Bathroom. Friday , September 08th , 2017 - 05:00:10 AM
There’s something poetic about this small walk-in shower. It’s partly because of the black frame and the way it contrasts with the white subway tiles but also because of that small, square window and the built-in storage niche placed above the bench.
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.
As it turns out, there’s more consider before choosing marble for the bathroom than just the looks. The fact that marble requires constant maintenance and care is just one of the details. There’s also quality and price to think about. Although it’s true that this has become an affordable material lately, there’s only so much marble in the world and not all of it is of good quality. If you want it for your marble tile shower or bathroom counter, some say that the closer to Italy and Greece that marble is sourced, the better it holds up in a wet environment. If you’re convinced that marble is the best choice of material for your bathroom, perhaps you can find inspiration from what these architects and designers created.
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