There are people with a tub, there are people with a bath, and there are people with a shower-over-the bath. For certain people, how you suit the bathroom is as polarizing as any national argument. What’s crucial is how you hold the water off the floor and where it belongs – inside a bathtub or a shower screens Epping.
Suppose you’re merely refreshing the furniture in your current bathroom or undertaking a complete renovation or refurbishment. Are you going to use curtains or glass to improve the eye appeal in your bathroom… and to absorb the water? This is the issue everyone needs to know.
Adjust the look of the bathroom
If you love always refreshing the look of the rest of the house with new soft furnishings and decorations, a shower curtain gives you the chance to do the same in the bathroom. After all, aside from towels and unusual accessories, most bathroom fixtures are permanent. Here, classic Marieke poppy prints dramatically add a mid-century vibe to a neutral bathroom.
Build a softer, more comfortable living-room look
If you’re going to have trouble finding antique furniture to re-use the bathroom, beautiful textiles help keep up the theme. A patterned curtain that repeats the tile’s colour provides an essential layer of comfort to all the hard surfaces.
Stretch out the room
It’s enticing to think that the fading glass walls make a tiny bathroom look larger. Still, with drapery, you can play even more visual tricks. Here, the double curtains at each end visually extend the pool’s width, while the rod at the top of the ceiling pulls the eye upwards. The weight of the print is significant. Medium-sized images are ideal for Goldilocks.
Bring a little wit to the room
Come on, this is one of the most commonly visited rooms in the home, by you and by the visitors, so have fun changing the look. Here the splash of live greenery is replicated in a stream of curtain greenery for a new, enjoyable watch. You would want to restrict the witty cartoon characters to the children’s bathroom though.
Get around the bent corners
If you waste your money on custom-shaped bits, there’s no way the glass can get around the curved corner of the oval bath.