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Master Bath without a tub | Big showers in new homes for 2019

Posted by Stanton Homes on Mon, Oct 22, 2018 @ 21:10 PM
2019 New Home Trends: Master Baths with No Tub - Big shower for the Owners Bath
 
"Take out the tub - make a bigger shower."
 
That's the number one request we're seeing for custom modifications to 2019 master bathrooms for custom homes in the Triangle region of North Carolina.
 
Take a look at these examples (and click on the photos to see the rest of the home).

 

Big Shower in the Master Bath - Layout #1

 

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The master bathroom in the Dahlberg includes an enlarged shower with a built in tile bench.

The oversized shower has two shower heads.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Big Shower in the Master Bath - Layout #2

In the Lake House, the master bathroom includes an enlarged shower with two shower heads     and a tile bench seat. The separated vanities are divided by a reduced height make-up desk.

No Tub in Master Bath | 2017 New Home Trends

Instead of a tub, this oversized shower has two shower heads:

No Tub in Master Bath | 2017 New Home Trends

 

Big Shower in the Master Bath - Layout #3

 

The big shower in the Maple Lane master bath has plenty of room for two - yet is a space saver, tucked into the corner. Opaque glass adds privacy.

Big Shower in the Master Bath - Layout #4

 

The Sherri master bath has a comfortable appeal, with soft color choices, classic cabinetry, and a big shower suitable for two.

No Tub in Master Bath | 2017 New Home Trends

 

Big Shower in the Master Bath - Layout #5

The Elk Point master bath has a huge, wide open shower with multiple shower heads and high tile that is replicated across the room.

 

Big Shower in the Master Bath - Layout #6

Roll in wheelchair accessible shower. Grab bars. Tile soap trays.

 

The Firebird is loaded with grab bars and lots of space to move around - a great aging-in-place design.

  •  Big Shower in the Master Bath - Layout #7

The Judson, a wheelchair accessible home, is a great example of just how big and open a shower can be in a custom home. We're getting requests for this kind of wide open access to the shower for homes that do not require any special accommodations.

Big Shower in the Master Bath - Layout #8

 

More master bathrooms are going "no tub" - like this shower only en suite bath.

The New River House big shower has a built in bench, with a shape that tapers to allow as much floor space inside and out as possible in a smaller bathroom.

Big Shower in the Master Bath - Layout #9

Coordinating colors with a custom tile treatment makes this huge shower even more fun, in the Oak Lane master bath. 

 

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10 Top Shower Designs Without a Door [From North Carolina Custom Homes]

Posted by Penny Hull on Fri, May 01, 2015 @ 13:05 PM

10 Showers without a door:

Open concept designs have spread into the master ensuite bath -- with doorless entry tile showers. See photos of 10 walk-in shower designs inside recently completed new homes in the Chapel Hill, NC area.

Here are some popular features you'll see inside these open concept master bathrooms:

  • Archways, alcoves, and vaulted ceilings
  • Built-in seating and storage cubbies
  • Floor-to-ceiling tile
  • Wheelchair accessible features
  • Aging in place design


Open Concept Showers:

Each en suite master shower has no door. Some designs reflect recent trends towards contemporary home design; others are deceptively utilitarian. Can you tell which doorless showers are wheelchair accessible, and which are not?

Showers Without a Door # 1: Place your Tub Inside the Shower

A freestanding tile tub is integrated into the base of this open concept his and hers shower. 

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Showers Without a Door #2:

A doorless shower and freestanding copper tub alcove rest side-by-side in this luxury craftsman custom home.

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Showers Without a Door #3: Wainscot Wall Divider

A white wainscoting wall plays peek-a-book with this contemporary tile shower without a door.

Walk in Shower | No Door Shower

Showers Without a Door #4

This doorless shower stretches across the entire bathroom wall - with his and hers shower heads on each end.

Two Person Shower Design | Master Showers Built for Two

Showers Without a Door #5

This shower offers a bit more privacy, with an arched doorway that leads to a corridor-style shower interior (which also features his and hers shower heads).

Doorless Showers | Showers without a Door

Showers Without a Door #6

Compact bathrooms can save space - without sacrificing an open concept feel - with a doorless shower desgin.

Showers without a Door | No Door Shower Design

Showers Without a Door #7

A corner shower has no door in this contemporary master en suite bath.

