We’ll start off by saying that a shower niche is actually a pretty broad concept. Think of this more in terms of a bathroom niche which looks great in the shower but can also be practical elsewhere in the room, like this long one which fits elegantly above the ink and toilet.
Marble gives a luxurious look to any space it’s used in. As a shower floor material, however, that comes with a price. Marble scratches and chips easily so it might not be the best option in this case. In addition, it’s a porous material which can be easily damaged by certain substances and you need to choose your cleaning products and toiletries carefully. Then there’s also the price which might discourage some, compared to other materials.
Open shelves and bathrooms go hand in hand. There are lots of things in here that need to be accessible, things like toiletries and beauty products or even decorations. Open shelves let you store and display these things right where you need them without making any big changes to the bathroom’s decor or layout. They’re just extra features which you can add at any time.
Before you get all excited with the idea or repurposing a cabinet as a bathroom vanity, take a moment to consider things like the humidity in the room, the size of the space and the style that works best for it. You might realize that a more open design would suit the bathroom better. In that case, check out Smalltownrambler to find out how this semi-floating vanity was built.
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