[Following text is copied from the link] Shower tray, plinth and door have all just been assembled 'dry' so far, for the picture. The question is, how best to fill the gap on the right, in between door and the wall, as outlined in red and green (it's approx 10" from wall to edge of door frame)?
Ideally, the infill would be a customised glass/metal shower panel of just the right size; however at the top of the gap to be filled there is a slope (due to the roof) which makes life awkward...
My intention is to completely box in the area outlined in red using Aquapanel and tiles, so that on three sides of the alcove, there will be a tiled surface butting right up to the top of the tray; but what to do with the area outlined in green? This bit will have the shower door frame attached to it, so needs to be pretty firm; however because it overlaps the shower tray at the bottom how would I fix it to the tray firmly enough, and maintaining it waterproof? And what should I make it from?
Any thoughts gratefully received!