Dark, rich stained woods create a bold design statement even in light-happy modern spaces.
This raised platform of wood gives the shower a sturdy, rustic feel.
Paired with tiles and other wood accents, slatted floors fit right in with any decor scheme.
Contrasting a sleek, contemporary aesthetic with the texture of wood creates a calming vibe.
The material also has the uncanny knack of instantly making a bathroom just a bit more sophisticated.
Here, a lighter stained wood floor effortlessly emboldens the ash-colored tilework.
Want that resort-spa feel in your bathroom? The secret is in the wood.
Not all wood has to look equal. This white wood floor perfectly matches its elegant counterparts.
Of course, a few challenges do arise with wood shower floors. Apart from being slippery, wood and constant water don't exactly go hand in hand. That's why it's best to go with tropical woods, like teak, ipe or massaranduba, which are naturally water resistant (though naturally pricier, too).
But, thankfully, a little wood goes a long way and can appear glamorous when done right.
Showers that open to outdoor decking are great spots for wood flooring.
Add a few indoor plants, and a wood-filled shower can quickly become a Zen-like refuge.
Not everything has to be over the top. A smartly chosen wood can work wonders even in modest spaces.
A dark stain, a curved design and no door make this tiny corner shower a standout.
A few wood slats are all that's needed to complete a design-minded minimalist shower.
The material also coordinates wonderfully with colorful tiles.
A wood shower extended to create a pier-recalling walkway turns this bathroom into a small paradise.