Showering is one of the most frequently-used activities in our lives. And with good reason: Who wouldn’t prefer a comfortable, relaxing shower over a long, sweaty one?

However, not all showers are created equal. In fact, if you have a smaller bathroom space, you may want to consider selecting a shower size that is smaller than what you’re used to.

What Factors Should You Consider when Choosing a Shower Size?


When choosing a shower size, you’ll want to take into account both your personal needs and the space you have available in your bathroom. Here are some factors to consider:

• Your height and weight: Use these measurements to determine the minimum shower head height and width that will fit you comfortably. The Insignia shower cabin typically falls within a range of heights and widths, so you can find a size that will fit your bathroom without having to remove doors or brackets.

• Your bathing habits: Do you like to shower standing up or seated? How many people do you want to be able to fit in the shower at once?

• How often do you use the bathroom: Are there any special requirements, like a large bathtub or a garden tub?

• The layout of your bathroom: Are there any obstacles in the way of having a wide enough space for the shower, like a towel rack or toilet within striking distance?

• Price: A larger shower may be more expensive but it could also be worth it if it means you can accommodate more people at once.

What are the Different Types of Showers?


There are a variety of different types of showers, from small freestanding shower heads to large walk-in shower stalls. Here’s a breakdown of each type:

• Freestanding shower heads: These are the smallest type of shower and typically have a smaller water flow rate than other types of showers. They’re great for small bathrooms or for taking quick showers.

• Walk-in shower stalls: These are the largest type of shower and typically come with a larger water flow rate. They’re perfect for larger bathrooms or for taking baths.

• Shower heads with multiple spray settings: Some showerheads come with multiple spray settings, such as a high pressure setting and a low pressure setting, which is great for people with sensitive skin or who want to adjust the water temperature.

What are Some Common Problems with Showers?


If you’re like most people, your shower is one of your favorite places in the house. But like any other space in the home, it can be cramped if it’s not designed well. Here are some common problems with showers:

• Too small: A standard shower size is about 20 square feet, but if your bathroom is smaller that won’t work. If you have a walk-in shower, sizing it based on the dimensions of your bathtub will give you a better idea of how much space you have.

• Too large: If your bathroom isn’t sized well, oversized showers can take up two thirds of the space or more. When choosing a shower size, make sure to factor in both the width and height of your walls as well as the depth of your flooring.

• No room for a tub & shower combo: If you want to install a tub and/or shower combo, you’ll need at least 36 inches of space on each side.


It can be tough to choose the right shower size for your bathroom space, especially if you’re not sure how much space you have available. If you have any questions about choosing the right shower size for your bathroom space, don’t hesitate to ask a professional.