Roman Infinity Low Level Trays

Our collection of Infinity Shower Trays have been designed and manufactured in house. Our Design Team created the trays so that they would give a total minimalist wetroom look, but with the ease of installation associated with a shower tray.

The Infinity Trays go one step further than other low level shower trays available on the market, as they incorporate a solid surface waste cover. This is made from the same material as the tray so gives a seamless look and inspiring the name ‘Infinity’.

The Infinity Range of shower trays is manufactured in our on-site solid surface manufacturing facility, where we create everything from the moulds they are cast in, through to finishing each individual tray by hand.

Showering you with ideas…Choosing your Valve

A key trend is for more gadgets in the bathroom, this has been encouraged by the introduction of items such as flat screen televisions, which can be enjoyed whilst showering or bathing. This kind of technology has now seen the addition of more high-tech bathroom products. Remote operated digital valves are growing in popularity, as is integrated water delivery, where the water delivery is incorporated into the enclosure. The valve can be incorporated into the bracing of the enclosure and this is a contemporary way to turn the practical bracing into a striking design feature. Alternatively it can be bolted through the glass panel, allowing the valve to be operated from inside and outside of the enclosure. It brings a modern high-tech look to the bathroom.

Wonderful Wetrooms

A real minimalist statement is created with the Sculptures
At Roman, wetrooms is always a hot topic. We just think they are fab! And for so many reasons…
Wetrooms are such a flexible product, and are available in so many varieties that there is something for every style, size and shaped bathroom. They offer a minimalist look in line with current trends, giving a stylish finish to any bathrooms. However, many people are still worried that they may leak. Wetrooms are common place in many European countries and in some countries it is part of the building regulations that the bathroom must be tanked. This makes sense – you are simply water-proofing a room which is constantly filled with water. By tanking the bathroom you are building up a series of comprehensive barriers to keep the room water-tight.