It’s called a walk-in shower because the base of the enclosure is most often at floor-level. Its innovative structure has totally reinvented the shower: there is no step to climb, no edge to step over and it is quite spacious. A walk-in shower blends well into any décor, is easy to access and can effortlessly be adapted to fit any bathroom with sufficient space.
In a bathroom with walk-in shower, the tiles extend into the shower and only the drain is visible on the floor. The shower enclosure is defined by one or several glass panels, which gives it a sense of depth. The effects are striking.
Since walk-in showers can be installed at an angle, curve or along a wall, you’ll be saving a considerable amount of space compared to a traditional tub and shower.
The classic craftsmanship of a walk-in shower suits any style. It also gives you some flexibility with your decor since it can just as well be designed to blend in with the rest of the room as it can to add contrast.