Shower. Friday , October 06th , 2017 - 07:29:57 AM
When it comes to designing doorless walk in showers, there are lots of creative options you can choose from. Unlike a completely enclosed shower cubicle, a no-door shower allows you to have a private yet open space to take a shower. What matters is how comfortable you are with the design of this enclosure. The space can then be as jazzy or as simple as you want it to be. Here are some ideas you can use as inspiration to come up with some exclusive shower designs with no door.
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.
~ The entrance to your doorless shower must have a lip (at least 3-4 inches in height) to prevent the water from spilling out into what is called the dry area (the area with the wash basin and the WC). If the shower is to be used by a disabled person, then this detail can be eliminated simply by creating a slope in the flooring towards the drain, or a tile drop, so as to prevent the water from flowing outside.
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