The design of the shower can really be a great addition to the overall exterior of a home. Simplicity is always a good basis of design.
Pair up your shower with contrasting design of exterior towel rack, housing for shampoo and soap and you already have a great landscape design.
Installation can be very crucial. If the drainage of your home is not properly done, there will be a lot of wasted water. The most common problems are cracked or bucked tiles aside from the poor drainage system. For the setup of the actual shower, simplicity comes into play with just a simple concrete base or a tiled wall and base combined with a shower head and faucet. You also have the option to install a water heater to go along with your shower.
One of the major concerns people face with outdoor showers are their privacy. This can be addressed typically by creating a small fenced-in area where you put up your shower. Building a shower enclosure is the most common as they are pretty straightforward to build. If you are not a build it yourself kind of guy, then you can buy ready-made shower cubicles. There are companies that sell shower enclosures that range from $600 to $1,500 depending on the design and size of the shower enclosure.