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Contemporary design for concealed showers

Creating a stylish and relaxing bathroom is a key aim for many homeowners and property developers alike. The shower is one of the important factors to bear in mind when it comes to the bathroom design, and concealed showers can be particularly effective. But what are the important features of contemporary design for concealed showers? And how can the right results be achieved?

What are the features of contemporary design for concealed showers?

If you are installing a concealed shower in a contemporary bathroom, and you want to create a visually attractive shower to complement the style of the bathroom, there are a number of things you should consider. These include:

  • The style of the shower head
  • The style of the taps
  • The colour and finish

Contemporary style shower head design for concealed showers

The shower head is one of the only parts of a concealed shower that is visible and as such this needs to be designed in a contemporary style to achieve your overall design aim. As part of this, you should consider:

  • The size of the shower head- larger or oversized shower heads can be a good fit for a concealed shower space. This includes rain head systems that can be very effective for contemporary design showers.
  • The shape of the shower head- contemporary style shower heads can be most effective in a square or rectangular shape, complementing the straight lines and sleek design that is typical of contemporary style.

Contemporary style taps for concealed showers

The only other part of the concealed shower that is visible are the taps. Tap design can be very important for achieving the intended results. As part of this you should consider:

  • The shape of the taps- again the shape of the taps should veer away from more traditional hexagonal or circular options and instead use square or rectangular designs.
  • The colour of the taps- clearly the tap colour should match the colour of the showerhead, and the rest of the interior design scheme.

For more information or advice get in touch with Preston’s bathroom experts today, here at Homematas. Or why not take a look at our range of bathrooms, showers, and fitted bathroom furniture online?