Shower. Friday , October 06th , 2017 - 07:11:30 AM
A clawfoot tub only spells elegance with its wonderful, classic style and shape. While it has always been used for baths, a lot of people are now adding showers to it in order to be able to make it serve a dual purpose. While a bath does not necessarily require a shower curtain, a shower definitely does. In an open tub like a clawfoot tub, having a shower curtain becomes more important, because it is likely that water will be spilled out from all directions. Knowing how to pick a clawfoot tub shower curtain then becomes necessary. Here, we give you tips on picking out the right curtain, with some ideas on using these.
It is important that you buy a thick, heavy liner along with a basic curtain in order to prevent it from clinging to you. A lot of people have worked around this clingy problem they have suffered from by attaching magnets to the base of the liner that sticks to the tub. This way, the liner remains in place and you can have a comfortable shower in your clawfoot tub. Now, not all clawfoot tubs are made of iron and some may be made of other materials such as acrylic. In that case, simply get a heavy shower curtain liner in order to keep it weighed down and away from you.
Corner shower stalls come in many shapes, the most popular ones being the square/rectangle installation or the quadrant installation. The doors can also vary from a simple door, glass door, glass quadrant or a sliding door, depending upon the decor scheme and available space. For a very small bathroom, opt for a sliding door. A large and more elegant bathroom will get a charming look with a walk-in corner stall; the walk-in entry border separated by a sliding door or even a simple curtain.
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