Choosing to customize your shower is a fun way to update this space to suit your taste, and also add value to your home. At Clinton Glass, we recommend customizing your master bathroom by ripping out your existing fiberglass tub/shower combo and replacing it with a custom shower. Getting rid of that outdated tub and shower, and replacing it with something fun and fresh, is a great way to update and personalize your space. Here are our favorite custom features to consider.
1. A Shower Bench
Do you love taking long, steamy showers to help you relax? A shower bench can transform your shower into a spa-like environment simply by giving you a relaxing place to sit. Not only will you enjoy those long, luxurious showers, you’ll also find a shower bench quite useful for everyday showers. Everything from shaving your legs to cleaning your feet can be done more easily by having a bench in the shower.
2. A Frameless Shower Door
Frameless shower doors are a great way to customize your shower, as they come in all shapes and sizes and can be made to fit any design. Whether you want a lavish spa shower, a smaller corner walk-in, or anything in between, frameless is the way to go. Frameless shower doors also bring a lot more light into your bathroom, and thus can make your space feel larger and more airy. Finally, frameless shower doors are actually a lot easier to clean and are corrosion-free!
3. Built-In Storage
Built-in storage is so much more attractive than a store-bought shower caddy. Caddies take up too much space, are hard to clean around, and typically end up breaking or rusting. Instead, include plans for built-in storage cubbies in your design. Built-in storage offers not only a practical solution to shower storage, but it also provide a design detail you can accent with custom tile.
At Clinton Glass, we make frameless glass shower doors that are custom fit for your shower. To get started designing your custom shower door, contact us today at (860) 664-3711. Our team at Clinton Glass has been helping residents in Clinton, New London, and New Haven, CT, with all their residential and commercial glass needs since 1997.