a surfboard, this is the ultimate place to rinse off after a day of riding the Malibu waves.
This outdoor shower strikes the perfect balance between rustic roots and modern style. You can actually see the ocean from the shower. Oh, and the sky too, thanks to that oversized skylight. Talk about bringing the outdoors in.
Your outdoor shower doesn't need to have a tons of bells and whistles to be beautiful. Keep things au natural and rustic.
This shower is open to the outdoors on just one side, so you don't feel totally on display as you rinse off.
If you just want a shower to rinse off before coming inside after a beach day, keep it exposed. This SoCal outdoor shower is mounted above a patio facing the beach. Dream of Californication.
Make your outdoor country chic with shingles and a fence for a door. This will also create a sense of privacy, even though there's no overheard cover.