Fabulous Fluted Glass Shower Screens From Drench

Fluted glass, also known as reeded glass, is making a real comeback in bathroom design. While the original style was popular back in the 70s, the modern take on fluted glass brings an effortless sense of sophistication when used for shower screens and bath screens, sitting stylishly within both traditional and contemporary settings.

We’re thrilled to be able to offer an exciting selection of fluted glass shower screens from the revolutionary Drench brand. As one of four finishes in the Drench range, fluted glass gives a sense of light and space and depth, with the practical benefits of privacy too.

Super stylish fluted glass

Drench shower screens fluted glass

More so than other kinds of distorted glass, the bespoke reeded glass shower screens from Drench offer a natural retro chic, and a subtle concealment that isn’t overpoweringly decorative. With fluted glass you get the sense of space, making it the perfect choice for a shower or bath screen in a small room. And the sleek lines perfectly complement any fixtures and fittings, while effortlessly diffusing light.

Reeded glass for practicality

As with all of the Drench screens and shower doors, the fluted glass shower screens are made with the highest quality toughened and safety glass, and are treated with a special coating to make them easy to clean. Reeded glass offers many practical benefits, with privacy being just one. Using fluted glass on vanities is also a great way of displaying bathroom products, without fully revealing them.

Drench shower screens

Drench bath screen in classic grid style

The innovative Drench shower screen collection offers made-to-measure screens in an extensive selection of styles and colours. Whatever the size or shape of your bathroom or wet room, Drench shower screens and bath screens can accommodate any space and allow you to customise the colour, style and glass effect to your own unique taste, so you can indulge in your dream surroundings.

Exciting new products

Hinged shower door from Drench Frame collection

The Drench range we offer is now expanding, with the addition of shower doors, return panels and bath screens, alongside their stunning selection of shower screens and enclosures. A reduced size version of the shower screen, the Drench bath screen offers sleek sophistication for those who love a bath, and is available in both pivot and fixed options. The innovative shower doors are both robust and stylish with a pivot or hinged mechanism and magnetic closing, for a secure seal. You can also complete the look with pull handle and towel holder accessories. And with the new range of return panels, you can add a side panel to your door to create a stylish shower cubicle.

To find out more about the Drench range of fluted glass shower and bath screens, and to view these fabulous products, please visit our large bathroom showroom in Wareham, Dorset.

Our Latest Bathroom Project In Studland, Dorset

We recently undertook a new bathroom and cloakroom project for customers in Dorset, as part of the renovation of their property. Mr and Mrs L purchased their property in Studland in April 2018, and the new bathroom and cloakroom were part of their on-going renovation of the house. At Room H20, we were thrilled to be asked to not only supply the furniture, fixtures and fittings, but also create the bathroom design. Our sister company, UK Tiles Direct, were also involved in the project, supplying and installing luxury Karndean flooring in the new bathroom and cloakroom.

Bathroom design technology

3D bathroom design for new project in Dorset

Our first task was to visit the property and assess the existing bathroom, in terms of space, and discuss with Mr and Mrs L what they envisaged from the bathroom design. Using our years of experience and the latest technology, we were able to create a detailed design proposal for our customers. Taking into account both style and functionality, we designed a new bathroom that perfectly utilised the space available, for a luxurious and highly practical room.

New bathroom fixtures and fittings

Woodstock Calypso fitted furniture with laminate beige worktop

In the main bathroom, we used Woodstock Calypso fitted furniture in Malvern White Ash, for a contemporary look, with a laminate beige stone worktop giving a chic finish. The large walk-in shower includes a Crosswater anti-slip tray and a showering package from Vado. The sleek fitted bathroom furniture is perfectly complemented by Waxman Dubai Pearl porcelain tiles. Following the same clean, modern look, we installed Roper Rhodes Plan 500 unit and basin in the cloakroom, along with Roper Rhodes Joy tap and Debut pan and the same porcelain tiles as the main bathroom walls.

