SITUATION 1: A SINGLE SHOWER ROOM FOR THE WHOLE HOUSE
Not everyone is lucky enough to have several bathrooms at home. And when you choose to install a shower it is often to save space. Even if you have a small space, nothing prevents you from creating a nice shower. You just have to choose your materials carefully and it doesn’t necessarily cost much. The choice of the showerhead is essential, especially when the room is small because it will be a key element of your decor. Small, large, design, or more traditional. You will be spoiled for choice.
SITUATION 2: A SHOWER ROOM UNDER THE EAVES
We don’t often think about it, but the attic can be converted into a bathroom. It can be super practical to optimize the maximum space of your accommodation and to create a second water space. You know when children grow up and they spend more time in the bathroom than on their homework.
SITUATION 3: SHOWER AND BATH IN THE SAME ROOM
For those who cannot make a choice or who are lucky enough to have enough space, you can also install a shower and a bathtub in the same room. It all depends on the room you have, how to arrange them. If your room is longer than it is wide, you will probably need to put them in a row. If your room is large enough you can very well position your elements facing each other, but be sure to have enough passage to circulate.