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.
If you plan to refurbish your bathroom, consider a lot of room for showers. The showers are an integral part of any bathroom but given the benefits, one can have them as the highlight of the bathroom. Showers are available in all shapes and forms that would help you enhance the beauty of the bathroom by many folds. First of all let us assess the benefits of having showers installed in your bathroom. The showers these days do not just act as an accessory for bathing. They have evolved and with the various uses of water being identified the showers have been designed to meet the demands and needs of all the customers. But before we take a look into the how to choose showers, let us first try and understand what all benefits are there of showers. It is said that cold water showers are beneficial to health and especially after a physically demanding time when all the muscles of the body are strained and tight, the cold water showers are the most effective way to help them relax.
Bath screens come in a very wide variety of styles, materials and colours but the most popular design has always been the sail bath screen. Introduced as far back as the sixties, this style has managed to consistently out sell all other types of bath water reppellors. It has to be said, however that not everyone has the room to fit a luxurious sail bath screen above or along the edge of their bath tub and so they opt for a different style, usually either a four fold or a two fold bath deflector which simply folds back after use, prior to cleaning or as in most cases all the time to allow for space. These types are also beneficial if you have young children as they fold back easily and safely away from the flailing arms and bath toys of your children.
Bath Screens now come in different styles and formations. The choice that you make may depend on your bath and budget. Fixed screens that are made of a single sheet are easy to use and install. The disadvantage is that they are fixed and cannot move, and you will have to manoeuvre your way around them. If your bathroom has enough space, you can put them on pivots, so they can swing open for easier access to the shower. Folding bath screens are used where space is at a premium. Assembled with individual panels, they can be installed to fold either vertically or horizontally to conserve space, and opened when needed. The color and finish of the frames can be chosen to match the decor of your bathroom.
Fittings and hardware for shower screens are additionally available in various finishes making sure that you possibly can coordinate with the rest of the hardware within your bath room. For even great convenience, add in glass shelving that will actually enhance the style of solid glass. Regardless of what style bathroom you’ve got or maybe choose to design, there’s a shower screen that will make the ideal addition.