Karndean luxury vinyl flooring

Bathroom cloakroom with Karndean wood effect vinyl flooring

The new cloakroom benefits from exceptionally stylish and durable wood effect vinyl flooring. The luxury Karndean flooring is an innovative and exceptionally high-quality alternative to ceramic, porcelain, stone or solid wood, making it the perfect choice for bathrooms. Digitally printed to replicate the beautiful effects of real wood, the textured surface offers authenticity with convenience and ease of care.

Walk in shower and fitted furniture in Dorset bathroom

To find out more about our bathroom design and bathroom installation, as well as the tiling services available from UK Tiles Direct, please visit our large showroom in Wareham, Dorset. Here, you’ll also be able to view our extensive selection of bathroom products, from leading brands, and gain inspiration for your own new bathroom design.

Top Three Bathroom Trends Of The Moment

These days when it comes to bathroom design, style and sophistication are equally as important as function and practicality. Now seen as one of the most important rooms in the home for indulgence and luxury, everything from funky bathroom tiles to bespoke coloured shower screens are high on wish lists for creating a space that exudes the wow factor.

Bathroom vanity unit with two sit on bowls


At room H2o we offer the very latest in high-quality and innovative bathroom products, alongside exceptional creative design technology. Let’s take a look at the top three bathroom trends of the moment, and how we can help you bring up-to-the-minute style to your dream bathroom design.

Using your walls to create a stylish backdrop

Bushboard Nuance Grey wet wall panels in walk through shower

Whether a bold statement or a subtle touch, a feature wall adds charm and interest to your bathroom. Bushboard bathroom wall panels are a great way to achieve this fabulous look and bring panache to any sized bathroom. As a chic and low-maintenance alterative to tiles, the innovative Bushboard Nuance wall panels are easy to install, 100% waterproof and exceptionally hygienic, as they don’t attract dirt or lime scale. Highly versatile and available in a wonderful selection of styles, colours and textures, these are the ideal choice for any bathroom design. With an array of gorgeous and exceptionally realistic stone effects and wood effects, you can enjoy a seamless finish and effortless glamour.

Bianco Bookmatch freestanding bath tub with Bushboard panels

Large format porcelain tiles also offer a world of opportunity for creating a striking backdrop in your bathroom. Whether you want a stylish contrast to your fixtures and fittings or the perfect complement, the range of Porcel-Thin tiles will not fail to impress. These revolutionary ultra-thin large format porcelain tiles are available in styles ranging from simple pastel shades and striking metallic finishes, to marble and stone effects, patterned and art murals – a stunning way to bring character and personality to your bathroom.

Seamless floor to wall bathroom tiles

Seamless floor to wall porcelain bathroom tiles

Large format porcelain tiles can also be used to create a seamless wall to floor finish, as can any other bathroom tile. This style statement is a serious must-have in bathroom design at the moment, and with so many fabulous tiles on offer, in a multitude of shapes, sizes, patterns and effects, you can bring this bathroom trend into any space, alongside both contemporary and traditional fixtures. The tile collections from our sister company, UK Tiles Direct, includes porcelain, ceramic, natural stone, wood effect, stone effect and mosaics – all of which are perfect for creating this up-to-the-minute look.

Bold, bright and beautiful bathroom design

Aqua blue mosaic wall tiles in large bright bathroom

From your choice of tiles to furniture and even your shower screen, there’s never been more ways to inject colour into your bathroom design, for maximum style and impact. UK Tiles Direct has a fantastic range of bright and bold tiles – from gorgeous glass mosaics in statement-making red, lime green and purple, to magnificent patterned porcelain. But why stop at your tiles? The phenomenal Drench shower screens are bursting with panache and available in an amazing choice of over 1,500 colours for you to create your unique ambience. Whether you want to go bold with blue, wild with yellow or back to nature with green, the choices are endless! Complement or contrast your walls, floors and shower screen with a coloured shower tray from Fiora, which can be made to measure in any RAL colour, or some stunning Fiora Colours bathroom furniture.

Bringing your bathroom design to life with Virtual Worlds

At Room H2o we not only offer the very best in luxury products and bathroom tiles, we’re also bathroom design specialists. With our expert planning and creative design, we can help bring your vision to life. Using the very latest technology from Virtual Worlds, and bespoke software, we can generate floor plans and 3D illustrations of your bathroom design, so you can see exactly how your dream bathroom will look.

