By Nicol Novotna. Showerheads. Published at Monday, June 18th, 2018 - 09:12:10 AM.
Open or Enclosed? There are two options for building a larger, two-person shower: enclosed or open. Open showers have glass panels or glass block walls, for example, that run up to around the 7-foot mark, and then have the remaining space up to the ceiling open, thus venting steam. Alternatively you can build a completely enclosed shower, with the panels or block wall running all the way to the ceiling. Another option would be purchasing a pre-manufactured walk-in shower kit with its own pan and panels that will fit into the space you have in mind for the shower. As far as size goes, two of the most common sizes are 3-feet by 5-feet and 4-feet by 6-feet; there are no minimum requirements. It is whatever the couple in question feels comfortable with as far as space goes.
Consider a walk-in shower. You may have heard of a walk-in closet, but what about a walk-in shower? This bathing atmosphere offers lots of space, as it isn’t bound by any walls or doors. Your shower essentially disappears into your interior design. A walk-in shower can maximize on space in your bathroom and is great for those with mobility issues, as there are no ledges to climb over.
The sound of raindrops pattering is universally soothing, and it’s no coincidence that so many relaxation music tracks involve the sound of running water or that spas are overflowing with fountains. And what’s more relaxing than standing under a waterfall? You can bring those feelings into your bathroom so that you can enjoy it whenever you want (and with no need to rely on weather forecasts!). A rain shower head will turn your mundane daily shower into a de-stressing experience akin to frolicking in the jungle.
Use etched glass. Glass is great for surrounding a shower because it really helps open up the whole bathroom design. However, if you’re looking for a more private bathing area, you might want to consider an etched glass shower. This offers seclusion without taking away that smooth transition from the shower to your surrounding bathroom. Rain-style shower head. Your shower head should be replaced every six to eight months. If it’s about that time for your bath fixture, opt for a rain shower head. This fixture offers a shower experience unlike any other.
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