Modern Shower Fixtures That Fall Into A Class Of Their Own
Just like the kitchen, the bathroom is the room where modern fixtures feel right at home. A simple and clean design with minimalist lines and structures is exactly what this space needs to feel fresh and to look chic. Shower fixtures come in a wide variety of designs, with numerous interesting systems and accessories. Here are 10 such examples.
The new Bougies collection of stainless steel shower heads by Peter Jamieson for Ritmonio introduces a really interesting idea. Each of the shower heads in the collection also doubles as a shelf. You can use that small surface to display candles, scented sticks or a moisture-loving plant.
Aquavolo from Bossini, is a wall-mounted stainless steel shower head with a futuristic design. It has a horizontal rotating panel that delivers two different sprays so you can enjoy your shower either as rainfall or as a waterfall.
A similar concept was adopted by Massimiliano Settimelli for the Air shower head. Its multi-functional design allows water to fall as a rain shower, a waterfall or both. The stainless shower head would beautifully complement a spa-like bathroom designed with natural materials.
The Gaia shower head comes as a ceiling-mounted fixture with a simple, modern and sleek design. The colored LED lights give it a really cool look. This is a fixture designed by Paolo Bertarelli and it too offers the waterfall and rain shower options.
Stainless steel is not the only material that can give shower heads a modern and minimalistic design. The Terra Marique by Rare shows us that wood that be a stunning alternative. The design is simple and straightforward with a natural charm. A steel core lets the water pass through silicone tubes without damaging the wood.
The Sensory Sky shower head by Dornbracht invites you to get closer to nature without actually being outdoors. The nature-inspired shower allows you to experience water in various forms including light rain, storm or even fog. Its design is complete with light and scent and everything is controlled via a digital display.
The modern and innovative design of the Closer shower heads gives it great flexibility. The user can orient the cascading water in any desired direction. A cylindrical counterweight keeps the shower head stable. This design from Zucchettikos has an adjustable arm and a dynamic look and simple aesthetic.
Now let’s move on to shower panels. This one is called Skidoo and was designed by Carlo Colombo in 2011. it has a simple and alluring shape and a sculptural design that allows it to become a subtle addition to modern and contemporary bathrooms.
Ametis is a futuristic shower panel inspired by water and color. It’s part of a collection designed by Davide Oppizzi for GRAFF. Its continuous lines offer it a fluid and smooth look allowing the fixture to easily blend in and to stand out at the same time.
The Boma shower panel comes from Imago Design. It was conceived as a stylish fixture for small bathrooms, designed to increase the freedom of movement is limited spaces without sacrificing beauty or style. The design is minimal, with soft curves and a graceful shape.