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 breathtaking outdoor showers are all you need to see to make it happen. From rustic to modern and lush to minimalist, these ideas will leave you inspired.
Discover a private place of paradise to clean up with the best outdoor shower ideas. Explore cool open and privacy enclosure designs.
PILE OF LOGS
This chic outdoor shower in features a wall of cut logs and a shower head installed in a blackened metal overhang.
A pergola overhead, a paint color that matches the home’s trim and a shower-head with a similar finish to that of the outdoor lantern all make this outdoor shower part of the house.
PAIR OF PIPE
There’s great contrast between the natural texture of the pebbled walls and tiled floor and the industrial-size metal spouts.
YARD STONE PATIO
A rinse station for those returning from the beach has become a far more elevated landscape feature thanks to the addition of a shower area screened with diagonally set wood panels.
A corner at the top of a stairway may be the last place you’d expect to see an outdoor shower, but it works well for this sloped backyard. Tall concrete walls conceal the shower from neighbors and work beautifully with the design of the stairway.
A balcony built high atop the mountains features an outdoor shower with lush views of the tropical forest below.
A rock outcropping on this property provides an ideal setting for an outdoor shower. Naturally stunning!
EXTEND INDOOR BATHROOM OUTDOORS
Glass doors that lead to an outdoor shower let in the natural light, while the rock wall provides a stunning view and privacy.
The white plaster walls of this outdoor shower are the essence of whitewashed Mediterranean style.
Since the perk of an outdoor shower is extra time outside, embrace your natural surroundings by incorporating greenery.
RUSTIC RANCH STYLE
Corrugated metal, typical of countryside barns is an excellent material for the backsplash of this outdoor shower. The metal is inexpensive and durable in relation to moisture, and keeps with the farmhouse style of the home.
This outdoor shower strikes a balance between sleek and earthy. A natural boulder set into the shower decking anchors the design.
Adding an outdoor shower is as easy as converting a water hose or spigot into a shower. But that only offers a cold water shower, which may be all you need. Alternately, you can call in a plumber to bring hot water to the spot.