Shower. Friday , October 06th , 2017 - 07:26:06 AM
If your bathroom is large enough, have a circular shower enclosure instead of a straight one. Have a narrow pathway leading to it, and let this shower expand as you enter the space. Such a design provides a uniquely luxurious experience.
The flooring is a key element. The size and style of the floor, of course, should differ according to the size of the bathroom. A small-sized shower can have a brilliant shower pan. There are several advantages of installing shower pans - better drainage and easy cleaning. The floors of medium-sized bathroom showers can be built creatively, yet economically. Giving the floor pattern a chessboard-look is a nice idea. One cannot go wrong with black and white. I recently came across an innovative idea used in a hotel for large bathrooms. The walls of the bathroom shower were covered with plastic and life-sized photographs of the ocean and the floor was made up of finely polished blue stone. A person standing in this shower would get the feel of spending time in a magnificent ocean.
Typically, bathroom shower stalls don't have roofs. This is better for the humidity to vent out from the stall, because it is unusual to have an exhaust fan in them. But if you need a roof, you will need to talk about that with your installer in advance, or check if that is included with your prefabricated kit.
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