What’s not to like about the privacy one enjoys when taking a long hot shower while simultaneously singing like you just don’t care? As a matter of fact, experts have found that actually singing (also in the shower) has a positive impact on your heart rate to the point of even possibly reducing risk for heart disease.
Is it any wonder why larger walk-in showers are growing in popularity and are now actually a leading consideration for home bathroom designs?
Okay, maybe that’s a stretch. But, the truth is, when it does come to bathroom designs, walk-in showers that are doorless or no threshold are leading trends of what homeowners want and are looking for. Simply put, walk-in showers sing loudest in current bathroom design trends. Before we learn more, let’s get to know some of the various terms people use when discussing walk-in showers.
Terms Associated With Walk-in Showers
When doing research on walk-in showers, it won’t take long before one begins to see a trend in the many different terms that are being used. Here are 3 of many terms used when discussing walk-in showers:
A roll-in shower, with its tile floor, offers a seamless transition with the floor of the bathroom, which then slopes gradually allowing for the shower to drain. The roll-in shower, with its seamless transition, is the most practical choice for those with impaired mobility.
No Threshold Shower
A no threshold shower with its curbless design seamlessly extends the bathroom’s floor directly into the shower area. The seamless extension of the floor from bathroom to shower showcases a flat and consistent bathroom surface that is no longer disrupted by the typical curbing or edging that is found around the shower.
Of course, there are many more terms that are used when looking at walk-in shower options, styles, and trends. But, are walk-in showers really a leading trend for what home owners are considering for bathroom design?
Larger Walk-In Showers Leading The Way
1. Larger Walk-In Showers
2. Adaptability/ Universal Design
3. Stall Shower Without Tub
4. Radiant Heated Floors
With the shower being a leading consideration of bathroom designs, whether you are looking to add value to your home or to just add some personality to one of your home’s most important rooms, here are but a few different design ideas for you to consider when remodeling your walk-in shower.
3 Design Ideas To Make Your Walk-in Shower Sing
Imagine walking into your bathroom and seeing gray subway tile lining the walls of your walk-in shower, accented of course by a marble bench?
Warm and Modern
How about a wood themed bathroom with nice gray tiles on the floor accented by light green tiles in the shower to give your space a nice warm and modern feel.
A warm and intimate walk-in shower design is the floor to ceiling small stone look and feel.
Which walk-in shower design would you want to have in your home? Because if your shower doesn’t lend itself to letting you let off some steam, maybe it’s time to make some changes?
Sing Louder In Your Portland Shower
Are you considering a new Portland walk-in shower remodel? Let us know. At Simple Floors Portland, we’d love to help you sing louder in the shower by partnering with you to create the ultimate shower experience.
To get a closer look at the best bathroom tile trends that would best compliment your walk-in shower remodel, visit our design showroom in the Portland Metro area. Our design team can answer all of your questions and provide you the best options for your unique needs.
Now, what about those experts and what they found about singing (even in the shower)? Maybe it’s not too much of a stretch after all?
What’s Your Favorite Song To Sing In The Shower?
Thanks to science, we now know that singing (even in the shower) can help us be healthier and possibly reduce the risk of heart disease. So, what’s your favorite song to sing in the shower?
To help get you inspired, here’s a list of favorite songs others sing in the shower.
Top Songs People Sing In The Shower
1. Shake It Off – Taylor Swift
2. Hey Jude – The Beatles
3. Tiny Dancer – Elton John
4. I Want To Dance (With Somebody Who Loves Me) – Whitney Houston
5. Don’t Stop Believin’ – Journey
6. Stand By Me – Ben E. King
7. Footloose – Kenny Loggins
8. Shut Up And Dance – Walk The Moon
9. All Star – Smash Mouth
Do-tell. What’s your favorite song to sing in the shower?