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LIVE 24-SEVEN


10 THINGS TO THINK ABOUT BEFORE YOU BUY A SHOWER . . .


Award-winning Bathroom Retailer Ripples Shares With Us The ‘10 Things To Think About’ Before You Buy A Shower...


YOUR LIFESTYLE: Think about how you shower and who


will be using the shower, these are questions Ripples always ask clients.


YOUR OPTIONS: You might like the look of an overhead


shower (hotel-inspired designs are big news after-all) but think about your options, maybe you might also want to incorporate a hand- held shower too, perfect for those of you that don’t want to get your hair wet and is essential for rinsing out the shower afterwards.


YOUR WATER PRESSURE: Before you consider which shower to


have, think about your water pressure. Do you have a gravity fed system, combination boiler or pressurised system? Also consider the size of your water tank, is it large enough to meet your water needs?


YOUR FUTURE: If this is your forever home then you certainly need to think about future-proofing the


shower. You should be thinking about non-slip tiles, grab bars (which you might be shocked to hear can actually be surprisingly stylish) and maybe even a seat area in your shower. To give your seat a more luxurious feel, top with mosaics or stone.


YOUR SPACE: Create the biggest shower you can out of the amount of space you have. Whether


that’s a walk-in shower or a shower enclosure, both can be designed to look exactly how you want them.


YOUR LAYOUT: Think about the layout of the whole room, if you’re going for a walk-in shower then


place furniture away from the shower to minimize how wet items get.


YOUR APPROACH: If you can avoid it, try not to have a step in to your shower instead go for a flush level floor, which can be achieved with a very shallow tray, or a tiled gradient floor.


YOUR HEATING: Under floor heating and wall heating (yes really) dry up moisture, this will give off a


low-level heat so when you step out of the shower you won’t fill a chill thanks to heated floors and walls your room will remain warm. Luxury redefined.


YOUR STORAGE: Consider a shower recess to store your bottles that might normally clutter the floor


of your shower. Stylish and practical!


YOUR LIGHTING: Ripples offer customized lighting solutions for your shower, maybe you want lighting that changes at the click of a button, lighting placed on a timer or on a PIR sensor (so that when someone steps in the shower, it automatically comes on), these are all options.


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