Sonja Mairenn. Shower. June 15th , 2017.
Some of you may simply use the traditional shower curtain to cordon off the shower area from the rest of the bathroom. Again, you could make this an interesting combination of a partition and a curtain to create an element of attractiveness in this bathroom design.
A fiberglass shower pan is installed below the shower to facilitate the outflow of water and is made up of fiberglass, as the name rightly suggests. Another very useful feature of it is that it prevents the entire bathroom from getting wet. This material is similar to carbon fiber and is quite strong, as a result of which it rarely breaks or develops cracks in it. Its maintenance is also easier as compared to the tiled shower pans.
The problem with the first option is that you may find it a bit difficult to find the fabric that is similar to the existing one in terms of pattern, color, and material. However, if you succeed in finding one, then this can be the best option for you. Weaving a ribbon through grommets or attaching an extra curtain ring, so that the curtain hangs low, are indeed options of adding length to your curtain, but they are not permanent. Moreover, they may also expose your shower head and other plumbing fixtures, which may not present a beautiful sight.
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.
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