This installation has used more than one design of panel in the overall design. The inside of the shower is lined with our Mosaic effect wall panels. These have been limited in use to just the cubicle area as you will notice that just outside the frame of the shower the panel colour changes to a marble effect finish. This is a popular way a delineating between the shower area and the rest of the bathroom. Also in the picture can be seen our Coving Trim where the panels meet the ceiling and Corner Trim where the marble panels return around the wall.
Bi-Fold Shower Door with Mosaic Wall Panels
The shower cubicle in this installation utilises a bi-fold door which opens into the cubicle. The door is split in two and folds in half via guides within the frame. The frame itself is a polished silver finish which closely replicates the look of chrome, which means that other fittings within the room will tie-in with the colour scheme. The glass has a striped modesty panel printed onto clear glass – this has partly interrupted the view of the mosaic panel if you look further down the image. Most cubicle manufacturers use toughened safety glass in the manufacture of doors
and side panels to ensure customer safety in the event of the glass getting smashed.
There is a mixer shower attached to the right hand cubicle wall with the shower head held in place utilising a slider rail kit (this enables the shower head to be adjusted for height as required). The pipework for this mixer has been supplied from the rear resulting in a very neat appearance. The customer has also added a corner storage rack inside the cubicle to provide a home for shampoos and soaps etc. When fitting any items that require holes be made through the panels it is vital that silicone sealant is used to seal and gaps and ensure no water can find its way through the shower wall panels.