Historically, a shower area would typically feature a high-profile shower tray, perhaps a clunky bi-folding shower door, and an exposed valve shower system with a hose & rail set. The modern solution to this space would likely be an affordable wetroom; a tray underneath the tiles (see below), a single Wetroom panel and a concealed shower valve with a ceiling head shower & wall mounted hand shower.
An under-tile Wetroom tray has aesthetic and practical benefits. A Wetroom tray does not add on any height to your floor; therefore the floor tiles will look fantastic as they reach every corner of the room and the pattern is uninterrupted. Your Wetroom floor will also be far easier to clean than a raised shower tray.
A clear or smoked glass (below) is undoubtedly the most elegant and functional format for a shower enclosure. With no moving parts to break and no interrupting lines; a Wetroom panel offers beautiful aesthetic with an easy-clean, durable functionality.
Lastly, the concealed shower valve (below) means only a sleek control panel is visible, and there is no exposed pipework to keep clean.
The best thing about all these beneficial trends is the price tag; acquiring your dream wetroom can be easily done on the same budget as a standard shower enclosure. So when you next come to refresh your showering space, consider a Wetroom; plenty of added benefits with no compromises and at an affordable price!