Homes and Antiques Magazine - - 10 WAYS -

While a free­stand­ing tub (prefer­ably an­tique, and ben­e­fit­ting from a beau­ti­ful view) el­e­vates any bath­room, the shower also has the power to add al­lure. Not just for busy week­day morn­ings, show­er­ing can be a restora­tive ex­pe­ri­ence at any time. A large en­clo­sure and good wa­ter pres­sure are the ba­sic re­quire­ments, but your choice of brass­ware and wall treat­ment will de­ter­mine its style. Tra­di­tional fit­tings of­ten have a large rose shower head to de­liver a heavy down­pour, and tiles, taken up to the ceil­ing or end­ing at pic­ture rail height, as shown here, com­plete the look.

Eden ther­mo­static shower with ex­posed riser and 9in rose, £718; hinged door and side panel, £748, all Burlington Bath­rooms.

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