1. Use Glass
The best shower designs feature glass prominently. Not only does glass convey a premium design sensibility, as a material, it lets light filter cleanly through the bathroom to make the space feel bigger. Glass also works well to showcase one of the most beautiful features of a premium shower, the tiling.
Also, glass enclosed showers, especially frameless systems, show off a shower’s tilework even when a visitor isn’t actually using the shower. For frameless glass shower enclosures, consider sliding door hardware. A sliding door shower system will also cut down on dead-space due to door travel—of special importance in bathrooms.
2. Think about light
Light is a huge factor in successful shower design. Well-lit bathrooms in general, and showers in particular, need to convey a specific mood—it’s one of the few rooms in the house where people are expected to lock themselves in, and should therefore be designed as a sanctuary. Light goes a long way to impart this feeling, and king of any bathroom lighting scheme is natural light.
Mirrors can also do a lot to help disperse light throughout the bathroom and into a shower. It’s also a good idea to use a variety of lights in your bathroom including task, accent, decorative, and sparkle lighting to achieve the desired ambiance and spotlight certain bathroom features—like the shower.
3. Splurge on high end materials
The bathroom in general, and the shower in particular, are two of the most used spaces in a home or hotel room. And not only are they well-used but, because of their function, are subjected to wet, humid environments, particularly hard on materials.
Most people spend a lot of time in the bathroom and whether you're building new construction or renovating, you're going to be spending a lot of money and should definitely get what you pay for! Higher quality choices will typically last longer and outperform bargain items.
This is where spending the extra money on materials like stainless steel, glass, and impervious rated shower tile really pay dividends. Not only do higher end materials show less wear over the years, they are also much easier to clean and maintain.
4. Think through tiling
Shower tiling can’t be an afterthought. One of the key benefits of a frameless glass shower system is the opportunity to continue tile themes into a shower space, or do something different to make the shower pop, or help the entire space feel bigger
And, while a shower caddy is tried and true, consider designing shower niches into the wall for a more premium feel. These should have the same tile as the rest of the shower space to unify the design.
Small details can make big changes!
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