For more inspiration for your bathroom design, visit our large showroom in Wareham, Dorset.

Drench Shower Screens Offer Bespoke Solutions in Over 1,500 Colours

Sometimes, space constraints don’t allow for standard or ‘off-the-shelf’ shower enclosures. And awkward angles, like in loft conversions or small rooms, demand more complex solutions. Thanks to the revolutionary range of Drench shower screens, we can offer you made to measure shower screens and bath screens – in a massive choice of colours and styles – to suit almost any situation.

Drench Art Deco shower enclosure in black colour

We want to help you indulge in the perfect shower experience – whatever the size or shape of the bathroom or wet room. With the innovative range of Drench coloured shower screens, it’s possible to have the shower you desire, in any colour that takes your fancy!

Made to measure shower screens for any space

Drench black shower enclosure with made to measure dwarf wall side panel

With the stylish bespoke shower screens from Drench, you can have a shower enclosure to exactly fit your space – from a small en suite or a loft extension to an end of bath or over bath screen – these made to measure shower screens can be designed to your exact requirements. Combining both comfort and style, we can help you create a luxurious and extremely practical addition to your bathroom or wet room. The stunning bespoke shower enclosures and bathr screens are available in four highly chic designs, with an array of colour and glass options. Like a traditional shower door, they have a frame around the glass panels, but with metal frames laid onto the glass to create sophisticated grids.

Bespoke bath shower screens

Drench Art Deco style made to measure bath screen with black frame

When it comes to shower screens for a bath, the Drench range offers an exceptionally stylish solution. Whether at the end of a bath or over it, these bespoke bath shower screens offer practicality and indulgence. Whatever the size of your bathroom and however the layout, the Drench shower screens can accommodate any space. If you don’t have room for a separate shower, you can still enjoy a luxurious experience by customising your shower screen in a style and colour of your choosing, giving a wonderfully chic dimension to your bathroom.  You can even utilise the space at the end of your bath with the addition of a made to measure shower enclosure, which uses a standard height shower screen, with a dwarf panel that sits on top of the bath to create one side. This is an ideal solution for small bathrooms, creating more wall space for a towel rail or even a sink.

Stylishly coloured shower panels

RAL colour chart includes over 1600 colours

The Drench range offers the opportunity to completely customise your coloured shower screen with any RAL colour. While black is always a timeless and popular choice, there are 1,625 you can choose from! Whether you want a classic look or a contemporary effect, whether you’d like your coloured shower panels to seamlessly complement your fixtures and fittings or create a stunning contrast, the Drench range offers it all. From yellows, beiges, oranges, reds, violets, blues, greens, greys, browns and whites, you can inject personality to your bathroom and even add frosted, grey, green, fluted and ultra-clear glass too.

Drench made to measure shower screens offer a beautiful blend of privacy and light, with the aluminium bars giving a sense of concealment, while natural light is beautifully diffused by the glass, giving a fabulous and sophisticated bathroom design.

See these stunning range of bespoke and coloured shower screens from Drench for yourself, at our showroom in Wareham, Dorset.

Bath Out, Shower In For Disability Bathroom Project

We were recently asked to replace a bath with a shower as part of the redesign of a customer’s bathroom in Bere Regis, Dorset. As an elderly and disabled lady, the client needed a bathroom that would offer ease of use and long-term convenience. By replacing the existing bath with a large shower, the design would work for the client now, and continue to meet her needs in the future.

Future-proofing with a walk-in shower

Replacing baths with large walk-in showers is becoming an increasingly popular choice for many people – not just the elderly or disabled. The convenience and practicality of replacing a bath with a shower gives a long-term solution for people looking to future-proof their homes, enabling them to remain independent as they get older. With the demand for these sorts of bathroom makeovers, manufacturers are now offering a wider range of large shower trays and doors with this type of project in mind. This opens up more opportunities to embrace style alongside functionality.

