Is it possible to buy/make a 2 sided shower screen for bath

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  1. arrmickk

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    Hi all. I have a very narrow bathroom (4ft x 12.5ft) and so the bath is centre right in the bathroom along the right hand wall. Therefore both ends of the bath are open and not with one against a wall. This means I have to have a very ugly shower curtain rail. I would love to have a shower screen but of course it would have to go along one end and down the side of the bath. All of the ones I am finding only go along one side and are fixed to a wall. Is it possible to buy or make something to suit? I would be greatful for any advice anyone can give if any. Thanks. :)
     
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    stud wall with glass blocks in it?
     
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    Two stud walls and tile?
    One stud wall along the 700 side then fix normal bath screen to that?
    As mentioned glass bricks walls would look good.
     
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    You might find a double folding screen large enough but will be unstable with just one wall fixing.You could get a full wrap around screen, have a look here.http://www.sanctuary-bathrooms.co.uk/scripts/prodList.asp?idCategory=164
     
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    I know this is an old posting but I have been looking for the same thing. This type of problem seems quite difficult to resolve without a shower curtain. Products I have found are:

    Novellini Aurora 4 Bath Screen
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    Novellini Jolly 2 Bath Screen
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    http://www.diamondbathrooms.com/acatalog/Novellini_Bath_Shower_Screens.html


    Huppe Bath Screen 2003
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    http://www.diamondbathrooms.com/acatalog/Novellini_Bath_Shower_Screens.html


    I would like to know if anyone has found others.

    Good Luck
     
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    I have a similar problem and have been looking at showerbaths similar to the following:

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    http://www.diamondbathrooms.com/acatalog/Novellini_Bath_Shower_Screens.html
     
  7. mike1984

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    i encountered this issue. some housing designs just make you laugh. i used a couple of wedi backboards and tiled them from which added the bath screen to the backboards so looks pretty good.

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