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We have had our bathroom refurbished recently in my absence.
We were to have a shower with sliding door input as per image 1. The controls for the shower couldn't be placed at the opening end of the sliding door so the plumber placed them above the basin as you can see. So you have to walk from one end of the shower to the basin to alter water temperature, alternate from overhead shower to fixed shower, or to stop shower. Completely impractical. To overcome this problem and have a control both within and outwith the shower we were looking at a digital shower. We have the Mira digital shower in our other bathroom and it has this dual function. We could change the sliding door side but this still wouldn't give an option to have inside and outside access to switching the shower on and having some control from within.
Also is anyone familiar with the type of towel rail I have posted an image of? The idea is that it is fitted on the top half of the wall so at least 2 towels can hang down to dry. Our bathroom fitter has informed us that due to pipework within the walls it had to go where it has been fitted.
Very frustrated and disappointed - any advice most welcome.

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ShaunCorbs

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