Published at Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 - 19:26:42 PM. Bathroom. By Luce Noele.
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Of course your walk-in shower shape will be mainly determined by the space in which it has to fit, but it helps to think outside the box. Showers can be curved, rectangular, square, and can tuck into the most unlikely of places. Consider a narrow space or small hallway that could be fitted with a walk in shower that is open on both ends and leads to your closet. The design possibilities are just about as vast as your own imagination.
Many large manufacturing brands offer a variety of linear shower drain options that are made to mold with the preferred design of your shower. Each brand comes equipped with patented technologies that keep the drain working smoothly while preventing clogs or overflow. Plus, each design can be hidden within the architecture of your shower, so you won’t have to look at or step on a large drain every time you go in.
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