If you live in a warm enough climate, consider opening up your bathroom to the outdoors. Why? Because open-air lavatories look really cool and always smell fresh.
The only design flaw with this beach bathroom is: OMG THERE’S SAND EVERYWHERE!!!
Photo: Constance Lemuria Seychelles
Above is a hotel suite bathroom in the five-star Constance Lémuria Seychelles, one of the most exclusive resorts in the Indian Ocean.
The best part about open-air bathrooms are their self-cleaning properties, provided, of course, that it rains on occasion.
The concept of an unprotected balcony bathtub is as thrilling as it is precarious.
Created by Italian bathroom design company Zuchetti, this free standing tub and wall-mounted faucet is known as the Geo 180.
Photo: Six Senses
This wooden bathroom in Vietnam’s luxury Six Senses Ninh Van Bay Hotel may not technically be outdoors, but it’s rugged enough for this list.
Photo: Beverly Molfino
One of six bathrooms at Hale Ku Mana in Honolulu, a 10,056-square-foot private residence that was recently on the market for $13.5 million.
Photo: Interiors Addict
The rain shower head complements the bathroom’s rainforest foliage.
What you’d expect to find in the Flintstones’ outdoor bathroom.
If your uncovered WC is part of a beachside property, it would be weird if it didn’t have a nautical theme.
The swinging shutters and glass-bottom tub expose this bathroom to its tropical surroundings. Previously featured in our roundup of the best bathtubs.
From our top 7 shower design series, this exposed shower invites the outdoors in by way of a windowless skylight. On rainy days, bathers get to enjoy a dual shower head experience.
Wave to passing cruise ships as you lather up in this stone shower.
Want more open-air rooms? These 15 outdoor living spaces will take your breath away.