Stone mosaic tile on the shower's back wall will catch your eyes as soon as you enter the bathroom. Enclosed by glass, this small but functional shower looks boundless. It's moderately standout.
You could also have colorful small baskets on one or two shelves with your family's personal grooming items like shampoo, conditioner, shaving cream, or gel, and more. Use a towel rod to hang up colorful towels that compliment your dÃ©cor. Put up a toothbrush holder. So many little changes can make a big difference.
Place ample storage - It's a wonder really that most bathrooms exist with little to almost no storage. Doing so makes the bathroom look even more unkempt and smaller, no thanks to all that clutter. Instead, go ahead and place some cabinets. Placing a full cabinet as the area for the sink is not just economical but it's also the current trend in terms of shabby chic/inspired bathrooms.
If your concerned about the safety of a glass sink, but are still sure it is the right option for your home, it's best to opt for toughened safety glass to make sure it is robust. Many manufactures will use this material as a standard practice, but it's best to make sure - particularly if you have children.
The shower enclosure you choose should ultimately show off your personal design style in keeping with the rest of your bathroom dÃ©cor. Contact a shower door specialist in your area for advice on choosing among the many options for framed and frameless shower doors.
Recessed and Alcove bathtubs:- This is the most common tub installed. These recessed tubs also have walls on three sides and only the fourth side is finished completely. These are very easily doubled as the showers with an addition of a wall kit or a surround.
In the meantime, you get to enjoy this type of set up that is original and very convenient. You may wish you had done this change a very long time ago! It doesn't have to be expensive and it doesn't have to be a drawn out project.