Shower And Tub Choices For Bathroom Remodeling
Not having a vivid plan in remodeling a bathroom can prove itself to be a pretty major task. But before you can even begin making plans for bathroom remodeling, you must first come acquainted with the various options available and what it is that you want to have in the bathroom.
For when you currently have a shower/tub combination setup in your bathroom but you find that you rarely use the tub, so you might want to consider having a walk-in shower installed instead. This will help in providing you with a more functional bathroom by freeing a good amount of space.
In terms of showers and tubs, the market is flooded with various options that offer you more than just your standard step in tub or your run of the mill walk in shower. Newer and more luxurious contenders in our modern age of tubs and showers are clawfoot bathtubs, walk-in tubs, and steam showers just to name a few.
Steam showers will provide you with the luxury of having a personal spa inside your very own home. Steam showers are self-enclosed shower units that uses steam made from water mist by the use of the steam generators built into its system. A staple feature found in most of today’s era of steam showers is electronic temperature control, as well as other luxuries such as foot massagers, jets, ceiling rain, MP3 players, radio, and even a telephone. What’s even more amazing is that you can have all these installed and still consume the same amount of space as your regular shower.
Although clawfoot tubs are not a new thing for they’ve been around for years already, newer models come with new features that makes them a great option for your remodeled bath. Clawfoot tubs of our age are no longer made of cast iron and are now made out of acrylic which makes the modern tubs lighter and cost effective. Clawfoot tubs are a perfect option for those whou would like to give their bathroom a more vintage look. There are many styles to choose from and also a plethora of fixtures that provide wider options for personalizing your bath.
If you want to eliminate the safety concerns that come from stepping into a regular bathtub, a walk-in tub is a viable option. Walk-in tubs have a different means of entry by having a water-tight door that opens and closes, providing easy entry.
Even if your budget does not allow for a full bathroom remodel, a new shower or tub can be quite as dramatic of a change especially when you find your current shower or tub not meeting your needs.