When we truly give time to thinking about how to solve painful problems we envision sound and sometimes creative solutions which will solve problems. Let’s admit it with the noise and mental stimuli which our minds are addicted to (i.e. cell phones) it’s difficult to enter into a place of deep thinking and meditation. People are now realizing the need to find an escape away from technology a place to relax think recharge and claim authority over a run away cloudy neurosis.
Opt for thick heavy 10mm glass panels chunky impactive handles and for goodness sake ensure it’s a water tight design which requires zero silicone sealing. It’s like the Mercedes of shower enclosures popularized desired and’ll continue to be the go to design for designers and shower manufacturers alike in 2014.
Enclosed shower: PROS: Home owners that prefer a more private bathing experience may opt for the enclosed shower. Shower walls can be fully transparent semi-transparent or etched glass can provide more privacy. CONS: Some home owners do not like the glass getting wet and splattered with water droplets after every shower usage. The glass either needs to be cleaned after every use or wiped dry to avoid build up of water droplets. This can be time consuming and if you have hard water more laborious than worth it.
Maximize vertical space: If your bathroom offers you the luxury of adding vertical storage and display then go for it! Your walls above 7 feet are usually wasted with empty area. This is a gold mine for storage of toiletries and bathroom cleaners and sprays. Consider having cabinetry built to extend up to the ceiling. If you would prefer decorations and splashes of color can also be added above mirrors and cabinetry. Adding color at a vertical height will cause the eye to go up and therefore enlarge the bathroom space and feel.
Choose smaller fixtures: Believe it or not they make all size sinks toilets bathtubs and shower/enclosures. If space is inadequate in your small bathroom consider replacing a few of your fixtures with smaller ones to gain more space to maneuver. In a small half bathroom instead of using a vanity sink with cabinet below opt for a pedestal sink. They look gorgeous and take up half the space
Take the picture above for example. In it you can see that whoever designed the space has taken the time to add plenty of fresh towels a plush robe a variety of high-end soaps and lotions plus spa-like bath treatments can be found on the back wall.