Whether you’ve got a tub full of little ones enjoying a splash in the bath or just hate stepping into a puddle when you step out of a shower, you know how necessary it is to have some kind of barrier between your shower bath and the rest of the room. For many, many years, shower curtains were the default solution. Available in an endless array of materials, colours and designs, the shower curtain often seems to be more decorative than effective. They are no match for the splash of a power shower, they leave gaps, cling unpleasantly to wet legs, and need frequent laundering lest they fall prey to the horrors of mildew. Happily, in a modern bathroom, you have more options. Adding a screen or enclosure to your shower bath is the best way to ensure dry floors...and less laundry.

Our beautiful collection of high-quality bath screens has been carefully selected from the inventories of the best suppliers. Bathrooms 365 has more than 50 options in stock, spanning the full range of shapes and styles. We wrote this guide to get you off on the right foot when you decide to go shopping for a bath screen, but it’s only the beginning. If you have any questions about what kind of bath screen would be best for your bathrooms, all you need to do is ask. With more than 30 years in the business, we’re expert advice-givers, and we’re always happy to hear from you.

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Simply adding a screen to your bath or shower bath is a quick upgrade from the old shower curtain. Once you’ve decided to ditch the curtain, there are a few more choices to make. Bath screens may be hinged, pivoting, frosted or clear, and they come in a wide range of sizes, shapes and styles. Here’s a quick overview of what’s available:

Dual bath screens: It is possible to fully enclose your bath, in the manner of a shower enclosure, but this may be a bigger project than you had in mind. An over bath enclosure is one way to do the job, but a dual bath screen is much easier and generally more affordable. It’s exactly what it sounds like: two screens, which extend to form a cubical around your bath.

Single flat bath screens: These are the simplest and most affordable option. They fit most baths and most bathrooms, and are a big step up from a curtain.

Curved bath screens: Designed specifically for shower-baths with rounded ends, these gently curves screens ensure a perfect fit: exactly what you need to keep the water in the bath and off the floor.

L-shaped bath screens: Also shaped for a specific type of shower-bath, these fit L-shaped shower baths.

Bath Screens with three fold and four fold options: folding bath screens are an excellent way to save space and achieve a clean, minimal look in your bathroom. Bi-fold options are the most common, but the more folds your bath screen has, the smaller the collapsed screen!

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