Published at Tuesday, July 24th, 2018 - 05:06:20 AM. Shower Doors. By Berman Schulz.
Folding Screen. If your bathroom is large enough, add a folding screen to the front of the shower. The beauty of this option is that you can add the screen and then remove it depending on the needs of the day. A Japanese shoji screen will bring in a spa element and let light come through. Add a shuttered screen to go with the country or shabby chic decor in your home. An art deco screen can add elegance to the bathroom, or choose one with a nature print to add greenery to your space.
Framed Shower Doors. Just because they're more affordable doesn't mean framed shower doors can't be as eye-catching as their frameless counterparts. You'll find many models that are not only chic but sturdy, thanks to heavy-duty aluminum framing that adds strength and support. This classic pivot shower door is part of Basco's Thinline 136 series. While the door itself is frameless, the oil-rubbed bronze finish that surrounds the unit makes a striking statement that works equally well in a traditional or contemporary bathroom.
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