Amor Pistis. Shower. May 05th , 2017.
Shower stalls are a fairly common bathroom fixture in our times, most probably because we are just too busy to have a leisurely bath in a bathtub nowadays. Turn on the shower, have a quick splash and get on with your business - this seems to be the norm of our morning. These stalls, also known as shower enclosures are simply cubicles with a shower attachment in them, which are large enough to accommodate one standing person in them. They can be easily installed in any area of the bathroom.
Create a bench within the shower area, simply for the purpose of luxury, or for those with disabilities. This of course is possible only if you have enough space within the shower enclosure.
Because of the shape of a clawfoot shower tub, it is important that you look for a curtain that fits its requirements.
Making a personalized shower curtain is a comparatively an easy project for enthusiastic do-it-yourselfers. All you need is a clean and plain shower curtain in either vinyl, plastic, or fabric. Among other requirements, you will need acrylic paint, a pencil, and your favorite monogram or logo. Firstly, get the monogram or logo blown up to a poster size. This can be accomplished at a copy shop without spending much money. Lay the curtain over the monogram poster and trace the outline of the letters or logo using a pencil. You might need a marker for tracing on the vinyl or fabric. Once, you are ready with the outline, fill in the letters with acrylic paint. Allow the paint to dry completely and leave it overnight before hanging it in your bathroom. This way, you can personalize your curtain by painting your initials or the logo of your favorite sports team. Use your creativity to come up with your own ideas.
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