Relax and Unwind in a Stylish Shower Enclosure

If you live in an apartment in the city, or simply have a smaller bathroom than you’d like, the chances are you don’t have a bath. You spend your mornings (and sometimes your evenings) in the shower enjoying a few minutes of relaxation before you head off to work or get into bed. Even if you’re lucky enough to have a separate bath, a shower enclosure is still a great space to relax, and is a far more convenient option in the morning than a long hot soak in a bubble bath. Read our handy guide to shower enclosures to see if this product is the right choice for your home.

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Styles of Enclosure


Your bathroom should be a light, airy, contemporary space – although some people prefer a traditional look when it comes to their bathrooms, this doesn’t mean that your fixtures and fittings can afford to look grubby and dated. The best way to update a tired looking space is with a brand new shower enclosure. The type of enclosure you choose will depend on your budget and available space, but here are some of the most popular types of shower enclosure available:

Walk in shower enclosures

Square shower enclosures

Rectangular shower enclosures

Curved shower enclosures

Hydrotherapy shower enclosures

A square or rectangular shower enclosure is one of the most popular choices and is ideal for both traditional or contemporary bathrooms, whereas a curved shower enclosure is a more modern style which looks best in sleek, minimalist bathrooms. Walk in enclosures are the perfect choice for wetrooms, but don’t work well in smaller bathrooms. For the ultimate in luxury, a hydrotherapy shower enclosure will allow you to enjoy the feel of a mini-steam room, perfect for relaxing after a long day.

Types of Doors


When choosing a shower enclosure, you need to think about the type of door that’s best. Here are some of the types of doors that are available:

Sliding doors – ideal for smaller bathrooms where space is limited

Bi fold doors – If there’s no space for a door which opens outwards, a bi fold door which folds in a concertina style is perfect

Pivot doors – whether you choose to hang a pivot door for left or right access, it’s essential you have enough room to open a pivot door – these are best for larger bathrooms

There are a variety of options to choose from when it comes to creating the perfect shower enclosure, from chrome effect frames to frameless styles and a variety of patterns or designs for your shower glass panels – the options are endless!

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