Rinse off under the sun (or the stars!) in one of these open-air bathrooms. You may not have one in your house yet, but if you can dream it, you can do it.
Showering outdoors surrounded by palm leaves and foliage for days will make you feel like you're on a tropical vacation—no matter where you actually are.
This is the ultimate place to rinse off after a day of riding the Malibu waves.
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Just because it's outdoors doesn't mean it has to be coastal. The outdoor shower in this Hawaiian home brings the drama with its black paint and brass hardware.
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Brass Shower Head, $82, wayfair.com
This sunlit shower opens onto a private outdoor patio. You know, just in case you want to dry off naturally.
Imagine coming home to this stone-walled oasis after a day of wine tasting. Can you even?!
The shower in this Kenyan home has us dreaming of the Serengenti. You may not be able to match that view, but you can take a few notes from the rustic walls and thatched roof.
You can actually see the ocean from the shower. Oh, and the sky too, thanks to that oversized skylight. Talk about bringing the outdoors in.
Only a glass wall separates the indoor shower on the left from the outdoor shower on the right. Now that's hot.
This shower is open to the outdoors on just one side, so you don't feel totally on display as you rinse off.
Even scrubbing the grout on these oversized square tiles seems oddly delightful when this is your view. This baby isn't just for rinsing off — if you want to soak in a bubble bath after a long day at the beach, there's an outdoor freestanding tub for that, too. Life is hard.
This SoCal outdoor shower is mounted above a patio facing the beach. Dream of Californication.