2019 is the year you will finally take the plunge! After months of wishing, hoping, and planning, you have decided that this will be the year that you create the spa-like bathroom of your dreams. Imagine coming home from a long, hard day to a tranquil oasis where you can relax and wash away your troubles. This is the year, and Indy Renovation is here to help you make it happen. We are Indianapolis’ premier bathroom remodeler and we can provide everything you will need – from the design to the plumbing. To get you started on your dream bathroom plans, here are four hot new trends in custom showers for you to consider.

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1. Spacious Shower

Not into soaking? An extra-large shower can be just as relaxing as a bath. Consider skipping the tub and installing a spacious shower instead. With that extra space, you can include body sprays, multiple shower heads, therapeutic lights, and more. 

2. Seated Shower

A large shower also provides room for seating. Consider a long bench along the wall for a shower in which you can relax and unwind. You can even add a luxurious steam feature to truly create a spa-like experience.

3. Roman Shower

This exciting new shower trend is an open shower, without doors and without a rim to step over. Not only does it look beautiful, it is perfect for people in wheelchairs or that use walkers. 

4. Rainfall Shower Head

The ultimate bathroom feature that provides both luxury and relaxation is the rainfall shower head. These nifty gadgets are designed to make their water output resemble anything from a light drizzle to a heavy downpour. With the best models, you can adjust the settings and the water flow to a full range of rainy-day outputs to best suit your current mood. 

Are you ready to make your bathroom dreams a reality? Contact Indy Renovation at (317) 375-4464 for more information on our wide range of services, including custom showers, walk-in tubs, custom tile, and complete plumbing servicesAnd be sure to check out what our happy customers have to say!








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