The disabled bathroom project’s challenges

Underfloor pipes in disability bathroom renovation
We were asked to remove the client’s bath and replace with a shower and tray to accommodate her specific needs. There were a few issues we had to overcome, which became apparent as the project evolved. To start with, we had to re-run radiator pipes under the floor and reconfigure the water supply and drainage pipework. Initially, we were only going to remove the tiles in the area of the bath, however the client then decided to remove all the tiles in the bathroom and replace with white tiles, which gave a nice sleek look. We also found that after plastering and re-tiling, the slider we’d quoted for (Simpsons Elite 1700mm) wouldn’t fit, so we had to find another with a different adjustment.

Bathroom installation considerations

Fiora shower tray in new disability bathroom
As with any bathroom design and installation, there are many things to consider to ensure the end results meet the customer’s requirements. With this particular project, we had to make sure the bathroom met the client’s needs as an elderly and disabled lady and would continue to do so over the coming years. For ease of access, we used a sliding shower door, so it wouldn’t protrude into the room and cause an obstruction and potential hazard. The walk-in shower needed a level-access shower tray and we made sure the drawers on the basin unit were easy to use too. We also had to consider the location of the seat within the shower, as well as the grab bars.

Materials used to replace the bath with a shower

Disability shower seat and grab bars in walk in shower area
We used the Fiora Silex Black slim shower tray, which was made to measure to fit the space. While Fiora do supply a 1700×700 shower tray specifically designed for replacing baths, this standard size wouldn’t fit for this particular bathroom installation. We used the Prestige 1700mm sliding door and a chrome-finished shower column from Vado, along with a Cassellie Bali Ash white unit and shower seat. To complement the black level-access shower tray, white suite and tiles, we finished the bathroom off with Karndean Opus flooring.
Easy access disability shower area with glass sliding door
Room H2o bathroom installer, Steve, sums up the project: “We removed the bath, toilet, flooring and all the tiles. We prepared the walls for plastering and tiling, installed the shower screen and vanity unit and painted the ceiling. In total, it took three weeks to replace the bath with a shower and complete the bathroom installation.”
The outcome is the client now has a highly functional and stylish bathroom that will continue to work for her in the years to come. The total cost of the bathroom installation was £8,000. Any customers who are registered disabled don’t have to pay VAT, which gives significant savings on bespoke disability bathrooms.
To find out more about our bathroom design and installation services, and to view our displays, please visit our large showroom in Wareham, Dorset.

Introducing Bushboard Bathroom & Shower Wall Panels

For style, practicality and ease, Bushboard Nuance wall panels are the perfect way to bring panache to your bathroom. The Bushboard shower wall panels are extremely versatile and, with a choice of textures, colours and finishes, allow you to create a luxurious look, at a sensible price.

Luxury shower room featuring Nuance Turin marble effect wet wall panels

As a chic and low-maintenance alternative to tiles, the Bushboard bathroom wall panels are 100% waterproof and cleverly designed to fit together without the need for metal joining, corner profiles or grout lines, creating a seamless finish that doesn’t attract dirt or lime scale.

Easy to install wet wall panels

Nuance Calacatta Staturio white marble effect wet wall panels installed in a shower

Bushboard wall panels are exceptionally easy to install and look after, offering a far less time-consuming wall covering for any wet room or new bathroom. Simple to cut and clean, they just slot together to give you a gorgeous and stylish finish. As well as working beautifully in any domestic bathroom, shower room or wet room, Bushboard wall boards are the perfect choice for commercial refurbishment and fit-out projects, where there are tight deadlines and flexibility is needed for quick installation. They can also be installed over just about any surface, including existing tiles.

Guaranteed style and glamour

Luxury bathroom featuring travertine and wood effect bathroom wall cladding

Available in a fabulous selection of styles, colours, textures and sizes, you’ll find the perfect bathroom wall cladding for any kind of décor – from traditional to contemporary. The Bushboard collection includes delightful wood effect wall panels, such as Driftwood, which flawlessly mimics the beauty of real wood, with delicate knots and grains in a stunning pewter grey colour. For timeless charm, the exquisite range of stone effect wall panels offers a variety of reproductions, in an array of wonderful tones. The luxurious marble effect wall panels bring instant elegance to any bathroom, from the dark hues of ‘Noir’ to the glorious white with grey veins of Calacatta Statuario. And, all Bushboard bathroom wall panels are covered by a 15-year guarantee, so you can be assured of a high-end look that will last.

