Built in Shower Shelves
Ceramic Shower Shelves, More Than a Decoration
Ceramic is an item that is made of clay through the process of repeated heating and cooling. It is a non-metal object that is closely related to glass. Ceramic is a very useful material that has a multitude of uses. From hand made painted pots to collectible chinaware and even the different bowls, plates, and trays used for dining, ceramic is a truly useful material indeed.
The items fashioned out of ceramics are not only items that are to be displayed, either. There are a number of ceramic items that are very useful both inside and outside of the four walls of the house. Roof tiles, for example, can be made out of ceramic material. Kilns are often lined with ceramics because ceramic material is also a very good insulator. As you can see, the uses of ceramics are as numerous as the forms they come in.
Let us take a few steps back and move back into the home. Through the living room, past the hallway that branches off to the staircase that leads to the second floor, the dining hall that goes to the kitchen, and the bedroom that inevitably leads to the bathroom. That is where we stop.
It is in the bathroom that the use of ceramics is most evident. From the inlaid bathroom floor tiles that you keep dry in order to prevent mishaps to the patterned wall tiles that you stare at while doing numbers one and two. The most useful of ceramic items in the bathroom, however, is located inside people’s shower enclosures.
Inside the shower enclosure is a multitude of items that are design and built with the intention of assisting a person in his day-to-day personal bathing needs. Among them are caddies and ceramic shower shelves. Even though both items allow a person to place his bathing or showering needs inside them, they do have one significant difference: shower caddies can be hung or moved about while ceramic shower shelves are often inset or built into the shower enclosure’s walls. Regardless, they both do their jobs.
Ceramic is, therefore, a material that is useful both as a decorative item and as an integral part of one’s home. The uses of ceramics, at this point in time, are barely the tip of the iceberg. Years from today, who knows what other marvels human ingenuity has in store for ceramic the sky is the limit for great innovation and ideas.