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Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to The Ultimate Guide to Bathroom Ergonomics20 January 2019

9. Dimensions of shower areaThe shower area should be at least 30 inches wide.Avoid placing the floor drain just below the shower; the user may step on the drain while bathing, which might result in a flooded floor.Install glass shelves at a height ranging between 44 and 54 inches for quick access to shampoos and soaps. One can also go for a niche for placing these bathroom essentials, as in this example.Keep the toiletries away from the shower spray to prevent water from collecting inside the soap dish.The height of the showerhead should be around 6 feet 6 inches from the floor, which can be adjusted according to the height of the user. The height of the hot and cold water mixer should be 4 feet above floor level.Make provision for a built-in seat, with a grab bar for safety, because this is the wet area of the bathroom and there is a risk of slipping.Ensure safety with anti-skid floor tiles, especially in the wet zone of the bathroom.

Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to 10 Fresh Ways to Use Glass in Bathroom Enclosures9 January 2019

1. Clear glass Frameless shower doorFor a clean-lined and minimalist look, go for frameless shower doors. These glass cubicles are customised as per the bathroom dimensions. Note: One must use silicone shower seals to waterproof the gaps in the junction of the glass door and floor surface.

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Heather Anderson added this to Master Bathroom2 days ago

HANDLES ON DIFFERENT WALL than shower head! I like that!!

Harry Stein added this to Harry's Ideas6 days ago

Bench with glass shower and freestanding tub

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