If you don’t have enough space to separate your standalone shower and a tub, thence a shower and bathtub combo can be a rightfully practical option. If the idea seems dull or even boring, you may do some experiments with the following tips and tricks to have your dream bathroom, in functional and decorative ways.
1. Tuck it in an alcove
A shower-tub combo built around a corner gives you extra privacy smartly and cleanly. A glass screen prevents the splashes to the rooms as well as add more sense of separate shower space.
2. Boxed in
Another brilliant way to seclude your shower and bathtub combo: building a full glass wall to enclose the shower and the tub. Here, the shower can be installed over the tub, or else, you may have it as a standalone, still inside the box.
3. Open up
If you cannot afford additional space for boxed-in, you may open your shower-tub combo space to make it a part of your washroom.
4. A brand new outer casing
A new outer casing for your bathtub is like buying a new outfit for yourself. This is going to create a different look and atmosphere to the room.
5. Ceiling-mounted shower head
The overhead shower still can be complemented with hand-held attachment. If you want something different, change the round shower head to a square or rectangle one.
6. Shower curtain statement
For a less “bathroomy” look, you may choose a shower curtain as the star of the room due to their design, motif or color. This shower curtain panel will disguise your shower and bathtub combo in a nice-looking way.
7. Fresh, cheerful tile backsplash
Instead of common neutral shades of subway tiles, rather go for your favorite bright color palettes to eradicate the dreary side of your shower-tub combo.
Those are some applicable ideas to spruce up your functional shower and bathtub combo in certain expressive styles.