Exceptionally versatile

Seamless bathroom wall panels in travertine effect from the Nuance collection by Bushboard

The Bushboard bathroom panels can be used in a variety of ways to bring sophistication to any bathroom or wet room. You can create a stylish splashback around the shower or toilet area, create a feature wall for a statement-making centrepiece, and even make vanity countertops, bath casings and sink casings for a wonderfully seamless style. The possibilities are endless and the luxurious look is outstanding.

Visit our showroom in Wareham, Dorset, where you can see our Bushboard Nuance wall panel displays and see samples of all the styles available. We can also install your panels for you if you want us to.

Creating Bathrooms for the Elderly That Are Safe & Stylish

With 18% of the UK population now aged 65 or over, ensuring that our homes are suitable for old age has become increasingly important. A critical concern for many elderly people is to continue to live comfortably and safely in their own home for as long as possible. But did you know that 20% of adults today find difficulty in everyday tasks such as personal care and this often goes unchecked and unremedied?

A bathroom created by Room H2o for a disabled customer in Dorset by Room H2o

We need to make sure that our bathrooms are adapted for the changing needs of our families and that bathroom aids for the elderly, including bath seats for the elderly and walk in showers for the elderly, are a priority within this so that the older generation can see out their golden years in comfort and style.

Room H2O suggests a few practical ways below in which you can make your bathroom a safer and easier place to manage as you, or a family member, ages.

An accessible bathroom layout

There are several space-specific factors to consider where accessible bathrooms for the elderly are concerned:

  • Where does the bathroom open out to (e.g. a hallway or bedroom) and is there enough space to manoeuvre a walking frame or wheelchair?
  • Is the doorway wide enough for an older person with impaired mobility to enter and exit comfortably?
  • Is the layout easily accessible e.g. is the shower placed straight in front of the doorway so it’s easy to get to without negotiating corners and turns? Is there enough room between the toilet and the wash basin for legs and/or a walking frame or the addition of a support frame?
  • Are the bathroom suite products chosen and positioned with care e.g. is there any need for a floating sink so that a wheelchair can fit underneath or a swing skin that can be moved away from the wall? Is there any need for a lavatory or bath with an adjustable height so that it’s easier to access?

Plans for and easy access disabled bathroom by Room H2o for a customer in Dorset

If executed by a skilled and experienced bathroom design company such as Room H2o, you could have an accessible bathroom that has as much style as any regular bathroom while considering comfort and safety for all. It’s possible to make your facilities suitable for the entire family, from young children to elderly relatives, and we can show you how we will achieve your vision with our in-house CAD bathroom design software.

Strike it safe with bathroom lighting

Good lighting in any bathroom is essential. Dim or insufficient illumination that hides potential trip and slip hazards makes accidents less avoidable and more likely. Make sure the lighting is bright and consistent, particularly around the toilet, hand basin and shower/bath areas. You could even consider adding low level floor lighting to these key areas to provide extra clarity.

This does not mean that functionality has to supersede flair, as well as the choice of cool (white-toned) crisp lighting and warm (yellow-toned) subtle lighting options that compliment your interior design theme you can opt for mood-lighting (including lights of different colours, contrasts and tempos) in and around the bath or shower to aid the relaxation of the bathing ritual.

You should also consider light switches, are they easy for those with impaired mobility to reach and operate? Trends are leaning towards lights with motion sensors, which are not always ideal for those who may be seated for extended periods, and large wall pads with an easy click on and off without strain.

Bathroom mirrors and shelving solutions with built-in border or back lighting can add seamless style as well as extra light while LED ceiling spot lights can add a good overall natural-light feel to brighten smaller or darker spaces that do not benefit from windows or a sky-light.

