By . Bathroom. Published at Sunday, December 03rd, 2017 - 14:56:27 PM.
If you don’t take baths but have a bathtub, that’s basically a 5-foot by 2½-foot area that’s going to waste. Converting it to a shower would be cost effective, because it would make use of the space that’s already there and you wouldn’t have to reroute the plumbing.
Notice that a shower curtain or door has not been installed in this bathroom yet. Carefully consider which you choose. For example, a shower curtain might make taking a bath more comfortable, but a clear glass shower door might make the room feel larger.
Just because you have a small bathroom doesn’t mean you can’t spend a whole night in your bathtub reading a good book. This Victorian masterpiece utilized a brushed nickel faucet, translucent glass in the window, a bathtub tray to hold the necessities and white tile all around.
While it might seem daunting, getting your bathroom layout right from the start will make the difference between an adequate design and one that ticks all your boxes.
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