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How to design a slip-proof Bathroom?

Safety is a vital parameter of a function. And when it comes to bathrooms, who would take a risk? Slips and falls are frequently occurring phenomena, yet taken for granted. To stay safe, one should take the correct measures. Though not all floors and shower bases can be made “slip-proof”, but “slip-resistant” definitely, yes.
The following segments of the article can help one keep the regulations in mind while remodeling a bathroom and especially keeping it slip-proof.

Why not try some slip-safe bathroom products to reinvent your bathroom interiors!

Mosaic tile –

Mosaic tile is frequently used on the floor of shower stalls, where wet surfaces are especially slippery, because of its traction and durability. Similarly, pebbled tiles are inherently slip-resistant, high on the design quotient and ideal for those who have an affinity for natural materials and is also safe for those twirls in the shower.

Mosaic tile

Safe style of the Ceramic or Porcelain Tile-

The tile industry uses several scales to measure slip resistance of ceramic and porcelain floor tile. Don’t forget to look for a tile with a good slip resistance rating. The more the grout lines the more slip-resistant making smaller tiles your best bet! Heavy textured tiling, too supports slip-resistance. Consider buying extra tiles in the event that a tile becomes damaged and requires replacement. Totally recommended, Dr. Fixit Flexi PU 270(I), a waterproofing agent for bathrooms to provide an anti-skid property that is even resistant to detergents and which adapts to almost any type of surface.

Ceramic or Porcelain Tile

Luxury vinyl flooring-

This kind of flooring is thicker and with textures that enrich traction. It also comes with a variety of tile patterns resembling slate, travertine, marble and other stone surfaces. To avoid the worry of warping and staining, it can also be picked in the style of planks that provide the look of wood. Unlike ceramic or porcelain tile, which can be cold and unforgiving when items are dropped on it, luxury vinyl flooring is easier on your feet. Moreover, it is easy to install and maintain.

Customised shower bases –

Standard Manufactured Shower Bases cover a range of colours, designs, and prices; these bases are constituted of solid surface materials such as onyx products, fiberglass, cultured marble, and acrylic. Custom tile shower bases are even more reliable to fit the space. Extensively available in the market, this category too covers numerous tile choices allowing a wide range of design and price options available throughout.

Adroit safety-tricks –   

The bathroom becomes the most dangerous place in the home with its slippery and hard surfaces. But keeping some safety tricks in mind with relevance to its design can help one enjoy the Arcadian feel of it.

  • Frameless shower glass walls help keep the room open and filled with light.
  • The convenient niches and the rounded edge of benches assist in making the bathroom elements handier.
  • The bathroom design can also inculcate numerous, Universal Design and Aging in Place, features for seniors like floating bench, tank-less toilets, toilet safety frames and wall mounted shower seats.
  • Placing skid-free bathroom mats and installing grab on bars or handles is a good idea while remodeling.
  • Proper elevation and floor transition design that makes things accessible and the bathroom safe at the same time, saves the day!


Thankfully, with smart design resolutions and fundamental design techniques, the idea to make the bathroom a safer and an accident-free zone is always efficacious.

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