I don't know about Europe but "wet bathrooms" are extremely common is Israel. shower head, or more commonly a handheld shower head is attached to a wall, not over the toilet. I'm not overly fond of the setup but in a hot, dry country where cleaning of mostly tiled surfaces is done with a gadget that looks like a squeegee on a stick (the average Israeli is horrified by the idea of a mop--think its unsanitary), is not too hard to just squeegee down the walls and floor into the drain on the sloping floor that you mentioned. You just position towels and such away from the spray. Not sure how something like this would work in a cold, wet, wintry climate.
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