Shower Design Ideas - What Shower Enclosures are available?
Showers are a quintessential feature of any dream bathroom – but are you aware of the shower enclosure options you have available to you? Never fear - soak.com is here to save the day!
We have a quick and easy guide for you to get stuck into that explains the in’s and out’s of shower enclosures - once you’re in, you’ll never want to get out…
Here at soak.com, we have numerous shower enclosure options to suit your personal tastes and requirements that will add luxury and style to your bathroom space. Each of our shower enclosures are manufactured from the finest materials, providing quality and durability.
You have two options – either a full enclosure that is made of one or more panels to create a shower space or just a single door that, along with a shower tray, can be slotted into a pre-existing space. A full enclosure creates the space to fit a shower, whereas a door can make a shower with space already available to you. Ta-dah!
If space is at a premium in your bathroom, a quadrant shower enclosure may be the answer. Renowned within the bathroom field as being a handy space-saver with sliding doors, this is ideal for smaller bathrooms or even an en suite. We think it is a perfect way to transform a lifeless corner (and impress your guests).
Stylish and functional in equal measures, the sliding shower door enclosure is one of the most popular on the market and it’s not hard to see why. The sliding door is a space-effective option that is also strong, sturdy and safe. The modern design will add some panache to your bathroom without being too over the top or stylised.
If access space is a concern in your bathroom, then listen up! This is a shower enclosure to strongly consider. The door is split in half and condenses to ensure easy access. The bi-fold design allows for the door to collapse in on itself, preventing it from opening out into the room. It is the ideal space-saving solution for those with modestly sized bathrooms or en suites
Pivot shower doors are a brilliant solution for bathrooms that have a shower enclosure situated in an alcove. You can pop a pivot door slot into a specific space as it pivots at the top and the bottom of the frame. This also allows it to open and close. As the pivoting pins are placed as close to the wall as they can, the opening area is usually quite generous which allows for a wide entrance size.
Shower Enclosure Buying Guide
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