Shower. Friday , October 06th , 2017 - 07:18:30 AM
~ The entrance to your doorless shower must have a lip (at least 3-4 inches in height) to prevent the water from spilling out into what is called the dry area (the area with the wash basin and the WC). If the shower is to be used by a disabled person, then this detail can be eliminated simply by creating a slope in the flooring towards the drain, or a tile drop, so as to prevent the water from flowing outside.
Making a personalized shower curtain is a comparatively an easy project for enthusiastic do-it-yourselfers. All you need is a clean and plain shower curtain in either vinyl, plastic, or fabric. Among other requirements, you will need acrylic paint, a pencil, and your favorite monogram or logo. Firstly, get the monogram or logo blown up to a poster size. This can be accomplished at a copy shop without spending much money. Lay the curtain over the monogram poster and trace the outline of the letters or logo using a pencil. You might need a marker for tracing on the vinyl or fabric. Once, you are ready with the outline, fill in the letters with acrylic paint. Allow the paint to dry completely and leave it overnight before hanging it in your bathroom. This way, you can personalize your curtain by painting your initials or the logo of your favorite sports team. Use your creativity to come up with your own ideas.
Consider the area available in your bathroom. You can opt for a corner caddy if the space is less. If you have ample space, identify what will be the right place to hang it. If you already have shelves, go for 3-4 simple caddies; one for each shelf. If you are going to have a door-mounted caddy, you can opt for one that has ample space. Make sure that they can accommodate tall bottles like that of shampoos and shower gels.
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