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Hello and thanks in advance for any help with my problem.

Just moved into a old house and as some members of family are older I decided to lower the shower tray which sat on a raised platform and replace with a low profile 40mm tray.

No issues installing and plumbing the tray but the black marble effect PVC boards did not sit all the way to the floor now leaving a gap of 20cms.

I did not want to replace the boards due to the plumbing/thermo valve etc so looking at options to fill the gap with tiles but probably needs a small step down to the shower tray.

Has anyone done this before or can offer any solution please?
 

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