5 Bathroom Shower Design Ideas for Your Home

Looking for a unique shower design idea for your manufactured or modular home primary bathroom? Check out these top 5 shower designs from Clayton!

April showers bring May flowers, right? These five shower design ideas for your manufactured or modular home bathroom are not the only ways showers can be designed in your home but are a few great picks from the Clayton collection!

Amenities in your primary bathroom shower matter, and whether you’re looking for a luxurious spa oasis with a rainfall showerhead, all-in-one shower and bathtub combo or a private shower, Clayton offers something for everyone.

Check out these five popular shower designs available in many of our manufactured and modular homes to help you start planning your dream shower design. And if you're interested in what our showers and bathtubs are made of, read about mobile home shower materials.

1. Sliding Glass Door


The sliding glass shower door shown here in the Veranda model is a style that has been around for a while and maintains an ease of use as well as an interesting, sleek design.

2. Frameless Glass Shower


The frameless glass shower door of the Norris Super 60 model showcases large pieces of glass fitted to your shower to provide a seamless, modern look in your bathroom.

3. Walk-In Tile Shower

Giles All-About-The-Shower shower design

The walk-in shower design of the All About the Shower model by Clayton features neither a glass door nor shower curtain but instead has an open doorway! This design makes the shower seem like an extension of the bathroom rather than a completely separate room.

4. Private Shower


Those who prefer a more private option can integrate a shower room like this one featured in the Schult Jamestown model into your bathroom. These typically have a glass door leading to a large shower that you can often customize to fit your style with different stone or ceramic tile.

5. Shower and Bathtub Combo


A small master bathroom design idea to maximize space is the shower and bathtub combination such as this one featured in the Satisfaction model by TRU Homes.

This allows you to have a shower and tub where you may not have enough space to place a separate tub. This shower and tub combination also allows you to easily and inexpensively decorate and change the style of your bathroom simply by using different shower curtains and accent pieces.

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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