We’ve rounded up some of the most inspiring outdoor bathroom ideas that can be installed anywhere around your home and garden.
1. The basics
An outdoor bathroom doesn’t have to be large and fancy. As you can see here, all you need is a carport-like structure, a concrete slab with a drain, somewhere to hang a towel and a shower head.
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2. Poolside bathroom
This particular outdoor bathroom can be easily incorporated into a niche or alcove of a property and will avoid tracked in sand or wet footprints on your floor. All you need is lockable barn doors for privacy, lighting, tiled floors with drainage, a basin for washing hands and a shower. Stick to all white and timber for a rustic feel.
3. In the garden
An outdoor bathroom can be as complex or as simple as you like. For those who just need a place to wash away sand and beach debris, affix a basic shower head to a fence or pole, and finish with a small concrete or timber platform. Bonus points if you have large foliage plants that can provide camouflage.
4. Courtyard convenience
If you’re one of the lucky few who can access the beach via your garden or courtyard, then this type of outdoor shower is the one for you. Pick a rust-resistant rain shower with elegant lines and team it with minimal stone columns, a pebble-filled courtyard space and flat stepping stones.
5. Outdoor style
Perfect for both poolside parties and beach bums, an outdoor shower made from a timber platform, vintage showerhead, and hooks for towels and swimmers covers all the essentials, without requiring too much construction.
6. Living in Luxury
If money is no object and you quite enjoy living in the lap of luxury, then you can’t go past a minimalist-inspired outdoor bathroom that boasts both an oversized bathtub and a rain shower. Raw stone, marble and lush foliage necessary.
7. Private oasis
For those who live in a remote location with plenty of privacy and breathtaking views, then a luxurious outdoor bath might the ticket for you.
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