Taking a shower in the bathroom is refreshing but it is totally a different experience when you bathe in the outdoors. An outdoor shower mimics rainfall (also possible indoors now) for fun and exciting that both adults and kids can indulge in.
These showers come in various types; however, an inverted shower is an unconventional way of drenching in pure bliss. It is actually an upside-down shower that functions in the reverse direction. You stand on it and the water is sprinkled upwards from underneath. The gravity-defying tactic may not be a logical choice but it does make for a playful activity. Here is a roundup of three inverted showers you’d love to hate.
WellWell Upside-Down Shower by TradeWinds
WellWell comes with jets that push the water upwards up to the head height. Made from Robinia wood and aluminum, it features a compact and minimalist design. The tap for controlling the shower can be operated with bare feet, and it can help regulate the height of the water jets.
VITEO Inverted Shower by Danny Venlet
The award-winning, inverted shower by designer Danny Venlet provides a unique sensual shower experience. Made from plastic and stainless steel, it is different from standard showers as water jets gush up from the footplate. You’re required to step on the rounded plate, which opens the valve and water starts flowing. The water comes from the bottom and reaches a height of up to 4 meters, depending on the water pressure. With anti-slip coating, the VITEO outdoor shower is safe and completely UV resistant.
DIY Upside-Down Shower by The Q
This DIY inverted outdoor shower is made out of wood and a few plumbing parts. You will need to create a wooden platform that houses a network of pipes with holes to sprinkle water upwards. The shower works only when someone steps on it.