Bathroom. Friday , September 08th , 2017 - 05:01:38 AM
Concrete is one of the best materials when it comes to shower floors. It’s a porous material and this gives it a lot of traction. However, the same thing allows it to soak up a lot of water and to avoid that you need to make sure that a concrete shower floor is properly sealed. They being said, you can’t really go wrong with a sealed concrete floor. It’s simple, easy to clean and very versatile. Moreover, it introduces a lovely texture and color into the decor.
We’ll start off by saying that a shower niche is actually a pretty broad concept. Think of this more in terms of a bathroom niche which looks great in the shower but can also be practical elsewhere in the room, like this long one which fits elegantly above the ink and toilet.
The pros definitely outweigh the cons in the case of porcelain as a material for shower floors. First of all, porcelain tiles are durable and water-proof which is already enough to make them a great choice for bathrooms. In addition, they’re very versatile and they come in lots of different shapes, sizes, colors and styles. However, they can be pretty slippery if they don’t have a textured surface so you should definitely keep that in mind.
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