How to soundproof my room which is next to a noisy shower?

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  • Kelli L. Milligan Kelli L. Milligan on Apr 25, 2019

    Add a tall bookcase, full of books on the wall where the shower is or a wardrobe. Move bed to opposite side of room. The only other thing is to tear out the drywall on bedroom side and insulate.


  • Oliva Oliva on Apr 25, 2019

    Cork panels are excellent sound absorbers. Multiple folds in heavier fabrics, plush rugs, heavier draperies, wooden furniture rather than metal, which can amplify sound. Glass should be covered, if possible. Textured surfaces absorb more sound than flat surfaces, which cause sound to bounce.

  • Mogie Mogie on Apr 25, 2019

    My hubby hung heavy blankets (he has a music room). That is the cheapest way since you can go the Goodwill and get them for under $5. That is what a lot of poor musicians do.

  • Debbie Debbie on Apr 25, 2019

    I think I’ll try that! Thank you

  • You can insulate the wall cavity between the shower and your room.

    • Debbie Debbie on Apr 27, 2019

      That’s a great solution, but it’ requires more effort than I can expel

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