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84 INTERIORS


mm or thereabouts is not going to fit. Even pre-cut frameless screens could still result in problems with fitting a shower into a specific space.


What is needed in such situations is a bespoke solution that fits seamlessly into the bathroom regardless of its shape or size. Shower areas can be designed to fit under sloping ceilings or even in an alcove, for an almost bespoke finish. With the glass cut to size and modern hinges and brackets available in different shapes and sizes and with adjustable options, the shower area can be designed to specifically fit the space, unlike with an off-the-shelf solution that limits design possibilities.


Minimal solutions


Helping to create a minimal, high-end and bespoke shower area, glass clamps provide a clean-looking alternative to u-channels. Helping to maintain the frameless appearance of a contemporary shower enclosure, these can be specified with square cornered and bevelled edge hinges that can be exactly matched, for a sleek finish.


An alternative ideal which works particu-


There are solutions that can be used to create the wet room look without this expense, and without compromising on the overall results


larly well in the smaller bathroom is to opt for a sliding shower door. This solution keeps architectural hardware to an absolute minimum for a neat finish, with only the header support bar and track holder being visible. Where support bars and brackets are on show, ensuring they fit with the overall style of the bathroom is key, and again, less is more.


Such solutions make installing wet rooms and open-plan shower areas far easier, and results in a neat, uncluttered and bespoke finish that help high-end designs stand out from the crowd.


Simon Boocock is managing director of CR Laurence


Aiming for a bigger splash


Cistermiser Keraflo, the intelligent washroom controls and water efficiency specialist, has unveiled a new brand corporate identity as it gears up for growth with an extended and enhanced product portfolio. The bold new logo styling reflects a dynamic approach towards the creation of innova- tive services and solutions to help manage the earth’s


most valuable resource, a change that is captured in the company’s new strapline ‘Our World is Water’. It follows significant investment in product development that includes new ‘information rich’ technolo- gies to help customers better optimise their water management.


0118 969 1611 www.cistermiser.co.uk Aiding hygiene control with Matrix M


A new height adjustable wash basin with enhanced features that assist hygiene control has been launched by Pressalit Care. Known as the Matrix M, Pressalit Care has developed new integrated power buttons for raising and lower- ing the basin, and to aid all important hygiene


control has incorporated all plumbing into a discreet, concealed unit. The Matrix M also features Pressalit Care’s highly regarded grab handles at the front of the basin. The concealed plumbing aids hygiene control; the smooth curved lines of the bowl make cleaning easy; and integrated handrails, as well as providing valuable support.


0844 8806950 www.pressalit.com


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