Consider a walk-in bath or walk-in shower

This luxury walk-in shower provides easy access for disabled or elderly people

Traditional baths have high sides, which can be tricky for people with limited mobility or balance issues to get in and out of. And, while useful short-term, bathtub steps for the elderly are not always the ideal future-proofing solution. Both height-adjustable baths and walk-in baths both are available as excellent alternatives.

While adjustable baths can be lowered to a more manageable step-up height, walk-in baths can be entered at ground-level and then, once the door is shut, filled to temperature. But the water will need fully draining before you can get back out of the bath. Bath seats for the elderly are also a wonderful solution for those who can’t submerge but still enjoy a good soak.

Those who would still like the occasional use of a bath with the more regular use of a shower for everyday ablutions, should consider a modern ‘shower bath’ options. A bath/shower can be fitted with a semi-frameless or frameless glass shower enclosure to make access easier. These modified designs provide adequate room for you and a carer to assist, if required.

Even a small change, such as installing a slim shower tray, will help keep the floor level and minimise tripping hazards. We can also fit shower seats for the elderly complete with foot rests, making things more comfortable if you have difficulty standing for any length of time. Shower chairs or stalls could be wall-mounted for extra stability or foldable to save space when not in use.

Remember, Room H2o are specialists in made-to-measure shower enclosures so we can design and install a walk in shower for the elderly to suit your exacting requirements and budget.

Those with limited mobility may want to consider the installation of a complete wet room – this comprises a fully waterproof level tiled floor throughout the bathroom with no ledges or trip hazards. Most contemporary wet rooms are suitable for individuals who need wheelchair access or require a shower seat on wheels.

In terms of the shower itself, it’s best to opt for a shower hose with a longer length and to have a shower head fitted on a riser, rather than in a fixed position, and on a side wall that’s easier to reach when seated. The ability to adjust or even remove the shower head means that it can used when standing or seated.

Slip-resistant bathroom floor coverings

Slip resistant black floor tiles in a wet room shower

The most obvious and important aspect of any bathroom is the floor. Remember, there is no such thing as anti-slip flooring for bathrooms. Whether you choose vinyl, porcelain tiles or natural stone make sure that you choose one which has a high degree of slip-resistance – wet or dry. Textured finishes, such as matt or brushed, are best and something like a porcelain tile that has a high water-resistance is good too. The tiling professionals at our sister company UK Tiles Direct can advise you on the best choice of slip-resistant flooring as a bathroom aid for the elderly.

The addition of an extractor fan is also good to reduce the level of ambient moisture in the bathroom during and after use. Less condensation, especially on the floor, means less chance of a slip hazard. Don’t use any rugs or mats which do not have a slip resistant backing and keep carpeting to a minimum for maximum hygiene and ease of negotiating a wheelchair or walking frame around. Underfloor heating is an excellent way to keep damp bathroom floors dry but it’s not always suitable for use with vinyl floor coverings so take this into careful consideration when choosing a surface that will tick all your boxes for practically and safety.

Use of different types, finishes, colours or patterns of floor covering could help the visually-impaired to navigate their way around the different areas of the bathroom with more ease. Eyesight often deteriorates with age and it’s not always practical to shower with your specs on!

Stylish grab rails for the elderly and accessible toilets

Stylish stainless steel grab rails installed in a shower by Room H2o in Dorset

For many older people moving from standing to sitting, or vice versa, can be difficult. This is a particular problem with modern toilets, which can be quite low to the ground. Consider replacing your facilities with a raised toilet, available in a range of stylish designs and colours and in heights from 390 mm to 460 mm. Alternatively, a lavatory with an adjustable height could be a good option.

Grab rails positioned at strategic points in the shower, bathtub or around the toilet are a must for an accessible bathroom or washroom. Modern designs with stylish finishes, such as chrome or stainless steel, which match taps and towel rails avoid the functional ‘hospital’ look while contrasting metals alongside concrete or stone-effect tiles could add an urban-chic to your overall bathroom design.

For more information, ideas or to view our selection of safe luxury bathroom displays simply contact us or visit the Room H2O Bathroom and tile showroom in Wareham, Dorset.

