A wet room is a bathroom that has no specially designated space for the shower. When you shower, there are no confining walls around you so you can splash away, anywhere you like. This is great if you loathe confined spaces, hitting your elbows on the walls or love to move around freely while showering. For those who enjoy taking longer, luxurious showers, this can actually make life more fun.
Another way of looking at this type of open design is that the whole room is now a shower cubicle! The toilet and sink are usually attached to the walls which leaves the floor uncluttered and easily cleaned. The gentle slope of the entire floor toward a central drainage area allows many owners of this type of bath to simply wash the area down right toward the drain.
Shower wet rooms are not common in many
The advantage of wet room showers is that you are not confined to a small space, nor do you have to worry about sopping up the carpet when you step out, which eventually may lead to a moldy carpet. So, you save space and still make the showering experience more pleasurable.
But there are some disadvantages, too. The disadvantage is not in the bathing area itself but its effect on
Depending on the size of the room and the arrangement of the wash basin and toilet bowl, you can make a big splash in a wet room, even if the space itself is not very large. It might be an idea well worth considering as a way to enhance your lifestyle.