To compliment your beautiful wet room
shower you might wish to contain the splashes within the shower area
with an equally attractive glass shower screen.
Wet room shower screens differ from those
we have become used to. By their nature wet room showers merge
seamlessly into the surrounding floor. By their description the floor is
designed to get wet. There is therefore no requirement to contain water
behind a barrier as there would be with a conventional shower. For this
reason, wet room shower screens do not have floor runners and/or frames
across the access. By having no need for framework flowing lines can be
achieved that greatly enhance the aesthetics of the overall appearance.
No framework also means no obstacle over which you need to step.
The position of a wet room shower
within a bathroom will of course determine the most suitable type of
screen. A mid-wall shower may for example need a single large glass
panel with entries at either end, whereas screens suitable for a corner
shower might include a curved glass panel and maybe an end panel to
create an enclosure.
Designers of wet room shower screens
have differing ideas about fixings. Some rest the glass panel directly
on the floor whereas others support the glass on a small foot - lifting
it slightly leaving a small gap at the bottom.
For your convenience we have a
selection of modern minimalist designs of wet room shower screen from
which to choose: