Bathroom / September 4, 2018 / Sadie Brumfield
On the side or both sides, depending on the layout of the toilet, in the shower or tub, and when getting out of the shower or tub are good places for these bars. Sinks and vanity areas are not as common, but rails can be used anywhere they are needed. There are small bars that can fit into tight spaces, and much larger bars that are designed to be used in showers and next to toilets when there is plenty of wall space available.
This gives you the highest number of choices possible as your needs change over time. Not all shower heads are created equally. Some offer just a standard spray, while others do so much more. The angle of the shower head also matters, as some of them are designed to rain down water and others shoot water at more of an angle. Both can be good options, and choosing a shower head that allows you to have a selection of sprays in the future can help reduce the chances that you will need to make changes or upgrades later.