The previous types of screens generally work best in larger bathrooms because they can take up a lot of space and seem too big in a small area. For smaller bathrooms, you should consider a folding multi-panel screen. These can be pushed up and stored in a small area by your tub, or pulled out to cover the same space as a frameless screen. This way they only take up space when you’re using them.
Bath screens may be better alternatives to shower curtains. They are easier to maintain and give your bathroom a much cleaner, crisper and brighter appearance. Because they are usually made of material that is able to reflect light, they help to make the area look bigger than it really is. They can add a factor of form, along with improved styling, to give your bathroom a more stylish look and feel.
One other talking point that can add volumes to your bathroom décor is the bath shower screen. Now this is one more variety of bathroom utilities that can create a great sense of taste to your bathroom and also be purposeful in its installation. Bath shower screens can be good options if multiple people want to use the washroom at one go and it is one of the ways that people have devised to get the work done quickly. With the help of bath shower screen, you can be sure that the bathroom will also maintain the cleanliness and the water from your shower wont spill over from the requisite area allocated to the shower space. The modern world technology has brought with it many ways to even revamp a simple thing like a bathroom from just a utility to a full on experimental space. It is up to as to what you can do with yours. Pick and choose according to the space that your bathroom allows you, and you will definitely see good results.
If a big bulky frame isn’t your thing, you should look at frameless over-bath screens. These screens are for baths that are surrounded on three sides. They cover the half of open side that the shower is on. They’re more visually appealing than traditional bath screens because they don’t have big metal frames. The problem I with these screens is that water can splash around the outside or through spaces between the screen and the tub. These screens are best for bathrooms with tile or flooring that won’t get water damaged. Frameless screens are available fixed, or with a hinge so they can open and close.
A second and different style of bath screen is the sliding option. This is a variation of the traditional fixed glass screen, but actually has a second glass screen that slides further along the bath and clicks into place magnetically. This sliding screen allows you to almost double the length of a normal screen of say 800mm to over a meter along the bath. This sliding bath screen is ideal where power showers or body jets are being used as it extends the protective area further along the bath and stops spray from escaping the shower area.