If it's time to redo your bathroom, it's time to start thinking about the shower enclosure. There are so many choices to be made when it comes to the shower enclosure. It's not just about placing a frame around your shower anymore. It's more about turning your shower into a fully-functioning, integral part of the bathroom. While you're planning your remodeling project, here are three steps you should consider to make the most out of your shower enclosure and your bathroom.
Make it a Wet Room
If you spend a lot of time in the bathroom, and you enjoy long, luxurious showers, it's time to make the transition to a wet room. A wet room is more than a bathroom. It's a way to open up the space, and make it about enjoyment and efficiency. Wet rooms are also great if you suffer from a mobility issue that makes it difficult to navigate a traditional bathroom and shower. With a wet room, there are no ledges or ridges to get over. The entire floor is tiled so that you can move from one area to the next without a struggle. Your glass enclosure can be used to partition off the section that you'll use for your shower. However, because the enclosure is frameless, you won't be left to deal with the ridges that can make it difficult to get in the shower when you're dealing with mobility issues.
Go with Mirrored Glass
If you're like most people, you've probably discovered that there are never enough functioning mirrors in the bathroom. That's where mirrored shower enclosures come in handy. With mirrored glass, your entire shower enclosure can turn into full-length mirrors. The special coating will prevent them from fogging over, even during the hottest showers, which means you'll have the perfect view from your full-length mirrors.
Make the Most of the Space You Have
If you've been wanting a separate shower/bathtub space in your bathroom, but you've been worried about space constraints, you can stop worrying. One of the great things about frameless shower enclosures is that you can turn those unused corners of the bathroom into the perfect shower space. That's because you don't need to deal with the cumbersome frames that come with traditional shower enclosures.
Don't settle for the same old shower. Now that you're remodeling your bathroom, use the tips provided here to make the most of your new shower. To learn more, contact a company like Kauffman Glass and Mirror.Share