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Why to Put Your Tub in the Shower

Save space, cleanup time and maybe even a little money with a shower-bathtub combo. These examples show how to do it right Full Story
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jojodave
I am imagining all the places for mildew and soap scum to grow and be impossible to clean
September 11, 2013 at 3:21AM     
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ellyk124
Really you put the tub in your shower? Yes we did. In our 1869 rowhouse we wanted it and we did it. What others think really doesn't matter. Overhearing a neighbors relative crowing over and over "who puts a bathtub in their shower?" hearing this just made me realize there is a lack of imagination and creative space planning for properties with little or no room to expand. As we move into the concept of "right sizing" our homes to create functional living spaces we need to bypass the nay says and explore options that suit current lifestyles. With that said many options can be had with tub in shower. If no threshold you may have an ADA space for someone with disabilty. If you install steam you can woodplank the top of the tub and have a sauna. Showering and bathing more than one family/person at a time (again right sizing). For us, the list of positives goes on. To those who see negatives like soap scum on the tub? Really? Don't you deal with that any way?
September 11, 2013 at 4:52AM     
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