Bathroom. Friday , September 08th , 2017 - 05:13:27 AM
Concrete is one of the best materials when it comes to shower floors. It’s a porous material and this gives it a lot of traction. However, the same thing allows it to soak up a lot of water and to avoid that you need to make sure that a concrete shower floor is properly sealed. They being said, you can’t really go wrong with a sealed concrete floor. It’s simple, easy to clean and very versatile. Moreover, it introduces a lovely texture and color into the decor.
If the bathroom is small or if you’d like to maintain an open and airy decor, consider a floating shelf vanity. It’s one of the easiest DIY projects you can do. You just need some wood which can be reclaimed lumber, a table saw, a drill, some screws and polyurethane. If you want, you can make a live edge shelf and you can stain the wood in any shade you want so it looks great in your bathroom. Check out Themerrythought for more inspiration.
In spite of their permanence, shower niches are not the type of feature you’d want to replace often anyway and that almost always makes them desirable in the bathroom. Wondering what a shower niche could do for you? Its usefulness is not entirely related to the idea of storage. A niche is practical in more than one way. From an aesthetic point of view, it looks simple, stylish and versatile. Add to that all the customization possibilities and you’ll fall in love with the concept.
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