Afford Your Dream Bathroom With Interest Free Credit At Room H2O

Room H2o is proud to now offer 0% finance on all bathroom and shower product transactions of £500 or more with a 10% down-payment. You could visit our Dorset showroom and leave knowing your dream bathroom will be winging its way to you without the risk of paying more and waiting longer.

Luxury modern bathroom with dark wood vanity unit and walkin shower enclosure

You know that fabulous Drench DECO Black Shower Screen has been calling to you. Wouldn’t that sleek Fiora Silex Low Profile Shower Tray be just the ticket? The Alessa Period Freestanding Bath still looks divine… It’s no use, you need to dive in and create that dream bathroom! Now you can without draining your bank account thanks to our new interest free credit (0% APR representative) option for orders of £500 and over.

Interest free credit banner

Whether you’re living in a town house in Bournemouth, you’re renovating a seaside chalet in Swanage or you’re about to buy a New Forest lodge in Brockenhurst, the perfect bathroom will be one of your top priorities. It’s the place where we prepare for the day ahead and wash off our worries as the sun goes down – this should be your haven and have everything you need, no expense spared. But we appreciate that not everyone has the cash handy to pop out to a bathroom showroom like ours and buy an entire new suite, fixtures, fittings and all.

This is where our friends at Omni Capital come in. When you visit our showroom and apply for 0% finance, they’ll provide your credit decision in a matter of seconds. Once accepted, all we ask is that you pay a small deposit on the day and agree to pay the balance over twelve or twenty-four months – whichever you agree.

It’s not just bathroom and shower products that are up for grabs, our sister company UK Tiles Direct is offering the same deal on their tile collections and tiling products. This means, when you visit our Dorset Showroom, you could walk out with everything you need for your perfect bathroom – plus all the tiles and trimmings that go with it – and have up to two years to pay the balance. Not bad, huh?!

UK Tiles Direct website

For more information about Room H2o’s interest free credit for bathroom and shower products, please contact us. To find out more about UK Tiles Direct’s similar offering, check out their website.

Why We Are Shower Enclosure Experts

At Room H2o we pride ourselves on our extensive levels of expertise when it comes to shower enclosures. From our survey and shower installation services, to our shower enclosure design, we help our customers create the perfect shower experience, with a service that’s second to none.

Large industrial style black shower enclosure with grid style glass by Room H2o

Survey and shower installation

Often, space constraints don’t allow for standard, ‘off-the-shelf’ shower enclosures, and awkward angles such as in loft conversions can require more complex solutions. With our survey and shower door installation expertise, we can help you create the perfect made to measure shower – whether you just want a site survey by one of our expert technicians or a survey with installation too.

Room H2o shower technician measure for a bespoke shower enclosure

Our head technician, James Foster, has 20 years’ experience of both standard and bespoke showers and has specialised in bespoke frameless glass showers for the last decade. Available in Greater London, Berkshire, Bucks, Dorset, Essex, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey and Sussex, our professional shower installation and survey service can help you transform any space into a luxurious shower.

Bespoke shower design service

Using the latest in 3D shower design software, alongside our knowledge, experience and technical ability, we can design a completely bespoke shower enclosure – from highly stylish and contemporary grid showers to made to measure shower trays, with easy access showers in between.

A design for a large frameless glass shower enclosure created by Room H2o

We know that sometimes our customers are looking for something innovative or unusual. While a shower needs to be practical, it doesn’t have to be boring. Adding personality and character to your shower enclosure, with our made to measure solutions, means you can create the ultimate indulgent experience.

Frameless loft shower enclosure with large angled side panel by Room H2o

We’re specialists in disability and easy access showers, creating stunning bathrooms to offer both practicality and style. We take time to understand the individual – and often changing – needs of our customers, so our shower design service ensures functionality for both now and in the future.

Innovative shower products

We offer the most up-to-date products, from a variety of manufacturers, including the revolutionary Drench Showers, which perfectly combine the demands of both comfort and style, to create a luxurious addition to any bathroom or wetroom.

A black Drench walkin shower enclosure with white Fiora shower tray

Our own exclusive brand of frameless made to measure shower screens offers stunning solutions. Each is individually manufactured, to the highest quality, to meet your own specific requirements, and can be engineered to fit into virtually any area – from indulgent walk-in showers to angled shower enclosures where space is tight or awkward.

