With so many styles and options to choose from, designing a shower space can be overwhelming.
Firstly, think about whether you want a shower enclosure or a more open space with a shower screen. If you’re opting for an enclosure, consider which shape will work best to utilise the space available. If you go for shower glass, think about which style you like, whether that be Crittall-style, fluted or the emerging trend, etched.
Secondly, think about the space. If room is tight within a shower area, concealed fittings are the perfect choice. By hiding the pipes within the wall cavity, the fittings sit flush to the wall, reducing the possibility of bumping into them when showering and creating a sleek finished look. You can create additional in-shower storage by utilising the void in a stud or false wall to build alcoves for storing shower products, in turn maximising space on the floor.
Additionally, it’s important to consider the ways in which you can minimise energy and water consumption. One way to reduce water usage is to choose a shower head fitted with a flow restrictor. Luckily, this option doesn’t mean you end up with a substandard shower as each flow restrictor shower has been carefully designed to reduce water consumption but still offer a pleasurable showering experience. Alternatively, you can opt for a technology-led shower which enriches shower water with air droplets, making for an invigorating shower experience.
Visit the new Ripples showroom in Nottingham and discover how Sabeeha Ali can assist you in creating your perfect bathroom space.
Ripples Nottingham is open now.
167 Castle Boulevard, Nottingham, NG7 1FJ.
Call: 01156 486473