Smart Ideas To Separate Your Wet Shower Area

Smart Ideas To Separate Your Wet Shower Area


Deepa Raj

Updated on 2018-11-24

In Bathroom


Since bathroom designs have kept on evolving with time, more and more emphasis is being given on the ways to divide the wet and the dry zone. Also bathrooms these days consist of designs and storage units in various materials and finishes, which would, of course, require protection from the dampness. Moreover, the overall space planning, lightings as well as the bathroom fittings accessories will only standout when the division of the dry and the wet zone is carried out in a flawless manner.

The wet zone is basically the tub or the shower area and when separated smartly can provide the home dwellers with a great personal space that would add instant glamour to the bathroom interiors. Therefore, I am listing out a few ways to separate the wet shower area for homeowners to get inspired from.

Know The Ways To Separate A Wet Shower Area

No matter whether the bathroom is tiny or large, each space has its own style and ways to get adorned. And few such ways to separate the shower area that would also blend well with different bathroom design styles are the addition of shower curtain and shower cubicle. This could even be included easily without any structural changes!

Whereas the half wall partition, the full wall partition, the half wall partition with glass installed above, floor zoned out for the creation of different floor levels are the other various wet shower area division styles that can be achieved by bringing slight structural changes right into the bathroom design.

Here we share an example of Bathrooms With Stunning Vanity And Bathtub, You Will Instantly Fall For

Wet Shower Area

Go For The Budget Friendly Way With Bathroom Shower Curtains

●     A low-cost way to spruce up the bathroom.

●     They can bring instant change in the overall bathroom decor as they are available in various colors and textures.

●     Unlike a clear glass door, it can hide hard and cold tile.

●     For a fresh new look consider adding the basic white shower curtain and to make a statement in a neutral space, consider adding a splash of bold colors.

●     Doesn’t require a lot of space and can be an eye catchy focal point.

●     Instantly adds visual space to the bathroom interiors and pops up the bathroom interiors styling.

Bathroom Curtains

The Bathroom Shower Panel, Shower Cubicle Or Shower Doors

●     An enclosure that is constructed from toughened glass panels is definitely a great way to separate the wet shower area and maximize the use of space as the frameless series adds to the open style of the design and creates an illusion of more space.

●     Framed or frameless, the shower enclosure gives a finished look to any bathroom as they are both elegant.

●     Are available in various sizes and colors to match any style and decor.

●     Has an angle cut for a sloped ceiling or a tight space? This is the right time to introduce the customized shower unit as they are made to fit any opening and the bi-fold doors are just perfect for those tight spaces!

●     Features like walk-in shower panels without a shower tray or with shower trays are also available which can be chosen depending on one's requirement.

●     Safety tempered or laminated glass is used on these units, that allows a worry-free durability with minimal maintenance. And can be kept looking new for years by applying a protective coating that makes the glass easier to clean.

Bathroom Shower Panels

The Construction Of A Wall - The Half Wall Partition, The Full Wall Partition, The Half Wall Partition With Glass

●     Half-wall would minimize the splashing of water throughout the rest of the bathroom. Additionally, a half-wall is not nearly as visually invasive as a full wall!

Bathroom Designs

●     The modern look and feel of a doorless shower with full wall partition on both sides can give any large bathroom a sense of high-end luxury. Moreover, it will give the bathroom a more symmetrical look. Just make sure that the shower floor, slopes toward wherever the drain is located

●     These full walls also allow one to add niches for display of folded towels and decorative items.

Bathroom Partitions

●     And the half-wall with glass creates a pleasing separation and suits design where a tub and a shower area needs to be joined. It even maximizes the availability of light.

Bathroom Designing

Play With Different Floor Levels And Trick The Eye By Zoning Out The Wet Bathroom Shower Area

●     Play with the floor level to create an illusion of separate zone for the shower area. The floor level being either raised or lowered than the overall floor would help in creating this illusion instantly. Moreover, this can be achieved without any structural changes to the walls and floor.

Bathtub

●     Another way of zoning out the shower area is by opting wall tiles or floor tiles of a different tint or shade. Choose shades slightly darker compared to the rest of the bathroom or go with a contrast color from the palette to zone out the wet shower area. As a pinch of color on the walls, that's light enough to create an airy feel would be just enough to create the required concept.

Wet Shower Area

With all these ideas been pinned down, one who doesn’t even have the budget to give the entire bathroom a makeover, could easily plan out accordingly and make the shower area the focal point. The basic point is not to squeeze too much in, just team it along with the right set of accessories such as lighting, mirrors, smaller decorative accessories and instantly transform the space to create a private heaven.

Lastly, take a read of the most important Bathtub vs. Shower, Which is Perfect for Your Bathroom?

And an example of one such video uploaded on our Youtube channel



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Deepa Raj

written on Sun, 12/10/2017 - 08:02

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