Shower Enclosures & Cubicles

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Often you can find bathtubs and showers in one. It is important to separate the wet room from the rest of the bathroom to prevent water from spreading. Of course, you can just take the well-proven shower curtain, but many are nowadays rather on chic, modern solutions.

Which advantages and disadvantages have real or artificial glass, which functions a shower enclosure should fulfill and which options you have in the design of your bathroom, you can read about in this article.


Which materials are suitable as shower enclosures?

If you do not opt ​​for a shower curtain, you usually want a shower screen made of glass. Here you are faced with the choice of real glass or art glass.

Both materials are sturdy and available in a wide variety of decor and tints. Real glass is a little nicer, art glass in turn susceptible to scratches and limescale. Besides, it is not compatible with all detergents. However, it offers a very good price-performance ratio and does not burden the wallet as much as real glass.

Another advantage of real glass is the possibility to coat it several times. Therefore, the so-called lotus effect is possible, which makes the water drops bead. Soap residue and dirt also lose their attack surface.


Which functions should a shower enclosure fulfill?

A shower enclosure is not only part of the bathroom decoration, but should also be functional.

First of all, it is a splash and privacy. The water from the shower head does not get on the tiles and a milky coating ensures privacy. A sturdy material means safety and resilience, so that the shower enclosure does not get scratched or even broken in the slightest impact.

Furthermore, it should be easy to clean. Limescale and soap residues are very popular and should be quickly removed with cleaning agents. If you decide for a shower curtain, make sure that you can wash it. Also a tear-resistant material is important.

As soon as you notice that your shower screen becomes porous, scratched, or that dirt and mold deposits have settled, you should consider replacing it.


Which forms and possibilities are there?

Now you are spoiled for choice in your choice of interior design. The range of shapes and options for shower enclosures is large and individually customizable to each bathroom.

• Shower cabin

The shower cubicle or shower jacket is called a comprehensive separation that separates the entire shower area. This is only possible if bathtub and shower are not connected. They are available in real and art glass and with milky stripes that run in the middle. Corner shower cubicles consist of two sides, with a door in one side that is either suitable for mounting or sliding on.

• Shower screen

The shower screen or "Walk In" consists of only one lateral component. This leaves more room for the extractor and also increases the entry. The possibilities of using this type of shower separation depends on the equipment of the bathroom.

• shower doors

With the shower doors, you have the choice between sliding doors, swinging doors, folding doors and swing doors. As a single piece they only come in such showers, which are surrounded by three walls. There, a door is sufficient as a water protection and entry. Important: Be sure to measure the dimensions and distances to ensure an accurate fit.

• Bathtub tops

Another form of shower enclosure are the bath tubs. They are used in the combination of shower and bathtub. These are also folded, for pushing or firmly anchored. They are placed along the side where the shower head is located.

• Shower curtain and shower blind

Although not quite as popular, but still functional is the shower curtain or shower curtain. The former is moved laterally, while the latter is rolled up like a blind. The disadvantage: The curtains must first dry completely before they can be pushed together or rolled to avoid mold.