If you're in the midst of a full-scale bathroom remodeling project, chances are you're designing everything down to the most minute detail so you won't have to change it a few years down the road. In an area without a tub that is used primarily as a stand-up area, a shower base could make your life a lot easier in the years to come.
A shower base may seem like an afterthought in the world of interior design, but it can drastically improve the cleaning ability and traction of your shower. Many of these bases are riveted to provide additional traction, which can help you avoid having to use a bath mat.
These bases provide a snug fit against the wall of your shower. With the amount of soap scum and grime that could get in between the wall and the base, having a tight seal will allow you to clean up this area much faster and help it avoid deteriorating over time.
There are plenty of bathroom accessories to consider when designing your bathroom, but finding any means of making it easier to clean should be at the top of your list.
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