It’s easy to see why the demand for shower enclosures and wetrooms has grown significantly over recent years. For small or awkward developments, omitting a bath makes perfect sense. Manufacturers are delivering a variety of options with solutions such as the new easy-to-install Original6 from Kudos, offering pivot, straight and curved sliding doors that have also been designed to cater for recessed and corner installations.
Lakes are delivering showering spaces that combine tray options with a choice of enclosures, as Lakes Sales & Marketing Director, Mike Tattam, comments: “It’s easy to focus on just one or two elements of a showering space, but the ultimate showering experience comes from a combination of glass, hardware, frame and the floor."
For wetrooms, or indeed any shower space area, non-slip, flush-to-floor shower surfaces are a great way to future-proof your bathroom. Bette and Kaldewei both offer a wide variety of sustainable shower-surfaces and the promise of a straightforward installation.
If your project doesn't have space for a wetroom, contemporary, minimalist shower enclosures deliver a popular, stylish solution. Novellini’s Young 2.0 is available in on-trend matt and has been created to deliver a versatile design that works perfectly with their stone textured floor. Likewise, Aqata has launched a new Reeded glass door, set to be the latest trend in bathroom design.
For discreet linear drainage, Unidrain provides a clever solution for hotel, spa and residential projects.