Published at Sunday, April 29th, 2018 - 21:37:39 PM. Shower Doors. By Cosette Roux.
What's So Special About Frameless Doors? Let's get the big questions out of the way first: What the heck is a frameless shower enclosure and why does everyone seem to want one? A "frameless" shower enclosure uses sturdy tempered glass (usually 3/8" to 1/2" thick) that does not require the support of metal around its exterior edges. The result is a clean-lined, modern look that is free of visual obstructions. In fact, one reason frameless shower doors are so popular is that they help showcase beautiful stonework, intricate tile designs and gleaming hardware.
Opening Styles: Pivoting Door. Pivoting shower doors — also known as swinging or hinge doors — open like a standard door. They can make a sophisticated statement in a traditional or cottage-style bath such as this Mill Valley, CA master suite. If you're planning to buy a swing-out door, it's a good idea to enlist a professional to help you measure your space. You'll want to make sure there's enough clearance between the fully-opened door and surrounding bath fixtures before installation.
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