Advantages of a quadrant shower enclosure

When it comes to the bathroom, your design decisions need to be practical and functional, as well as visually appealing. This includes each bathroom fixture from the toilet to the shower. A quadrant shower enclosure can be a good option for any bathroom, in any style. But what is this type of shower? And what are the advantages of a quadrant shower enclosure? Well, here at RWM Plumbing and Gas we are Preston’s leading plumbing and bathroom installation specialists. And this is our guide to everything you should know about the quadrant shower.

What is a quadrant shower enclosure?

So, first of all, what is this type of shower enclosure? Well, a quadrant shower enclosure joins two shower walls with a curved glass door. This means that you can fit a shower in any corner of the room, with minimal floor space required. You can choose from a range of quadrant shower enclosure doors, including sliding, folding and hinged. In bathrooms with a small amount of space, sliding doors are probably the best option.

What are the advantages of a quadrant shower enclosure?

Choosing a quadrant shower enclosure brings a range of advantages, including:

  • Saving space- as discussed above a quadrant shower can range in size to match the space available in your bathroom. And because of the curved front, rather than a square or rectangular design, the shower doesn’t protrude too far into the room.
  • Stylish design- a quadrant shower enclosure can suit traditional and contemporary homes. For a traditional bathroom choose a more traditional shower-head, frosted glass doors, and a metal effect frame. For contemporary bathrooms choose a solid glass shower with contemporary shower tiling.
  • Flexible for your individual requirements- a quadrant shower can be increased or decreased in size depending on the space of your bathroom. So for large bathrooms you can create a large shower space, while this design can also suit small bathrooms too.

For more information or advice, get in touch with the team today, here at RWM.