If you are shopping for shower cubicles you will soon find that there is a large variety of options to choose from. You will need to decide on the type of shower you want and what features are important. If your bathroom is small you may opt for a small corner shower unit. If you have a large, luxurious bathroom you might put in a double shower with a clear glass shower screen. If you want to have a spa shower you will need to choose your shower panel accordingly. The type of shower you install and the type of shower screens you invest in will most likely depend on how much money you have available, how large your bathroom is and how it is decorated.
Economical Shower Screen with Shower Units
If you do not have a lot of money to spend on renovations you may opt for a cheaper unit. Even so, it can still be stylish and add charm and appeal to your bathroom. Some people find that buying shower kits is fairly inexpensive. These are designed so that the average person with some handyman skills should be able to install the shower, including the flooring and shower screen themselves. Of course, if you also need to install plumbing you will need to hire a professional for at least that part of the installation.
Prices also vary a lot depending on the material shower screens are made from. For example, Plexiglas screens are usually quite a bit less expensive than genuine glass shower screens. There are a lot of different options to choose from when it comes to shower screens. Some are transparent while others are opaque, or opaque with designs and patterns etched into the screen. You can also find different sized screens, with some reaching from the floor to the ceiling and others reaching only as high at the shower head placement.
Designer Shower Screen with Shower Units
If money is not a concern you may like to install a designer types. Oftentimes shower screens are placed around a shower that is installed over a bathtub. There are many different designs to choose from, however most of these types of screens are only a few feet wide, simply wide enough to protect the floor around the bath from water spraying from the shower. Folding types are great to place around a bath as they enable the screen to be pulled fully shut while showering, or opened up to any desired width; while still protecting the floor and surroundings. Other designs are full sized, enclosing an entire shower cubicle. Some designer units make great use of colored glass shower screens which blend in with your other bathroom décor; blue is a favorite choice.
Creating a sanctuary in your bathroom is well worth the effort, time and money invested in it. While bathrooms can tend to be somewhat neglected when it comes to renovating a home it is the one room that can be outfitted in style for a fairly reasonable cost. It is usually relatively simple to decide on a bathroom theme that does not have to cost a lot of money.