Nowadays, it is bathrooms and kitchens which help to sell houses. With space at a premium, you want your bathroom to be sleek and functional, and a modern shower curtain is essential to prevent shower splash. However, shower curtains do not have to be boring and mouldy anymore. This article will give you some tips when investing in a modern shower curtain, which could really make a difference in your bathroom.
Shower curtains are essential, not only for privacy but to prevent splash across your bathroom, which is important for shower safety as wet floors often lead to slips and injuries. However, gone are the days where you have to have a mould ridden shower curtain. Cheap curtains Cheap curtains are available from stores such as Primark, Homebase and B and Q, and are available in classic plain styles or with funky patterns if you want to spruce up your bathroom and add a splash of colour. Shower curtains can be easily attached via a curtain to a shower in a tub, or around shower pans, and are easily interchangeable if you like to switch your style. Furthermore, with advances in materials, modern shower curtains are mould resistant as many of them are plastic as opposed to nylon materials which have been used in the past. To prevent moulding on your new shower curtain, leave it drawn to allow it to dry, as mould will also make your bathroom smell and encourage damp.
Aside from shower curtains, custom shower doors are also a very popular choice. One of the main benefits of shower doors is that they are really easy to clean, just give them a few spritzes of bathroom cleaner and a wipe down. Additionally, they are transparent, which means that they don't make the bathroom look small, which can be a risk of a shower curtain. Shower doors are usually on shower stall doors, however, shower door installation is also possible, particularly if your shower is above the bath. They are not as easily changeable as shower curtains as they need to be fitted. They can be picked up relatively at a cheap price at bathroom stores, or from DIY stores if you're confident in fitting your own.