Published at Thursday, May 03rd, 2018 - 18:15:29 PM. Shower Doors. By Cosette Roux.
With most modern apartment spaces and houses being hard-pressed for space, it makes sense to ensure that one uses the available room to the hilt. Apart from simply maximizing on the existing room, glass shower doors bring in visual connectivity with the rest of the bathroom. This is a beautiful and daft way of creating an impression of larger space than what actually exists, since the use of glass makes sure there are far fewer opaque surfaces. This could be both natural sunlight during the day and warm and gorgeous lamps installed in the remainder of the bathroom at nights. Apart from simply giving a more evenly illuminated and appealing bathroom, this also adds to the making of a light and airy atmosphere inside.
Wet Room-Style Walk-in Shower. Combine your tub and shower areas with a design like this wet room-style bathroom. Travertine tile instead of marble gives a different, more old-world look, and designer Kelly Stoneburgh balanced the feminine touches with more masculine straight lines and brown colors. Private And Bright Walk-In Shower. If you prefer more privacy, this nook-style walk-in shower will give you just that. This design by Holland & Knapp Construction, via Houzz, features a bright yellow and orange color scheme to keep the room light and spacious. No dark corner in this bathroom!
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