By Embla Vesela. Shower Doors. Published at Monday, January 29th, 2018 - 20:53:22 PM.
Light Glass Shower Doors. Light glass, on the other hand, is thinner and lighter. Usually about 3/16 “ thick, this glass door needs to be wrapped in a metal frame to be strong enough to act as a barrier. Light glass doors have the ability to be customized simply by changing the type of frame. This look is very traditional, and an easy way to add character. Customized Decorative Glass Doors.One way to really jazz things up is to use decorative glass for your shower doors. Janssen can help make your shower the focus of your dream bathroom. Janssen Glass can accommodate you with more than 20 glass patterns to choose from. We also do custom designs and installations.
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.
Glass Tub Enclosures. Can't part with your tub, but crave a look that's sleeker than a shower curtain? A glass tub enclosure could be your happy medium. The Enigma X frameless sliding tub door features 3/8" thick glass treated with an exclusive protective coating. Doors glide effortlessly on stainless steel wheels over a stainless steel track bar. Opening Styles: Sliding Doors. How your shower door opens depends on your style preferences and your bathroom layout. Sliding (also known as bypass) doors are a practical choice for tub enclosures and narrow bathrooms with closely-spaced fixtures. The frameless sliding doors in this photo show off the beauty of the shower without hogging too much room.
Colorful Mosaic Tile Walk-In Shower. Glass mosaic tile brings lots of color to this doorless shower. Notice how the deep blue countertop recalls the bits of blue tile in the mosaic. This design by John Lum Architecture, via Houzz, is an example of a classic, low-cost, beautiful walk-in shower. The marble tile in this walk-in shower. adds elegance to a very personal, eclectic bathroom design featuring an oil painting and a skirted cabinet. This design by Lisa Luby Ryan is a beautiful example of how you can combine classic decor and personal touches.
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