30 Stunning Outdoor Shower Spaces That Take You To Urban Paradise

30 Stunning Outdoor Shower Spaces That Take You To Urban Paradise

Remember the Seychelles, where cobbled paths led to a tree-lined shower? Or that hotel in the Philippines, where the presenter showed a bath, lotus pool and sink area covered in lush forest? Create a cleansing haven of your own, with these fifty outdoor shower spaces for inspiration. Take a rainforest shower over polished wood decking, watering flower beds simultaneously. Sip a glass of wine in an armchair before washing, watching the fire roar and warm the area beside you. Look out through a window to the place where you soak, with an outdoor ensuite. Get inspired while you wash with these fifty opulent, outdoor shower spaces.

Villa Belong

Get that spiritual feeling during your morning cleanse. Villa Belong Dua in Bali boasts ivy-covered walls, a stone plinth and platform and a mystical tree sprouting out of its bathroom. A stone statue of Buddha adds a final accent.

Source: Villa Belong Dua, Bali

Banyan Tree

Travel to Banyan Tree in the Seychelles, to experience a shower that looks like a trebuchet. Gushing from a wooden pipe on a triangular tower, this shower waters the plants, the tiles, and you.

Source: Banyan Tree, Seychelles

Des Indes Bali

Experience a sanctuary all your own in Bali’s Villa Des Indes. Intricate, traditional patterns engrave the soap and shampoo holder; a bevy of draping ferns and Buddhist court dancer add a touch of the mystical.

Source: Villa Des Indes, Bali

Karma Cantik

After a less-pebbled look? This white fixture complete with latticed wooden drainage sprays a rainforest shower that lives up to its name.

Source: Villa Karma Cantik

Blasting Shower

For a shower that could be replicated at home, this Australian creation proves a winner. Make a clearing along your pebbled pathway to house a large urn, rhododendrons and a full, sand-blasting shower.

Photographer: Andre MartinVia: Beach House Life + StyleSource: Australian House & Garden, Sanctuary

Bamboo Shower

Find an outdoor stone platform to cleanse your form upon. Opening through a gorgeous bamboo thicket, this fern and flower retreat uses wood and concrete to take your shower full blast.

Photographer: Dennis Anderson


Get amongst the greenery with this tropical stone shower. Set atop a lawn with a pebble-lined platform, you can literally smell the freshness from surrounding fauna.

Source: Villa Bugis

Bathroom Semi-Exterior

Why not bring the whole bathroom semi-exterior? This tiled enclave in Bali’s Sarinbuana Eco Lodge features potted plants, a stone wall, toilet and shower upon its tiled floor.

Source: Sarinbuana Eco Lodge, Bali

Atas Ombak

Source: Villa Atas Ombak

Twisted trees greet the eye, through this bathroom’s beautifully-detailed doors. A stone urn in the centre grounds this room of ivy-covered posts and walls, while a single stream of water bathes customers to the left.

Atas Ombak Shower Outdoor

Source: Villa Atas Ombak

Surrounded by open-slat windows, stone walls and a bath filled with petals, this outdoor shower is the definition of retreat. Wash two sets of hands in its standing bowls, alongside a marble statue, frangipani-filled vase and rolled hand towels. Take a bath looking up at the forest, or a shower amongst plants embedded in stone.

Maridadi’s approach

To create a more relaxed feel, try Villa Maridadi’s approach. Take a marbled corner wall and add a stone-clad shower plinth, wooden dresser, standing basins and an easel hanging towels.

Source: Villa Maridadi, Bali

Bali Lani

Source: Bali Lani

Bathe with Balinese dancers in this stone-walled shower sanctuary. Framed by the tall trees of the outside world, polished black stones create an entrance to a pod full of plants.


For those desiring a truly private shower, shroud it in high concrete walls. Give it an edge with borders etched in the standing plinth and wall.

Source: Selasar Villa, Bali

Bali’s Five Elements 

Bali’s Five Elements has built a truly tropical paradise. Lined with bamboo walls and an unusual oval mirror, varnished wooden floors lead to a shower headed by a thatched roof. Patches of stony path, cane furniture, trees and fernery polish off the look.

Source: Five Elements, Bali

Chandra Villa shower

Source: Janni Delér

Janni Delér designed another Chandra Villa shower. Based off circular geometric discs, this one-piece wooden fixture cleanses your body beside hanging ferns and a tree. A leaning towel rail adds functional interest.

Maya Ubud

Source: Maya Ubud Resort

Take a romantic shower for two in this joint stone shower. Two rainforest heads meet wooden panelling on the floor and sides, for a shower that makes you feel jungle-bound.

The Guardian

Via: The Guardian

See your shower wall literally burst with life. Place a simple varnished plinth upon a bed of stones, for a shower that takes you closer to nature.

Wood Outdoor Shower

Photographer: Hanh Merriman

Prefer the stream to come direct? This brick and plaster creation meets a wooden deck laden with ferns and cleansing trinkets.


Source: Calistoga Ranch

For a man-made look, take a leaf out of this ranch’s shower. Housing a sloping tree within its panelled wooden walls, a sliver of tiling marks the space for a downpour.


Source: One & Only Le Saint Géran, Mauritius

Half indoor, half-outdoor, this shower in Mauritius lets water fall down a stony path. Framed by stone seating and potted flora, enter the garden or the room through matching wooden doors.

Judy Shower

Source: Realtor

Judy Blume sure loved her outdoor showers. A different setting in the same location, take her shower upon a wooden plinth between the trees.

Rainforest Shower

Designer: Madeline Stuart Photographer: Roger Davies Via: Architectural Digest

Feel floral after your morning shower, amidst a bed of roses. A rainforest head pours down to a deck laden with pots and a French metal door.


Visualizer: Viz Pix Studio

Increase your indoor-outdoor flow by removing your bathroom door. This perfectly-preened bathroom walks you to a wooden-plank pool and seat amongst the greenery.

Outdoor Establishments

Designer: Outdoor Establishments

Make your outdoor shower easy to clean. This wood and tile fixture meets potted shrubs and a hedge, for soap suds that can literally be hosed away.


Source: Birmingham Home & Garden

Create a natural oasis along your fence. This Birmingham outdoor shower features shrubbery beside a classic rainforest shower head.

Banyan Tree

Source: Banyan Tree, Seychelles

Travel to Banyan Tree in the Seychelles, to experience a shower that looks like a trebuchet. Gushing from a wooden pipe on a triangular tower, this shower waters the plants, the tiles, and you.

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