A large frameless shower enclosure with gold fittings in a wetroom by Room H2o

We also have a stunning range of coloured standard and made to measure shower trays, offering the perfect bespoke finishing touch to your shower enclosure. Exceptionally strong, our shower trays come in a choice of three finishes and eight gorgeous colours (or any RAL colour for an extra charge).

A made to measure slim shower tray in rich sand colour with cut away side by Room H2o

A comprehensive service

Our customer service and project management is unrivalled. We’ll look after your complete shower or wetroom project for you – from measuring and specification, to design and shower installation. And, whether you want a standard shower or a made to measure enclosure, you’ll always get the same top-quality service from us.

We undertake projects in both domestic and commercial settings and always strive to offer fast turnaround, alongside our highly competitive prices. We also offer finance on all shower enclosures, shower trays and bathroom products (excluding survey and installation costs).

To view our fabulous range of shower enclosures, or to discuss your bespoke project, please contact us or visit our large showroom in Wareham, Dorset.

The Must Have 2018 Bathroom Design Trends

Over the coming months, we’re set to see some exciting new interior design trends influencing bathroom ideas and styling all around the home. The ‘urban luxe’ blend of contemporary and vintage is going to continue its rise in popularity, alongside bold new pattern and colour ideas and some new twists on old classics.


Luxury bathroom featuring earth toned split face stone tiles with beige and chocolate brown wall tiles

Earthy shades and warm neutrals will reign for bathrooms this year, with designers embracing shades of brown, beige and cream. Grey maintains its standing as a highly popular choice, but we’ll see warmer shades emerging, alongside tones of rust, tobacco, brown-black, berry red and burnt yellow. Sparkle still has a place in 2018 interior design trends, with metal grey and gold being used to both enhance and balance modern colour schemes.  The industrial look, currently so popular, will drive alternatives to chrome for brassware and show screens, with black particularly popular and the trend for grid style shower enclosure set to continue.


This luxury bathroom features Porcel-Thin matt stone effect porcelain tiles with gold taps and mirror

Powerful without being overwhelming, matte tiles and accessories are set to be big this year, for both style and practicality in busy bathrooms and wet rooms, although glossy finishes will still hold their own. We’ll also see the two combined, bringing understated elegance and dramatic sophistication together to create a captivating effect. Metallics carry on shining with copper and bronze being high on style and perfect for adding warmth and elegance to contemporary bathrooms – from fixtures and fittings to tiles and accessories, these fabulous metals are a must-have for the coming year.


Polished concrete bathroom worksurface

Super-chic hotels and restaurants are featuring novelty sinks and these are now starting to make their way into the trendiest of homes, too. Interior design themes will see stainless steel and white sinks being replaced by concrete, stone, copper and granite ones. Concrete is the ultimate choice for the most up-to-the-minute bathroom in terms of accessories, wall coverings, countertops and tiles too, proving the industrial trend is here to stay. Natural stone will continue to be a stylish element of all modern interior designs, encompassing marble, granite and pebbles in everything from flooring to unique carved designs. And accessories will be showcased in gorgeous tones of leather, faux leather, suede and chenille.


Burlington graphite stone effect floor tiles create a dramatic effect in this trendy cafe

With the industrial look and nature-inspired interiors being so prominent this year, concrete, wood, marble and natural stone-effect tiles will remain popular. When it comes to wood-effect tiles, we’ll see hues of deep, chocolate brown and, following on from last year’s much-loved herringbone pattern, chevron tiles will be making a stage for themselves in 2018 bathroom design trends. Previously you may have just opted for one material-effect tile, but this year’s creative interior designs will bring them together for a stunning contrast. The mix and match theme will also see matte and gloss tiles, of the same colour, being combined for an amazing light-shimmering effect. Patterned tiles aren’t going anywhere either, as the vintage revival continues to dominate, and textured surfaces and multi-sized tile layouts are growing in popularity, for fabulous statement walls and floors in ultra-chic bathrooms.

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