A tropical bathroom is synonym to a zen sanctuary. It usually features a large bathtub or a shower on rocks, bamboo parapets and many plants around. Combine contemporary details with artisan touches and you’ll get the most of it. Natural materials are on top of the list: wood paired with stone and also infusions of greenery will work fantastic. The purpose is to make you feel free and close to nature as much as possible. Thus, they are usually built outside like extensions of the houses and allow the inhabitants the possibility to bath or shower under the sky. If not outside, a tropical bathroom would always feature huge windows and glass walls in order to attract more natural light inside and reduce the need of artificial lighting. Looking for more space? Go for wall-hung furniture and mirrors – the oldest tricks.
Wood is commonly used in tropical bathrooms.
Bamboo is affordable and lasts for a long time.
A vertical green wall can be very dynamic. The panels of plants grow vertically using hydroponics, on structures that can be either free-standing or attached to walls.
This place looks more like a garden than a shower.
A wall of natural stone