Bathroom / February 8, 2018 / Christelle Angelique.
A walk-in shower is the more flexible option, considering that different people have different mobility- and bathing needs. In addition, they are also known to be quite durable – a popular material used in walk-in showers is ceramic tile, one of the most long-lasting and durable materials that can withstand a lot of wear and tear (plus the pressure of constant water).
You can remodel your complete bathroom, or simply adjust the painting. Believe it or not, the effect will still be the same. A lick of vibrant and bright colors in a modern setting can revitalize your bathroom in few minutes, and make it as lively as it never was before.
If you want to stay in style, think of more natural and earthy colors, including whites, beiges, browns, grays, or even smooth greens. You can both paint the walls or apply wallpaper – if the room is small, the entire process will be finished in few hours.
A walk-in shower can be the more economically and environmentally friendly choice. The average 8-minute shower consumes approximately 62 litres of hot water, compared to the 80 litres of a regular bath. This difference can have a considerable impact on a household’s water usage, especially in regions where water/rainfall is scarce.
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