1. Ship Shape
2. Clean & Simple
3. Sculptural Style
4. Weather wise

Bathing al Fresco

An array of options makes showering outdoors a breeze

1. Ship Shape
The Circle Shower from Oborain creates a nautical vibe with deck-like stained-îpe flooring and a crisp blue-and-white striped curtain that hangs like a sail from around, floating stainless-steel frame. A stainless-steel showerhead by the Outdoor Shower Co. finishes the look. $7,200. oborain.com

2. Clean & Simple
Atelier Tradewinds’ minimalist Cascade outdoor shower for terraces and gardens is made of sun-and rust-proof hot galvanized steel with acacia-wood planks at its base. It connects to any garden hose; two small nylon gliders hidden at the back of the frame make it easy to transport. Price on request. trade-winds.be

3. Sculptural Style
The sculptural curve of the Odalo teak shower by Les Jardins lends a distinctive design element to any pool area or garden. A six-and-a-half-gallon tank makes multiple consecutive showers possible. Sold separately, a solar kit at the back captures the heat of the sun to warm the water. From $932. openroomfurniture.com

4. Weather-wise
The Richmond outdoor garden shower by Danish design company Cane-line shelters bathers in a stall made of a durable polyethylene weave. Designed to withstand the elements, it can be left out year-round; stakes attached to the legs may be sunken into the ground or set into concrete for extra stability. Price on request. cane-line.com