Published at Wednesday, May 02nd, 2018 - 19:34:00 PM. Shower Doors. By Cosette Roux.
Bi-Fold Shower Doors. Folding or bi-fold shower doors are a good option when you're looking for a wider walk-in opening but lack the space for a pivot door. The frameless design of DreamLine's Butterfly door offers a clean, custom glass look and can be installed over a shower stall or a tub. Partial Tub Enclosure. A partial glass enclosure over a shower stall or tub is a European-style option that is both affordable and modern. DreamLine's Aqua Uno features a curved silhouette and a sophisticated frameless design. Glass Finishes: Clear Glass. At their best, clear glass shower doors can be like gleaming works of modern art. However, be prepared for daily squeegee-ing to maintain their pristine look. Glass Finishes: Textured Glass. Frosted or textured glass adds privacy and a bit of fun to your shower, and they're easier to maintain than their clear-glass cousins.
Why Design A Shower Without Doors? Showers without doors, also known as walk-in showers, have plenty of benefits. First, no glass door to keep clean! Shower glass is one of the most cleaning-intensive features of a bathroom because any soap scum or mineral deposit shows right away. Using an open, doorless style saves you all that cleaning trouble. Walk-in showers also have a wide range of design options. You can go wet-room style, with a tub and even sometimes the toilet in the showering area. You use an enclosure style, with three walls, or corridor-style, with two walls facing each other and openings on both sides. Some doorless showers even have no walls at all! However, these showers tend to have more expensive design and construction costs because they don't come in "standard" sizes and frames, like typical showers you can buy at your local home hardware store. They are usually customized for each bathroom. But with a little budget, some creativity, and inspiration from this gallery, you can design and install the doorless shower of your dreams.
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