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A wet room can be a fantastic and stylish way of updating your current bathroom. They help make the most out of a modest sized bathroom as you can fit in all your bathroom components without creating awkward corners that you have to squeeze around.
Wet rooms are essentially an open shower, meaning they’re a lot more spacious, so it is not necessary to have a shower screen. The look of any wet room is purely down to individual taste. It can be ultra modern or take on a more conventional design. If you have multiple bathrooms and are looking for a way to increase the value of your home, then installing a wet room as your second bathroom is a good way of doing so.