Roman launches new bath screen


Embrace Inward Folding Bath Screen provides easy access for showering and cleaning

Roman has introduced a new inward-folding bath screen to its already-diverse and all-encompassing collection.

The new Embrace Inward Folding Bath Screen has been added to Roman’s ever-growing collection of stylish over-the-bath showering solutions.

It features one fixed panel and one inward-opening panel, which provides easy access into the bath for showering and when cleaning. When the inward panel is folded away, this allows for easy cleaning without stepping into the bath, presenting a safer and more-practical option. The inward-folding design also presents easy access for bathing small children.

The discreet nature of this minimalist power shower approved bath screen ensures it avoids contact with all existing bathroom furniture, making it the ideal space saving solution for the smaller bathroom. As the folding panel only opens inwards it can be installed into current bathrooms without interfering with the existing layout. Bath Screens are ideal to add to en-suites, providing an extra shower.

It is 1500mm high with 6mm thick glass and features a bright silver frame, which will go with any bathroom décor. It incorporates 25mm of adjustment in the profile, so presents flexibility when being installed. When the folding panel is open the width is 910mm and when it is stowed away the width is 550mm. It features a chrome brass pivot blocks on the opening and closing mechanism to add a stylish and practical addition to this power shower approved bath screen.

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David Osborne, managing director of Roman, said: “With Bath Screens continuing to be a popular choice in the UK bathroom, we want to provide people with different design options so they can have a great looking bathroom and luxurious showering experience without installing a large shower enclosure. Our bath screens follow the trends of our shower enclosures, so they are minimalist with thicker glass – just because you are showering over the bath doesn’t mean you need to compromise on style or water delivery.”