Building a New Shower? 3 Ways to Customize It

Having a custom master bathroom will help you spend every morning and night getting ready feeling more relaxed. One of the places that a lot of homeowners tend to spend a lot of money on is their master shower. To help make your shower more custom overall, there are a few things you may want to consider. 

Unique Shower Heads

Double Showerheads: If you are the type of person who likes to shower with your significant other or if you are large in stature, then you may want to get some double showerheads. Double shower heads are usually placed on either end of a large shower so that you can fit two people in there or so that you can wash your hair and your face all at once. 

Rainwater Showerheads: Another fun trend that you may want to consider incorporating into your shower design is a rainwater shower head. These showerheads come out of the top of the shower (the ceiling) rather than the side of it which can create an entirely unique showering experience. 

Multiple Showerheads: Having multiple shower heads that come from all angles will help you get as clean as possible. Plus, you can adjust the shower heads if you don't want them all on at one time. 

Shower Niches

If you have ever had a shower without any place to put your soaps, shampoo, and conditioner, then you know just how frustrating it can be every time you shower. Not only do you not have any place to put these things, but they tend to fall every time you get into the shower. To make sure everything has its place, get some custom shower niches installed in your shower. If you are having custom tile work done on your shower walls, they can build out a shower niche or two depending on how much you need. Things to consider in a shower niche include extra shelving so that you have more storage, deep niches for larger bottles, or multiple niches. 

Shower Doors

Shower doors can either make or break the overall design of your shower. When choosing glass shower doors you can get something that has panels in them (like windows) or ones that are solid glass. Depending on the overall style of your bathroom will help you determine which option is best for you. 

Another trend that people are considering is showers that have walls of glass on the exterior but that are completely open on the side so that you can enter your shower without worrying about closing a door. If you do choose an option like this, just make sure that you have the proper drainage and clearance so that water doesn't get all over your bathroom floor when you turn it on.