Wetrooms are amazing to add functionality and style to any bathroom. Not only do they establish a stylish and modern look, they also decrease cleaning and maintenance and are very appealing to potential buyers should you ever opt to sell your property. With this in mind, here in this blog we run through some of the main benefits.
Although not necessarily always designed with this in mind, wet rooms are particularly ideal for those whose movement is restricted, such as the elderly or disabled. There is no requirement for a shower tray, making access to the shower much simpler.
Wetrooms offer an ideal space-saving solution, particularly in smaller bathrooms and support you in creating a functional, practical and usable area without requiring bulky fittings and fixtures.
Easy to clean
Given the absence of fittings and fixtures, wetrooms are very easy to clean. Shower enclosures, with the frameworks and runners, are well known for gathering limescale and grime, so when it comes to wetrooms, it is great having nothing to clean other than a single piece of frameless glass or tiled floors and walls. If you consider installing a wall-hung loo and floating basin you will have a bathroom floor completely free from obstacles or any kind of clutter.
For many people requiring easy-access, wetrooms are perfect. With the lack of shower tray and non-slip flooring, wetrooms are ideal for wheelchair users as well as those with disabilities or little children.
As well as the practicalities, wet rooms have a definite impact, offer an incredibly chic and sophisticated look and feel to any bathroom. From the wall to tiling, minimal fixtures and open design, this will create a simplicity and contemporary elegance.
Here at Bespoke Bathing, we take great pride in our mobility bathing installations: walk-in baths, easy-access ultra low-level showers and wet rooms. Our team operates throughout England, Scotland and Wales. Contact us today to arrange a no-obligation, free in-home survey.