In designing a bathroom, whether large or small, there will always be several decisions to be made as far as fixtures are concerned. Believe it or not, there‘s a lot to be said for bathroom accessories, especially a nice towel rack. In order to make the most of your bathroom improvement, it becomes necessary that you pay great attention to its design so that at the end of the day, you will achieve your desire of turning your bathroom from a boring space to one you can boldly let your guests see.
Walk‐ in shower designs continue to grow in popularity. You can build a shower that suits any setting or opt for prefabricated shower kits (many newer models come equipped with multiple showerheads, steam options, water jets, and stereo equipment) that are installed on site. These showers are accessed via pivot doors, which swing outward, or bifold or neo‐ angled doors with two panels hinged in the center that work well on corner showers.
Think of a shower‘s interior as a blank canvas awaiting your artistic touch. Though you‘ll save money by creating walls from sheets of acrylic, cultured marble, or solid‐ surfacing, you‘ll produce more interesting perimeters and floors if you work with ceramic, stone, glass, or marble tiles. Use varying sizes and shades of the same type of tile to create contrasting borders, fetching niches, and mosaic murals on shower walls. For natural interest underfoot, install river rock or pebbled tile floors. Arrange inexpensive ceramic tiles (in a monochromatic mix or a bold blend) on the walls above a prefab shower unit or across the walls of a walk‐ in cubicle.