5 Shower Design Ideas for Your Bathroom

A separate rustic-style bathtub and walk-in shower featuring a wood wall in a manufactured home.

From a walk-in design to a bathroom with a separate tub and shower, we share our top shower picks to inspire you to create a relaxing oasis in your Clayton Built® home.

When it comes to imagining your dream bathroom, you probably picture a spa-like oasis with all of the amenities. Maybe you picture a relaxing soaker bathtub, or maybe your ideal space has a large walk-in shower with a rainfall showerhead. At Clayton, we offer something for everyone, including when it comes to your new home’s primary bathroom. Below, we share our 5 favorite shower options that we offer in many of our manufactured and modular home models to help you find your dream shower design.

A manufactured home primary bathroom with a glass shower, a vanity and a standalone bathtub in the corner with two large windows.

1. Glass Shower Door

Not only does a glass shower door look sleek and elegant, like in the Country Aire model pictured above, it also means you don’t have to deal with a damp, moldy shower curtain. A glass shower door will fit seamlessly in your spa-like bathroom design and it’s easy to clean – we recommend using a window squeegee after every shower to help prevent water spots.

And, if you like the look of a glass shower door but want more of a modern feeling, a frameless glass shower door is also a great choice. The Taylor home model features a shower with two large pieces of glass on chrome hardware that gives it a trendy style.

A manufactured home primary bathroom with a double-sink vanity and a large walk-in tile shower with a half-glass enclosure.

2. Walk-In Shower

A walk-in shower doesn’t have a door – you simply just step right into the nice, hot water. The open design of a shower like this one from the 3328 Classic model is reminiscent of your favorite tropical resort bathroom and feels more like an extension of your space, helping everything seem more open and inviting.

A manufactured home primary bathroom with a double-sink vanity and a large private shower

3. Private Shower

But maybe you do prefer a completely private shower. We have that option too, like in the 3545 Jackson model. This type of shower typically has a glass door leading to a large, enclosed area you can often customize to fit your style with different stone or ceramic tile.


4. Shower Window

If you like the idea of integrating a shower room into your primary bathroom, but still want some of the openness of a traditional shower, a window is a great option, like the one in the St. Augustine home model. It allows you to have plenty of privacy but still gives you a glimpse into the rest of the bathroom.

A manufactured home primary bathroom with a large walk-in tile shower and a separate soaking bathtub in the corner.

5. Separate Bath and Shower

If you want the best of both worlds, you can have that too with a separate bathtub and walk-in shower option, like in the St. Croix model. This gives a truly spa-like feel to your bathroom and you’ll have the option to enjoy a relaxing bath when you need it or a nice shower for when you need to quickly get ready for the day.

With a Clayton Built® home, you have many options when it comes to personalizing your primary bathroom, and every other room. To help you find your own dream bathroom, check out some of our favorite designs on our Get Inspired page.

If you already have a home and are looking to renovate, choose a design that fits your style, or if you’re looking for a new manufactured or modular home, ask a Clayton home consultant about what options you have when customizing your home!

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