Published at Monday, June 04th, 2018 - 10:24:10 AM. Shower Doors. By Devrim Mogul.
Semi-Frameless Shower Doors. If you desire the contemporary look of a frameless enclosure but your layout and budget say "no can do," a semi-frameless model can be a fine alternative. Look for high-quality components such as the permanently bonded hinges, solid handles and patented glass coating built into Kohler's Lattis, a semi-frameless pivot door with 3/8" thick tempered glass and a taller-than-standard 76-inch height that helps to impart a sleek, streamlined look.
Heavy Glass Shower Doors. We’re seeing this trend more and more with customers going for a sleeker, more modern look. This type of glass shower door can pretty much be summed up by it’s name. It is made of a thicker sheet of glass, obviously making it heavier as well. This sort of door doesn’t need to have metal framing surrounding it. Heavy glass is usually around 3/8 “ thick, making it strong enough to act as a structural barrier. It won’t wiggle without a frame, like light glass does. All heavy glass needs are simple clips and hardware. This style looks seamless in bathrooms, giving a more open appeal that seems to lighten up a space. This is perfect if you have beautiful tile in your shower that you’d like to show-off. An additional benefit is selecting the style of hardware used on the shower door. With a variety of options, homeowners can add a bit of flair and customization.
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