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5 Types of Shower Screen to Consider in your Renovation

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If you are in the market for a new shower screen, we’ve got you covered. There are 5 different types of shower screen available. Whether you are looking to complete a contemporary bathroom or something more traditional, you will be able to find a shower screen that suits your theme.

1. Fully Framed

As the name suggests, this shower screen features a full frame. It is the toughest and most durable type of shower screen, making it perfect for family homes and other high-traffic bathrooms. Available in both pivot and sliding form, fully framed shower screens come in a variety of styles to suit any bathroom dΓ©cor. Bathroom designers can choose from three different types of glass for the screen, including a textured option, tinted style or the standard clear glass. The actual frame can also be customised, and the powder coated finish provides a polished final look.

2. Semi Framed

Looking for something a little sleeker but still durable? Consider a semi framed shower screen. This model removes the bulkiness of an entire aluminium frame, with only the outer edge existing in this solid style. The rest of the screen is more minimalistic, helping to create a light space that appears bigger than it actually is. The base frame comes in a variety of colours, so you will be sure to find something that matches the colour palette of your house.

3. Semi Frameless Pivot

This stylish shower screen features a door that swings in and out to open. The absence of a full frame creates a luxurious look that is sure to add glamour to any bathroom. These shower screens are made with high-quality materials and are easy to clean (a real positive for those seeking to minimise the time spent on domestic duties!).

4. Semi Frameless Sliding

If your bathroom is small or has an awkward design, a sliding shower screen may be your best option. Save space by opting for this design over a pivot door, which may not be possible in tight corners. A semi frameless sliding door is visually appealing and can be incorporated into any style of bathroom.

5. Frameless

To create a bright, open bathroom, choose a frameless shower screen. This design has no aluminium framing, resulting in a clean, sophisticated aesthetic. The lack of frame means this style can be incorporated into any bathroom as it fits right into all designs and colour palettes. The chrome hinges are a special touch, completing the luxurious look.

These 5 options provide huge diversity for bathrooms and there really is something to suit every taste. A shower screen needs to be functional and durable, and with Betta Wardrobes you can be guaranteed of a high-quality product. If you are renovating your bathroom or building a new one, contact us today for more information on your shower screen options.

We can also assist with all of your wardrobe needs, ranging from standard built in wardrobes to custom designs.

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