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Double Ended Shower Bath
By OLIVIA OLIVER 2,346 views

A Short Story about the Double Ended Shower Bath in the UK

Showering when you get out of bed in the morning and before you go to bed at night is a healthy activity. A warm bath is incomparable to any other experience. Showering has always been recommended to start or end your day so that you can start or end your day well. According to the climate of a particular country; morning showers should be taken. Let’s consider having a double-ended shower bath in the home. 

What are the available options?

It’s considered a luxury to take a bath that also includes a shower. A shower closure installation is a difficult task. Too bad the price tag is so high! But despite all these factors, showers have become a necessity in bathrooms. Designers have created a variety of sizes and styles so that users can have their pick. Neither has a clear advantage over the other, however. Shower users will always claim that they use a small amount of water in the shower. However, it does not apply to all shower users as it depends on who is using the shower at any given moment in time.

Only a small amount of water has used when taking a shower. It is more effective than a bath because it is more efficient. You can do it in half the time it takes to bathe. People who use the shower to bathe often cite these points as reasons to their advantage. But bathers claim it’s relaxing, relieves pain, and does other things besides relaxing them. Neither point of view is entirely correct.

Shower baths were introduced as a compromise; between those who wanted to take a shower. And those who wanted to take a bath; allowing both to enjoy. A steady and smooth flow of water in a relaxing position can now relieve pain and open the body, combining the benefits of both innovations into one.

Do you have a double-ended shower bath in your Bijou bathroom? 

So, your bathroom is bijou, compact, diminutive, petite, or, let’s face it, tiny! There are, however, shower solutions available.

There is a solution for those who want the option of either bathing or showering, but do not have the space to accommodate both. When you want to soak, you can use the rest of the bath. With a wider showering end and a shower screen installed, you get the same dimensions as a standard corner shower.

If you don’t take baths or your bathroom is too small, a corner shower enclosure may be the solution. If you want a spacious shower, opt for an enclosure with a hinged or bi-fold door and a slim frame. Likewise, if you have a small shower enclosure, bi-fold doors are ideal because they open inward, keeping drips inside the shower. Remember to consider the enclosure’s shape, as well. For example, if you have more space along one wall than the other, a quadrant or pentangle enclosure will round or cut off a corner that would otherwise protrude into the room.

Double Ended Shower Bath in the UK

Choices for the bigger bathrooms

Even if your bathroom is larger than average and you’d like a larger shower; you’ll still want to save as much floor space as possible. And you may constrain by the plumbing layout or existing windows, doors, and radiators.

Its beautiful curves and extra floor space make the quadrant or offset quadrant an attractive option. A walk-in enclosure is minimalist in design, with screen walls that seem to hover and separate showering and drying areas that leave the rest of your bathroom less wet and cluttered.

Depending on your taste and style; most shower enclosures can open either left- or right-handed. So, consider how you will use the room and how you will move around. Finally, choose an enclosure that you love: you won’t be doing this again for a few years, and your bathroom should be a place that you enjoy spending time in!

Double-ended shower bath at the Royal Bathrooms

It’s important to keep in mind that installing a shower over a bath is different from installing a shower in a completely enclosed cubicle. The flow of water in a shower cubicle can be adjusted to your personal preference, but a shower that is placed over a bath should not be too powerful, and massage jets; which are popular in shower cabins, are incompatible with an open shower. So, you can make a double-ended shower bath an enclosure with simple screens and shower jets. Search now!

Olivia Oliver

A writer who is always up for a challenge. Over the last 10 years, I've written essays, articles, blogs, sales copy, and even some creative fiction for a number of companies.