Are you interested in adding a shower niche or any other type of shelving to your shower? From design to utilization, there are a lot of things to consider. Let’s discuss the types of shelving that you can have installed during your next shower remodel.
Types of Shower Shelving
Shelving such as your shower’s niche does not just have to be practical, it can also be a design feature for your bathroom. Additionally, shelving can be customized to add a pop of color or a unique tile design to your shower. This can be compared to the idea of having an accent wall in your home. Also, shower shelving goes beyond niches. Here are a few types of shelving that you can have installed in your shower during your next remodel:
- Niche shelves: These are built-in shelves that can add depth to your shower. Rather than sticking out of your shower wall, this type of shelving appears to be a shallow “cut out” of your shower for you to place your shampoo, body wash, and other hygiene products.
- Corner shelves: This type of shower shelving is a great option for those who want to add a three-dimensional feature to their showers without letting shelving take up too much space. Corner shelves are compact, and you can have multiple shelves installed in one corner or multiple corners of your shower based on how much space you would like to use.
- Grab bars: While often utilized as a necessity for disabled or older clients, grab bars can have more than one type of usage. Grab bars can double as a shelving feature for your shower. Crafted with a built-in shelf, these products are sturdy to hold on to and look like a metal basket with a bar.
Contact Tundraland for a free quote and to learn more about our exceptional shower remodeling services. We are proud to utilize American-made products to enhance our clients’ showers with custom designs and features that they can enjoy for many years to come.