Bathroom Showers

Written by Norene Anderson
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Bathroom showers come in a variety of shapes and sizes. The days of one size fits all are gone. Now there are square showers, oblong showers for two, corner showers, showers beside tubs, and showers in tubs. Replacing your shower or changing from a tub to a shower is a major project. It involves removing a lot of heavy material, especially if a tub is being replaced with a shower.

Be prepared to consider several bathroom showers before making your final decision. Even if you determine the size and shape of the base, you still have to decide on which kind of door is going to work best for you. If you install a tub and shower combination, you first must pick a color. This might simply be a choice between off-white and ecru. After choosing the color, then you need doors to complement the design. You can choose a sliding clear glass door with chrome trim or from many glass finishes and frame options.

Information on Bathroom Showers

Bathroom showers designed for two come in a variety of enclosures and shapes. There are corner models and designs for the straight wall. A variety of frame finishes and glass options make this design very popular with many couples. Thanks to advances in technology, material is available that makes a shower appear like a traditional tile and grout wall when it is, in fact, one seamless piece of material that is easy to clean.

There are contractors and designers that devote all of their work to installing bathroom showers. The experts can give you a quick start on the decision-making process. If you can do a simple sketch of the existing space with measurements and verbalize your desires for the change, a plan can be designed with the options that will work for you.

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