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Toronto Interior Design Group added this to 10 Tips for Designing the Perfect Shower6 June 2021

Curbless showers, on the other hand, feature a continuous transition between the bathroom floor and the shower floor, making them safer to use — no potentially hazardous step over a curb. This also makes them wheelchair-accessible.Curbless showers offer a minimalist, elegant aesthetic and can help create a bright and airy feel, which is especially appealing in a small room.To achieve proper drainage in a curbless shower, you’ll need to lower the shower floor below the bathroom floor to create a slope to the drain. That means that switching to curbless can sometimes be tricky in an existing bathroom if you’re not raising the level of the flooring in the entire space. Again, talk to professional design and remodelling pros about what’s possible — and practical — in your space.The recommended minimum slope for a curbless shower is about 4%, or a half-inch drop per every 12 inches from the shower walls to the drain.10 Bathroom Design Features Pros Always Recommend

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lenav added this to Utah master2 days ago

like the double sinks on vanity. like the tile backsplash all the way up wall

Chad H added this to River’s Edge4 days ago

Glass shower surround for upstairs Master.

nbarbey added this to Bathroom16 October 2021

The long mirror that goes over both vanities

ronnacraig added this to Bathroom15 October 2021

integrated storage in shower is perfect

Project51 added this to Philip's Ideas13 October 2021

Steve and Avalina's bathroom. No curbing.

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