Published at Thursday, April 19th, 2018 - 11:54:16 AM. Shower Doors. By Nicol Novotna.
Doorless Shower With Glossy Tile. Would you dare this glossy, reflective tile in your walk-in shower? This design by RW Anderson Homes makes it work by providing plenty of light and contrasting the silver glossiness with a matte white marble floor and matte fixtures.Classic Walk-In Shower. This classic, no-fuss, neutral-colored bathroom by Stonebridge Development Group, via Houzz, features a large walk-in shower with great lighting. The ceiling window provides needed extra light in a space with only another frosted window, and the neutral palette makes it perfect for seasonal color changes.
With a semi-frameless glass system, you’ll get a shower door without a track at the bottom (and which sane person ever wants to clean a framed shower door track ever again!) but is framed around the sides. It has ¼” thick glass which is 2x times thicker than the thin 1/8” framed shower door your builder slapped in years ago. Cutting edge shower door idea #5 – Don’t buy a shower door, buy a shower kit. When you hear the French term “a la carte” what comes to your mind? If we were watching The Family Feud I would put money the #1 term associated with the term “a la carte” would be expensive. For the same reason you and I want to avoid buying a la carte is the reason we should look to buy a complete “shower kit” (a shower base, shower wall panels and glass enclosure) as a package.
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