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Showers Without a Door #8

The shower and tub layout make efficient use of space in this master bath. The shower is wide open, soaking up the reflected natural light.

Two Person Shower Design | Master Showers Built for Two

Showers Without a Door #9

A rain shower head unfolds from the ceiling, and a hand-held shower head extends from the tile shower walls.

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Showers Without a Door #10

The tub and shower have their own alcoves -- with archway openings -- in this master suite bath.

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What do you love about these master en suite baths, and what would you modify?

Here are more Raleigh custom homes with large showers in the master bath:


Showers Without a Door - and Other Open Concept Ideas:

Are massive showers a must-have, or would you rather use that square footage somewhere else? Do you love open concept plans or prefer homes with more traditional aspects?

Click here to contact Stanton Homes or call 919-278-8070 to talk about the custom home you want to design and build.



 

Tags: Master Bath Trends, shower design ideas, Master Showers Built for Two

12 Showers with a Built In Bench | NC New Home Builder

Posted by Penny Hull on Mon, Oct 27, 2014 @ 10:10 AM

Showers with a Seat

How to Build a Bench Into Your Tile Shower

Shower benches are a popular request for NC new custom homes with tile showers.

Whether you want a simple perch or a massive seat, you'll get ideas from these 12 Stanton Home tile showers.

Shower Bench Idea #1: Large Angled Bench

The shape and size of your bench will depend on the footprint of your shower.

This shower is extra wide, with plenty of space for an angled bench tucked into one corner. A his and her shower head is located at each end of the shower.

Showers with a Bench | Tile Shower Seat

Shower Bench Idea #2: Bench and Storage Shelf Combo

If the tub and shower sit side-by-side, consider extending the tub deck into the shower. This will create a shampoo shelf and offer a space to integrate a small tile seat.

This configuration works well in smaller showers.

Showers with a Bench | Tile Shower Seat

Shower Bench Idea #3: Shaving Ledge

In this dual shower head design, the angled seat sits low on the wall, perfect as a leg shaving ledge.

It also leaves more leg room in the shower.

Showers with a Bench | Tile Shower Seat

Shower Bench Idea #4: Custom Tile Bench

This shower features four types of tile - from mini mosaic to pebble - creating a spa retreat feel with whites, greys, and blues.

With two built-in storage niches, this shower seat is reserved for sitting!

Showers with a Bench | Tile Shower Seat

Shower Bench Idea #5: Space to Spread Out

This shower bench extends the full length of the shower, leaving no gap between the tile wall and glass enclosure.

Showers with a Bench | Tile Shower Seat

Shower Bench Idea #6: Aging in Place Shower

Grab bars - an aging in place and ADA design feature - make the use of this shower bench safer.

Whether or not you're planning ahead, grab bars can be a smart addition to any large shower.

Showers with a Bench | Tile Shower Seat

Shower Bench Idea #7: Wash Station Bench

In this two shower head design, one adjustable height shower head was placed beside the bench - making rinsing off and shaving easier.

Showers with a Bench | Tile Shower Seat

Shower Bench Idea #8: Free Standing Bench

You can tuck away large toiletries, below this free standing shower seat.

A long window adds natural light to this shower, another aging in place recommendation.

Showers with a Bench | Tile Shower Seat

Shower Bench Idea #9: Thin Shower Bench

A thin shower bench leaves more open space in this small shower design. Thin benches are best used as a balance point, rather than a seating area.

Showers with a Bench | Tile Shower Seat

Shower Bench Idea #10: Solid Top Seat

This solid seat top requires even less cleaning - with no grout lines.

Showers with a Bench | Tile Shower Seat

Shower Bench Idea #11: Small Shower Bench

Even a small alcove shower can become more functional with a built in bench.

Showers with a Bench | Tile Shower Seat 

Shower Bench Idea #12: Bench for an Extra Long Shower

Benches are a practical addition to showers that are much longer than they are wide - with plenty of space at the opposite end of the shower head.

Showers with a Bench | Tile Shower Seat

Contact Stanton Homes to learn more about building a custom home in North Carolina. 

More 2014 Raleigh new home design trends and master bath trends:

11 Top Showers for Raleigh new homes

Best tile shower designs - more master bathroom tile trends

Tile tub ideas that complement our top five custom home showers

Top five custom home showers - types of framed shower enclosures 

Accessible shower design - for wheelchair accessible homes

 

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