Contemporary BathroomContemporary Bathroom, New York
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Take out the door if it’s causing problems. Who says you need a door anyway? And look into heated floors if you decide not to have a shower door. Floor heat is very good at keeping the bathroom floor dry in addition to warm.Tip: If you plan to have a doorless shower, you’ll need to be extra careful when using a handheld shower fixture. A fixed showerhead or rain head (such as the one in this photo) will keep the water inside the new shower.More tips on working with a doorless shower
Shower wall. A neutral blend of mesh-mounted tile adds visual and tactual texture to these shower walls, and it extends onto the floor, continuing the look. This one is a staggered random stone tile called Falling Water, named after Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece built over a waterfall. From Stone and Pewter Accents, it can be purchased at Artistic Tile and Stone. Larger coordinating tile covers the rest of the floor.
If the shower wall tile is suitable, bring it all the way down to the floor for a clean, uninterrupted look. This one is a staggered random stone tile called Falling Water from Stone and Pewter Accents. It can be purchased at Artistic Tile and Stone.