Shower Enclosures to Suit Different Spaces

Considering a shower room? Or keen to incorporate a good sized shower in your bathroom? Here are some key points to consider with ideas to suite different spaces. (Image: Matki)


If you are after an amazing shower experience with the space to do so, it may be worth incorporating a steam shower complete with seating. Choose a mosaic tile to break up the two spaces and step up the floor to avoid a weird tile change. (Image: Amberth)


A master bathroom needs both bath and shower and a bespoke option can help you to achieve a space that works for your personal needs and requirements, giving you the flexibility introduce a shower in your desired space. A large bath and nice sized shower that sits side by side achieves a minimal look yet lacks no essentials. (Image: Amberth)

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Simplicity sometimes beats all! If your space is small, keep things simple with a unique touch. A frosted shower screen can be a great choice for a small shower room, giving the space privacy. Contrast the tiles to inject a little character. (Image: Pivotech)


A loft space is a great place for a walk-in shower! Use colours that can be easily adapted for a space that can also have changeable uses. This space would be great for a yoga area and could equally double up as a guest bedroom. Keep the colours bright and welcome natural light. (Image: Matki)

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For a small shower room to work in a small flat as the main wash room, be bold with finishes, fixtures and fittings and bring your small shower room alive! Allow the space to reflect both male and female presence keeping the colours neutral with a patterned tile, as seen here with the floor tiles. A monochrome space will welcome coloured accessories. (Image: Amberth)

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