A guide to shower trays

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Shower trays aren't really a bathroom feature you can get excited about, but they do play a big role in how effective and enjoyable your shower is.

A guide to shower trays


The type of tray you'll need depends on where you're planning to put your shower and what kind of design you're going for. Take a look at a quick overview of some of your options below.


Rectangular shower trays

A rectangular shower tray may be the best option if you have a large bathroom with space to spare, as this type of model is generally designed to provide as much showering space as possible.


This slim stone resin tray is ideal if you're looking for an ultra-minimal design that will blend unobtrusively into your bathroom. Its slimline shape also makes the shower more accessible and reduces the risk of tripping and falling.


This model is manufactured by hand in the UK and made from 100 per cent Derbyshire natural stone resin. If you want your shower to have a low profile this is the ultimate choice.


Square shower trays

If space is a little tight, why not try a square tray? This MX model might be the best option for traditionalists. It showcases the classic style that has been gracing bathrooms for decades and will give your shower's appearance a real boost. What's more, it's solid and dependable, easy to clean and maintain and is covered by a 25-year guarantee.


If you'd rather have more of a 21st century feel, try this lightweight model from Saneux. It is made with the latest technology in design, manufacturing and materials and has heat retaining properties.


Quadrant shower trays

Quadrant trays are the most space-efficient models on the market. Their curved design makes them ideal for a corner shower in a small bathroom or cloakroom.


For a stylish design that's a little out the ordinary, try this unit from Sanuex. It has an elegant, modern appearance and can provide a wet room look without the added expense. When choosing a quadrant model you can opt for either a standard or offset unit.

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