Shower. Friday , October 06th , 2017 - 07:43:02 AM
~ 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.
Consider the area available in your bathroom. You can opt for a corner caddy if the space is less. If you have ample space, identify what will be the right place to hang it. If you already have shelves, go for 3-4 simple caddies; one for each shelf. If you are going to have a door-mounted caddy, you can opt for one that has ample space. Make sure that they can accommodate tall bottles like that of shampoos and shower gels.
Ceramic Shower Stall with Seat: A ceramic shower stall is usually built and not directly purchased. The material used here is ceramic tile, which means the aesthetic appeal of the shower stall depends completely on how you like it. The colors, designs and patterns are innumerable, giving you a free hand in designing the shower stall exactly according to your personal taste. It is best to use anti-skid ceramic tiles within a shower stall to prevent the possibility of slipping. The seat may be made either with ceramic, or you may install a hardwood seat in the ceramic shower stall for a rich and elegant look.
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