The average person spends 100 hours each year in the shower. Aside from the obvious cleanliness benefits, 40% of us enjoy showers in order to relax and unwind, according to stats from YouGov. So, it’s no wonder we’re seeing more and more emphasis being placed on showers that are not only functional but stylish, with a range of tech innovations and accessory add-ons now available. Get the low-down on the latest style innovations for this all-important commodity.
Using the classic Crittall window style, these striking
black-framed shower doors have become extremely popular for 2019 bathrooms. The industrial aesthetic adds a hint of urban
cool to any size of bathroom space and works with colourful and neutral
bathroom schemes alike.
Modern conveniences have made their way into our bathrooms as
of late, with one of our favourites being the self-cleaning shower door, which
offers a streak-free finish with minimal upkeep. In-shower speakers have also increased in
popularity and offer us the chance to release our inner Beyonce (sorry,
We offer plenty of options for both large and small bathroom spaces. Our teams of knowledgeable staff are equipped to help you create a bespoke bathroom design, perfectly tailored to your bathroom dimensions- meaning even the smallest bathroom needn’t sacrifice on style. We even spotted a textured anti-slip tray and shower bar accessory used as a footrest for shaving – genius.
Wet rooms get a stylish upgrade for 2019 with Bassetts’ bespoke
bathroom offerings. To create that VIP
spa vibe in the comfort of your own home, we recommend incorporating your
shower seamlessly with the rest
of the bathroom space – using a wet floor and floor-to-ceiling glass dividers
in place of a more traditional cubicle shower.
It creates a sense of flow
throughout the room and gives the impression you have tonnes of extra
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