How to Spruce Up Your Residential Shower

17 October 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog


If you are tired of your bathroom's same old look and are ready for a change, then you will want to make sure that you are hiring a professional that offers residential shower services. To help you understand some of the upgrades that you might want to do with your shower, keep reading.

Add a Frameless Shower Door

A great way to open up the space and make it look and feel much larger than it is would be to add a frameless shower door. This way, all of the natural light from the window or the light from the fixtures will be able to go right into the shower, which can be helpful when shaving. The more light you have in the shower the better. Also, without the metal frame, it will not appear to be so boxed in and it will be a lot easier for you to keep clean.

Add More Shelves

The more shelves in a shower the better, as this will allow you to stay well organized. After all, you may want to have a few different body washes and bars of soap to pick from. You also have shampoos and conditioners, razors, bubbles, and loofahs that have to fit in the shower. Luckily, there are a wide variety of shelving types to pick from—such as plastic and glass—that can fit all of the products you want to store in your shower. With the glass shelves, the interior of your shower can look modern, and they can also help keep the space looking as large as possible. 

Add a Shower Head with a Massage Feature

You might want to go beyond the standard shower head and invest in a high-quality shower head with a massage feature. This way, when you have had a really stressful day or you have simply slept wrong, you will be able to jump in the shower, turn on the massage function, and enjoy the warm water pulsating against your back.

Now that you have a better idea of what you can do to make your shower the best that it can be for you and your family, you will want to go ahead and set up an appointment with a shower contractor. This way, the two of you can go over your list of ideas and figure out when the work can begin. The sooner you take that first step, the sooner you will be stepping into your brand new shower.