By Cosette Roux. Shower Doors. Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 20:11:44 PM.
Cleaning bathroom is the toughest household chore. Removing the hard water spots and soap scum from the shower glass door is quite a task. Since this area is used everyday, keeping it clean and spotless is not an easy job. But worry no more. Here are some handy tricks to keep your glass doors shiny and spotless. Remove soap scums. Over time soap scum build up on the shower glass and wears away the shine and transparency of the glass door. White vinegar will do the trick here. You will be surprised to see the wonder it does on such stubborn scum build up.
The challenge is the cost of custom curved and bent glass will make you weak at the knees and light in the pocketbook. This type of glass is out of reach for the average homeowner. However, check this idea out. If you combine a curved shower floor pan with a production made curved glass enclosure, the cost is cut by 75% of one of a kind custom glass door. This makes it affordable (and you have assurances the curved glass will fit the shape of the pre-manufactured acrylic base).
Honeycomb Tile Walk-In Shower. Black doesn't mean boring in this wonderful matte honeycomb tile. This bathroom design by GIA Renovations feature plenty of natural light, a neutral color palette that works for both him and her, and two super modern square-shaped rain shower heads and fixtures in, you guessed it, black. Half-Wall Marble Shower. When light and openness are more important than privacy, this half-wall walk-in shower style is perfect for keeping the bathroom spacious and bright. This bathroom by Jenni Leasia Design, via Houzz, uses classic marble and dark tile for a contemporary, minimalist style.
Cutting edge shower door idea #3 – This is one place “sawed-off” can be cool and safe- the glass shower screen. When you think of the term “sawed-off” nothing good comes to mind (violence is not a pretty concept). However, there is a place where sawed-off and safety are a logical companion. This is true in the case of a glass shower screen. If you’re unfamiliar with a shower screen, it is a smaller fixed glass panel and pivoting door enclosure which creates a walk in shower which is easier to get into (because the opening is larger). It’s also lighter on the budget because there is less glass (in a 60” wide shower the shower screen glass takes up only 36”). So – it’s safer and cheaper – a double bonus!
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