Incorporating an updated look and feel into your bathroom can be as simple as choosing a new shower. After you’ve discovered the benefits of 100 percent cast acrylic showers, you’ll be ready to pick the perfect bathware for your home. Here are eight shower design options you have when choosing your new acrylic shower.
Recessed - Where you place your shower unit matters. Installing a shower flush with the surrounding wall ensures it won’t get in the way or take room from other fixtures in your bathroom, such as a vanity or sink. This design, as seen in the Acadia 2043, is elegant and won’t take up much room.
Corner-fitted - If you aren’t looking to embed your shower within your wall, fitting it in a corner may be the next best option. Corner showers, such as the Karra 2042NA, provide a stylish, sleek look to compliment large and small bathrooms alike.
Shower seats - Whether you want one out of convenience or need, adding a shower seat is a great way to make your shower more accessible for everyone.
Glass doors - Sure, colorfully designed shower curtains can be fun to pick out, but shower doors can take your bathroom from ordinary to extraordinary in a flash.
Dome lighting - Create the perfect ambience when you mount dome lighting in your shower. Find lighting options in incandescent, halogen or LED for perfect illumination.
Grab bars - Installing a grab bar adds safety to your shower, and a modern acrylic shower design blends them into the overall layout seamlessly.
Tubshower - If you want more flexibility in how you use your bathware, try a tubshower! As the name indicates, these units are a combination of acrylic bathtubs and showers.
An acrylic base - For more flexibility with your design, 100 percent cast acrylic shower bases may be your preference. Different shapes and sizes are available to fit into your space.
When you’re ready to start your bathroom makeover, Longevity Acrylics can help. Discover our entire line of acrylic showers, bases, tubshowers and more!