Islington Listed Georgian Townhouse
The scheme for the en-suite master bathroom included the design of a bespoke, steel framed shower enclosure, which was housed within a beautiful light-filled part of the overall suite. The structure is wonderful in itself, but the addition of beautiful tiling and lovely brass accents, make it justifiably the focal part of the ensuite Master Bathroom.
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What are the main shower tray types? There are two main designs: low-profile and raised shower trays. “Low-profile versions are aesthetically more appealing and less of a trip hazard,” Roxanne Voskuijl says. “But if the pipework can’t be set into the floor, a raised shower tray would be the better solution, as they’re designed to allow for raised pipework. “Raised shower trays can also be used with adjustable legs, which can be useful for installing them on uneven surfaces,” she adds. Run for the Hills “The void under a raised shower tray also allows access if there’s an issue in the future or you want to replace the waste on the shower,” Nick Glendinning says. Low-profile trays usually come in thicknesses of between 3cm and 4cm, with some being as slim as 2cm. “These can be laid above the floor tiles, creating a micro step with the thickness of the tray,” Lukas Kedden says, “or they can be laid flush with the tiles, creating a seamless floor and an easier entrance into the shower.”