Standard sizes for bath screens are either 12 or 24 inches wide, and 50 to 60 inches high. If you do your own design, be sure to take accurate measurements to determine exactly what size will be most suitable. After determining the screen requirements, there are the other parts needed, such as the hinges, door handles, and panel attachments. Shower curtains, although still very popular are being replaced by screens when bathrooms are re-modelled. It is easy to see why, as the screens are more versatile, and offer more styling opportunities.
When choosing a shower bath screen it is important to know how much room you have in your bathroom, and then how you want your bath screen to fit within. If there is limited space in your bathroom, then it may be a wise choice to opt for a folding shower screen. A bi or tri fold shower door allows you to benefit a shower bath, without sacrificing any space. Shower bath screens are seen as more advanced than the shower curtain. They offer the bathroom protection from water damage, are considered hygienic and provide a sleek style and design. There are many different types of shower bath screens on the market and include; fixed pivot bath screens, folding bath screens and sliding bath screens Fixed or pivot screens are made from toughened glass for safety reasons Sliding bath screens are a great way of providing extended your coverage. Folding bath screens also offer extended cover and due to their flexibility, facilitates moving out of the bath much easier.
However, there has always been the option of having a shower unit installed over a bath. This was achieved by using a shower curtain and rail system to deflect water back into the bath. Whilst this option is still used, the shower curtain was a messy affair, stuck your body when wet and did nothing for the look or style of your bathroom.
They may also be more cost effective when providing needed protection, and, with the variety of options, including colors shapes and sizes, along with different frames, they can provide an easy enhancement to upgrade the appearance of your bathroom. Screens are also much easier to maintain and keep clean than shower curtains. Bath screens are not only functional, but they can enhance the appearance, by adding some beauty and appeal while offering protecting from water damage to surrounding surfaces. Bath screens are available in a wide range of shapes, and sizes and finding one to suit any particular setting is an easy task.
Bathroom design is becoming more adventurous, and more options are being continually explored. New materials, fabrics and colors are now being used in bathrooms. Approaches to design include a bolder and more stylish look to the components in the bathroom. The typical configuration for most bathrooms is having the shower head over your bath tub. But when the shower is in use, water will often be sprayed or deflected outside of the shower area. Bath screens can be used to confine water within the shower area, to protect other surfaces, such as the floor and walls.