By Febe Neri. Shower Doors. Published at Saturday, June 09th, 2018 - 13:10:02 PM.
Corner Walk-In Shower With Bench. Marble is a great all-around luxurious material for walk-in showers, and this one is no exception. This great corner shower featuring several body sprays and a corner bench, by PLD Custom Homes, has everything you will ever want in a showering space, AND a luxury design that will add value to your home. Craftsman-Style Bathroom With Walk-In Shower. This beautiful bathroom features a modern take on the craftsman style. The design by Norman Building and Design, via Houzz, is classic with a twist of contemporary: the light fixture and the sinks are especially cutting-edge. But you'll notice how the clever walk-in shower design maintains your privacy even when someone walks in and takes a bath!
Minimalist Shower Without Door. This white marble tile shower by Sarah Bartholomew Design will please lovers of minimalism. The all-over white gives this space a minimalist profile, and the pared-down space with a small alcove for products foregoes distractions. White Walk-In Shower With Accented Subway Tiles. You can avoid a boring white look by adding accent tile, as in this walk-in shower by Fox Group Construction. The lines of dark marble bring visual interest and movement to white subway tile, and the same dark marble is used in the hex tile floor. A great study in contrast!
New Doors. If your bathroom is in need of a makeover and you have the budget, add frosted, patterned or obscure glass doors to the shower. These styles offer privacy and a modern design element as well. If you love the look of a clear glass, install a door that has a patterned center and a top and bottom that remain clear. Window film is a less expensive way to bring privacy to your shower door. Like wallpaper for glass, window film adds privacy and a decorative element at the same time. The film comes in a variety of sizes and is easily cut to fit the size of the shower door. It's also available in varying degrees of privacy, from completely opaque, to frosted and even color-tinted. Choose a palm tree motif, an all-over geometric pattern or the look of cut glass.
Wipe It Down. To reduce post-shower buildup, wipe down your shower walls and glass door with a microfiber cloth or other soft rag after each shower. A quick wipe down is all you need, then just hang the rag to dry. Use the Right Tool for the Job. Even if you follow every tip for a clean shower door, it will still need an occasional deep cleaning. The BLACK+DECKER Powered Squeegee Vacuum is an ideal tool for the job. Simply charge the vacuum’s lithium battery and fill the tank with your favorite glass cleaning solution. Use the squeegee’s built-in spray to release cleaning solution onto the glass while you squeegee it clean. It's a one-step, streak-free way to remove grime from your glass shower door.
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