Customised shower enclosures?

Is it possible to obtain them anywhere? I'm thinking maybe in kit form like secondary double-glazing?
My need is to shoe-horn a shower into a 900mm wide alcove which is fine except it's below a pitched roof, so that the top right hand corner of the door or enclosure needs chopping off to fit.
Thanks David
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Perspex sheet. Expensive but, when glued together with the correct epoxy, it last for many years.
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Thanks BW; actually I was wondering about using acrylic sheet anyway, in place of tiles, although I'm not sure how it will help my issue of the customised door or panel - I'd need an aluminium frame or something to support it? Probably I wasn't very clear about my scenario; let's try the old ASCII-art...!!
ceiling --------------------\ | | \ |______ | \ pitched roof outside | | | \ | | | \ | !!!!! | \ | shower | | | head | | | | | | | | |Wall | | Wall | | | | | | | | | | | | | Door | fixed | | | panel | | | | | | | | | | | | | -------------------------| | tray | | | --------------------------
So the door would probably be a bifold one, on the right of it I'd like a fixed transparent panel to match the door - that's the bit which needs customising 'cos of the chopped-off top corner. The easiest way would be to make the fixed panel solid (ie tiled marine ply or something) and buy an off-the-shelf door, however I'd prefer the look of an all-transparent front. (Must be the exhibitionist in me.)
David
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I looked into this about a year ago...
When I looked there seemed to be 4 solutions...
1) One of the shower manufacturers made custom shower panels. Can't remember the name. You provide the pattern and they make it to fit. I think that this was *very* expensive. You probably need to ask at you local plumbing or bathroom place. 2) Make one yourself. Get some glass cut and then toughened. (I think I was quoted about 200 - or perhaps my memory is playing tricks on me...) I wasn't sure about the frame. I suspect that if you approached a reputable manufacturer they would be able to supply some(?). I did consider buying a complete rectangular door, removing the glass, and remake the door around a new bit of cut glass. 3) Use shower curtain. Yuk! 4) Wet room... Are YOU brave enough!
In the end I positioned the shower away from the pitched roof and had rectangular panels on all sides.
Colin
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