Spa showers have been trending for a long time, but curbless entries make them accessible for wheelchair and walker users, as well as for luxury-lovers everywhere. The hand-held showerhead and bench increase the accessibility of this spa shower.
Instead of installing a weighty shower bench in your walk-in shower, opt for a sleek floating seat that doesnt clutter up the interior. Appearing to seamlessly jut out from the rear shower wall, this thick marble ledge tiptoes into view beneath a toiletry
Walk-in shower corner for a spot to place a shower seat. Adding a white seat to the gray-tiled base lets the bench show up against walls gray-tile walls. The white seat also ties the bench to the mosaic-tile niches and river-rock-tile floor.
**Ideally, shower stalls should allow room for a shower seat, grab bars, and adjustable shower heads.** Saved for the basement reno . MOST IMPORTANTLY this has a link to 'This Old House' visuals for all the specs/clearances to remember.
white subway tile with thin grey grout lines and built in shelving with tile for the master shower/great idea to add the extra hand held shower holder back by the shower bench. I like the placement of the shower niche too! The North End Loft: August 2014