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Tub Shower Rectangle Soaking Bathtub Chrome Tub Faucets Stainless Steel Rainfall Hand Shower Wood Look Tile Benches Portrayal Robe And Towel Hooks How to Choose Your Bathtub and Shower Faucets Part One

Published at Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 - 23:48:40 PM. Tub Shower. By Berman Schulz.

Some units have shelving built in, and you can also have grab bars installed for safety. Instead of a using a shower curtain, you can choose to have a glass shower door installed for a sleeker look that gives the illusion of more space. Since these doors require a sliding track to be installed at the edge of the tub, these installations may be best left to professionals. While the basic tub-and-shower unit design is certainly practical, don't be afraid to think outside the shower stall. Upgraded shower heads and faucets can add a level of elegance. Tiling around the tub can make it feel much more high-end and less builder's basic. Try a three-quarter glass wall instead of a curtain for a modern, sleek look.

The notion of separating the shower and tub has wide appeal. Eighty-five percent of Americans in the market for a home consider a separate shower enclosure an essential or highly desirable feature in the bathroom, according to a recent study by the National Association of Home Builders. The first step in considering a separate tub and shower is to make sure you have enough room. Not every bath is large enough to accommodate separate fixtures, but you will be surprised at what can be done with even a modest-size bath. Using the sizes of typical fixtures, draw a scale plan of your bathroom and see what you can get to work.



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