Herb called earlier this week and said “I love the open look and feel of a walk in shower but I only have a 4’ wide space. Is there a way to make a walk in shower in a space this small?”
The short answer I gave to Herb is yes it’s possible…..the longer answer is it takes careful planning and access to the right products. The article below will present 3 strategies to make a walk in shower in a 4’ wide space.
Glass block shower in a bathroom remodel in Black Hawk Colorado
During a bathroom remodeling project, great things can happen when contractors, suppliers and homeowners work together on design and delivery. Tina Crabb, of Black Hawk Colorado, was looking to give a facelift to a master bathroom in a home she and her husband purchased 15 years ago. The old bathroom was dated and the jetted spa tub took up too much room and was seldom used.
In Part 1 of this series learn how Tina, in conjunction with Jeff Pettus (owner of general contracting company Snowline Designs) and Ray Visco (owner of Visco Tile and Stone), identified and used innovative bathroom accessories and other products to create an impressive bath design which combined dramatic style and long term functionality (note: Part 2 of this series focuses on the quality driven installation approach used Jeff and Ray to make sure the project lasts).
Barrier free shower pan from AKW for an accessible wet room
As people are looking to stay in their homes longer the need for accessible showers has never been greater. Since most people have not remodeled their bathrooms for accessibility they generally have a lot of questions going into the process. Some of these questions might include:
What is needed to make a showering space accessible? What is the difference between a zero threshold shower and one that is barrier free?
What options are available in zero threshold showers? Can they be used with various types of floors?
Who(m) can install this type of product? Is it something I can do myself?
Do I need to follow ADA guildelines?
Where can I get a shower base and the proper accessories to make my space accessible and also provide a way for a caregiver to assist in the showering process?
The article below will provide answers to these questions and also offer some information on what type of accessible showering system to consider:
Custom Solid surface corian shower base neo angle design
Custom expanded polystyrene shower base for straight & curved walls
Choosing the right custom shower base for a bathroom remodeling project can be tough. The options are many – the right selection for you may not be obvious. Use these 6 tips to guide you through the process: