By Febe Neri. Shower Doors. Published at Thursday, June 07th, 2018 - 02:08:56 AM.
Cleaning bathroom is the toughest household chore. Removing the hard water spots and soap scum from the shower glass door is quite a task. Since this area is used everyday, keeping it clean and spotless is not an easy job. But worry no more. Here are some handy tricks to keep your glass doors shiny and spotless. Remove soap scums. Over time soap scum build up on the shower glass and wears away the shine and transparency of the glass door. White vinegar will do the trick here. You will be surprised to see the wonder it does on such stubborn scum build up.
Corner Walk-In Shower With Bench. Marble is a great all-around luxurious material for walk-in showers, and this one is no exception. This great corner shower featuring several body sprays and a corner bench, by PLD Custom Homes, has everything you will ever want in a showering space, AND a luxury design that will add value to your home. Craftsman-Style Bathroom With Walk-In Shower. This beautiful bathroom features a modern take on the craftsman style. The design by Norman Building and Design, via Houzz, is classic with a twist of contemporary: the light fixture and the sinks are especially cutting-edge. But you'll notice how the clever walk-in shower design maintains your privacy even when someone walks in and takes a bath!
Folding Screen. If your bathroom is large enough, add a folding screen to the front of the shower. The beauty of this option is that you can add the screen and then remove it depending on the needs of the day. A Japanese shoji screen will bring in a spa element and let light come through. Add a shuttered screen to go with the country or shabby chic decor in your home. An art deco screen can add elegance to the bathroom, or choose one with a nature print to add greenery to your space.
Double Benched Walk-In Shower. The double-sided bench in this bathroom design by Atlantic Interiors perfectly defines the space and brings beautiful colors via its glass mosaic tile. Note the accessibility features and hand-held shower head, as well as the modern rain shower head. Walk-In Shower With A Touch Of The 80s. Glass blocks are definitely an 80s thing, but it works perfectly well in this contemporary bathroom by Shasta Smith, via Houzz. The soft, muted neutral palette brings this 80s staple into the 21st century, and the fogged glass provide privacy AND transparency.
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