Williamstown ResidenceContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne
Kate Hansen Photography
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4. Frameless showers always winIf your bathroom is on the small side, you don’t want it to feel even more compact by dividing the space with shower curtains or room dividers that separate the shower from the rest of the room and obstruct clear sightlines. A clear, full-length frameless glass shower screen is a winning way to open up the space.
Use window cleaner or a water-and-vinegar solution to clean your shower screen. Tip: Keeping a squeegee in the shower to dry the glass after showering is a great way to minimise water spots and reduce cleaning time.‘Clean’ Apps That Put Home Help at Your Fingertips
What are the main things to consider when choosing a new shower? Who will be using the shower? What you choose will largely depend on the type of bathroom you are creating and who will be using it. In an ensuite, luxurious showers with invigorating spray patterns give the users a relaxing, spa-like experience; and when space allows, dual showers let two people shower at once. In a family bathroom, a rail shower will accommodate users of different heights, while choosing a style with a hand-held showerhead makes it easier to clean children and pets.What shape and size is your bathroom? The shower you choose needs to suit your bathroom’s layout. Overhead showers are a great choice for small bathrooms as they won’t take up any wall space; while a larger, more open bathroom can accommodate a wall-mounted style or even a dual shower.