January 23, 2023
Current trends in interior design are all about differentiation and exclusivity. And shower trays are no exception. Read on for some inspiration and get ideas for your designer shower.
Floor and wall tiles, shower tray, shower column, shower head, overhead showers... Endless combinations, endless colour and finish options: create your interior design style of choice. If you want to get the high-end shower look, three types are currently trending strong:
- Screens. This type of shower enhances the sense of space and brightness in the bathroom, achieving striking visual simplicity. Safe and hygienic screens are increasing in popularity. And you can find a wide variety of designs: screens without any fittings around the glass (Neo model by KRION®), with discreet fittings, or framed. Matt black fittings stand out for their sleek style (Java screen by KRION®), elevating the bathroom aesthetic.
– Natural stone. If you've got your heart set on a designer shower, this is one of your safest bets. The material comes with maximum stability and strength guaranteed, thanks to its longevity and excellent resistance against impacts. If you want to add a classic and timeless feel to your bathroom, Carrara marble shower trays are ideal. This model goes well with metallic mosaics and natural stone washbasins, using neutral tones to create a tranquil ambience. Showers in darker colours make another fine choice (for example Essence Habana Dark Classico shower tray by L'Antic Colonial), giving spaces an undeniably sophisticated look.
– Ceramic shower. Integrating the shower tray into your ceramic floor tiles in the bathroom gives it seamless sense of visual continuity. The shower tray and drainage simply disappear, blending into the rest of the floor. These designs (Shower Deck by Butech) come with a host of advantages, with highlights including accessibility, a flat structure to prevent slippages, and easy maintenance. Coupled with the wood finish of the floor, the matt black shower column (Tec Round by Noken) results in a premium shower design. The slate (Image Cream, by Porcelanosa) gives shape to the shower area. Paired with the handheld and overhead shower heads in chrome (Noken Energy) it creates a bright and distinguished room.