Shower or bathtub: What to choose?

The choice of bathtub or shower is often conditioned to the size of the bathroom, however, you must also think about the advantages and disadvantages of each of the pieces. Shower trays are designed especially for homes where there are elderly people, because of their difficulties at the time to be addressed in a bathtub; while bathtubs are well received in homes where there are children for the comfort it provide.

In the market there is a great variety of shower and bathtubs of different styles and designs for you to choose wisely. Let’s look at some.

exempt bathtubs

Exempt bathtub reproducing classic designs
Exempt bathtubs are a very decorative option in large bathrooms, where these can be appreciated well from all angles. Nowadays, the most current proposals coexist with models that recreate classic designs. The faucet that simulates the old designs reinforces the classic aesthetic of the bathroom. For toilet antique furniture and marble floors provide the final note.

Built-in bathtub
The built-in bathtubs at ground level give the bathroom a pleasant feeling of spaciousness. If you have a window to the outside, place it in front of it so as not to obstruct the entrance of natural light. Keep in mind that to make you comfortable and able to stretch, the bathtub should have a minimum of 170 cm.

shower and bathtub in parallel

In parallel and in a single space
Allocating a separate area to the water area by placing a shower and a bathtub in parallel is a very practical option because it prevents splashing in the rest of the bathroom. If you have a window, it is best to place this area under it and place transparent screens to allow the passage of light.

With a half-height wall
In elongated plant baths, planning of sink and shower in line is the option that allows you to earn more meters. The separation between the two can be solved with a wall at half height and a transparent screen that allows the passage of natural light and give the bathroom a light appearance. If you plan the wall with the wide base, you can use it as a shelf to leave toiletries or shower soaps.

A hydromassage column
Shower columns are the simplest and most economical option to have the benefits of hydromassage. These columns have thermostatic fittings and different nozzles for the massage. It is important that the column and its jets should be regulated at the height of the one who use them.

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