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2. It’s also contemporaryIn contrast to the previous vintage look, this bathroom has a distinctly contemporary style. The black-framed shower door and industrial-style vanity unit are smart and on-trend. Versatile subway tile works with this look as perfectly as it does with a traditional design. The black grout is the key to updating it, as the sharp lines replicate the other elements in the room.
6. The enclosure framed in black borrows from the bathroom’s monochrome design theme and helps highlight the shower area. Also, the strong aluminium framing gives sturdiness to the glass. The shower and the vanity are both comfortably spaced apart, giving this room a luxe, spa-like feel.
ShowerheadsA showerhead, even a rainshower one, shouldn’t sit so low that you must crouch or so high that the water pelts you rather than gently raining down. A height of 6 feet, 6 inches is typical, but this can be adjusted for taller or shorter bathers. Also keep in mind that it must project far enough for you to stand under it, which is especially important to remember when you have a shower bench or a tub-shower combination.