By Cosette Roux. Shower Doors. Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 20:11:44 PM.
If you purchase the components (glass door, base, wall surround panels) separately you will pay multiple shipping charges and also have to worry if the components will “play nice” (or work together) with each other. Buying a complete system eliminates guess-work and saves you money. This is a concept anyone can get behind Conclusion. It’s nice to know the term “cutting edge” and “cost savings” doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive. To make sure you’re not draining your wallet see which of these 5 ideas you can use to save money on your next glass shower door purchase.
Modern Walk-in Shower And Tub Combo. The cowhide/marble juxtaposition in this bathroom makes it visually interesting and full of character. The space, designed by Jackson Paige Interiors, also saves room by putting together the shower and the tub, wet room-style. Walk-In Shower With A View. What makes this walk-in shower so special isn't its size or its design; it's pretty big, and has a great minimalist, neutral design, thanks to zaher architects via Houzz. No, it's the view. Imagine walking out of this shower to watch the sunrise (or sunset) on this gorgeous ledge. What a way to use your location at its best.
Double Benched Walk-In Shower. The double-sided bench in this bathroom design by Atlantic Interiors perfectly defines the space and brings beautiful colors via its glass mosaic tile. Note the accessibility features and hand-held shower head, as well as the modern rain shower head. Walk-In Shower With A Touch Of The 80s. Glass blocks are definitely an 80s thing, but it works perfectly well in this contemporary bathroom by Shasta Smith, via Houzz. The soft, muted neutral palette brings this 80s staple into the 21st century, and the fogged glass provide privacy AND transparency.
One thing to keep in mind, says Tom Huck, President of Shower Door Experts in Jefferson, MD, is that frameless doors generally do include some metal. "Frameless units can be virtually metal-free, except for clips on any stationary panels, hinges and handles," he says. What's more, the term "frameless" can also apply to doors with frames along the top edge and around the sides. This type of installation is sometimes — but not always — referred to as "semi-frameless." A word on price: A frameless shower generally costs twice as much as a basic, metal-enclosed model.
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