Shower Bath

Your family can have the best bathing experience when you choose a shower bath that accommodates the needs of everyone in your family. Bathing is a necessary ritual you and the children need to do daily and when you have a quality shower bath. You can relax in the comfort of your bath, or grab a shower quickly depending on your schedule. Think about some of the points below as you try to determine if a shower bath would work well for your family’s needs and preferences.

  • Do you have young children who prefer to take a bath before bedtime and will they be using the bathtub in your bathroom? If the answer to these questions is yes, you should have some storage area for their towels, robes, toys, and shampoos that is within reach of your bath. Help them into and out of the bath to prevent falling; this will require that you have enough room for you to manoeuvre around as you help them. You will need space at the end of your bath, such as the Carron Shower Bath collection provides, so that you can easily reach the children to help them bathing.
  • Next, you should think about older relatives who may be living with you. If they will be using your bathroom for bathing purposes, make sure that the shower bath that you purchase is made from quality materials that give them the support that they need to be safe. Ask your supplier about accessories that you can buy such as grab bars and non-slip mats that ensure the safety of older family members. Pay special attention to the flooring that they will step on when they get out of the bath. Never use rugs that will slide or slip and avoid having them step onto tile that can be quite slippery.
  • Finally, think about your own schedule and which type of bathing you like the most. If you’re always dashing out the door late in the morning, a quick shower is probably what you need. But if you enjoy soaking away your worries and stress when you come home from work, you’ll also want a bath in which to lay back and relax. It’s a good idea to explore all of your options and remember to shop within your budget. Depending on your preferences, a shower bath would probably be the best option for you to consider when replacing your old bath or shower.

As you get closer to buying a shower bath, take measurements of where you want to put it and consider the sizes of the people in your household who will be using it. You must buy the right size so that you can bathe in comfort without being cramped and so that you can use the space that you have in your bathroom effectively.


Hey there, I’m Tiffany! I’m a work-at-home mom of two rambunctious children (Jasmine, 9 + Sean II, 5) and recently widowed at just 35 years old. I've remarried and currently live right outside of Baton Rouge in Denham Springs, Louisiana with two adoring cats and a dog. Let's connect on Twitter @fabulousmomblog.

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