When your shower suffers from dated designs, making a few updates can make a big difference in the look of your whole bathroom. But updates don't necessarily have to mean total renovations to get a marvelous effect. So if you're ready to make your tired shower shine, check out a few unusual design trends that can make the difference.
Making hardware changes are like changing accessories in an outfit: without a few updates now and then, you grow tired of even the nicest look. So try making simple hardware changes that can make a dramatic change on even a tiny budget:
Decals and Details
If you have glass shower doors, making updates to the look is easy with decals and painted details. Decals are easy to apply and remove, come in an endless array of pattern and styles, and give you the chance to get creative with a new design feature. Painted details are slightly more difficult to remove, though some glass paint can be removed readily with acetone, but will give you even more creative freedom. If you want a distraction from permanent water stains and feel you're up to the challenge, consider etching.
Unconventional inclusions in your bathroom tub or shower can modernize the look and bring a focal point.
Try adding windows to even bathrooms that are windowless, where partitions or enclosures are, and consider updating your shower enclosure with recycled windows or french doors. Recycled industrial windows make the perfect shower enclosure. Though the idea may seem out-of-the-ordinary, the effects can be spectacular when done right. Just make sure that you have a professional (such as Affordable Custom Enclosures) make the installation, so that everything is water-tight.
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