As we spend more time at home, improvements from bathroom to the bedroom and beyond are becoming top of mind. For an easy bathroom upgrade, why not turn your attention to the bathroom shower screen.

Beyond function, a shower screen can affect your bathroom’s aesthetic, usage, and upkeep. Most people are unsure how to select style and practicality such as size, ease of maintenance and physical design.

For new builds, rebuilds and renovations…

here are the seven S’s of selecting the perfect bathroom shower screen

  • Frameless shower screens often comprised of unobstructed thick glass secured by subtle metal clamps or a slimline aluminium frame.
  • A rounded, frameless screen can provide a softness and flowing feeling in a bathroom as well as a distinct look.
  • Frameless shower screens are uniquely designed for spatial efficacy and striking modern style. Shower doors are designed with minimal visible screw fittings and a corner slider to better utilise space.
  • When purposefully selected, the hinges and handles of frameless shower screens; framed screens can serve to define the overall look of the room and create a cohesive space.
  • To best minimise leakage, chose a shower screen with an overlapping door and a seal on the opening edge of the door.
  • A bathroom renovation can be a very expensive project, so it’s important to know what your budget is before you start and understand where you can make savings — without compromising on style.

While a bathroom shower screen may not be the first consideration in bathroom design, they can completely change or dictate the look of the space and how it ages over time.

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We pride ourselves on providing quality product at affordable prices, using the highest quality materials. Whether you are home owner, owner builder, renovator or builder, no job is to big or too small.