Naiara Reinders. Shower. September 01st , 2017.
Make use of interesting tile patterns to demarcate your open shower design from the rest of the bathroom. The tiles you use in this area should not be used anywhere else in the bathroom. Use stone tiles, marble, rustic tiles, wooden finish tiles, glass tiles, pebbled tiles, and other such tiles with gorgeous prints and textures on them to demarcate this walk in shower from the rest of the bathroom. Create a 'highlight' wall with these tiles in the enclosure that does not have any fittings on it, to have it stand out from the rest of the walls.
If you are recovering from an illness and are slightly weak, the seat in the shower stall can easily make it easier for you to bathe without tiring yourself out too much.
To make your shower area more attractive and appealing, create a walkway towards it with tiles different from the ones you have used in your bathroom. It gives a mysterious appeal to the whole idea, and will make the task of taking a shower delightful.
The most classic piece is one made of wood in an oval shape with dual straight shelves in between. You can fix it over the wall next to the shower or mount it behind the door. Apart from this, simple rectangular or circular caddies are also popular. Those with glass shelves look extremely chic. You can also opt for highly decorative wrought iron ones, too. Apart from these, some caddies have in-built soap dispensers and hooks at the bottom to hang a loofah, soap on a rope, and similar items.
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