When designing a wet room there are a few practical considerations to bear in mind. If using large tiles on the floor you have a one-way gradient, and s will have to use a channel drain. Small tiles allow the water to flow to a single square or round drain, however use more grout, and so extra attention should be paid to waterproofing. Make sure to choose anti-slip tiles for the floor of your wet room to avoid accidents.
When designing your wet room, consider the overall aesthetic of your bathroom. You might want to use wood and stone effects for a natural look, or go for bright, exotic colours. Alternatively, you might wish to use neutral colours and few accessories for a relaxing feel. Your wet room should go well with the decor of the room in order to maximize the seamless transition from the bathroom as a whole to the wet room. One great design feature that you can incorporate into your wet room is a tile mosaic. Whether you choose to have this design on the walls or floor, you can make a real feature out of these small tiles.
Remember that a wet room offers you much more space than a conventional shower. Take advantage of this with your shower fittings and accessories. You can use a single large shower-head or multiple smaller shower-heads to ensure that you are constantly bathed in water. You can install various other fittings so that all of your showering paraphernalia is within easy reach, without intruding on your shower itself. Don't forget the other little luxuries such as a heated towel rail!