Friday, October 14, 2016

Update Your Shower With a Frameless Shower Door

Home renovation shows have gained in popularity the past few years and have led to many homeowners wanting to tackle renovation projects on their own. This includes leaning towards rustic and farmhouse chic d├ęcor or going with a modern and monochromatic theme throughout. If you’re active on Pinterest, it’s likely that you’ve noticed these two design trends appearing on your Pinterest feed regularly. One of these trends that we’ve personally seen growing in popularity is the installation of frameless shower doors.

These glass bathroom doors are common with modern bathroom designs. They allow the focus of a shower to shift to a distinct tile pattern or shower bench. They also pair well with the clean lines of a modern bathroom vanity or bathroom hardware. What hinders a bathroom from having a modern design can be a traditional shower door or lack of one completely that requires a shower curtain. Aesthetically, the main difference between a regular tub and a standup shower is that a tub allows you to hide everything in your shower behind a curtain.

If you’re wanting to upgrade your bathroom and obtain a modern design, then frameless shower doors could be exactly what you’re looking for. These shower enclosures can upgrade your design while providing you with more shower space. If you’re replacing a standard bathroom tub with a standup shower, you’ll instantly gain additional space by removing the tub. Glass shower doors also allow for design elements of your shower to be seen from anywhere in your bathroom. Whether this is a distinct tile pattern or built-in shelving, you’ll be able to display them proudly with a glass shower door.

Our frameless shower doors include two glass panels – one fixed and one that slides. Sturdy and structurally safe at 3/8-inch thick, water will be kept in the shower area instead of leaking out onto your bathroom floors. Choose between a brushed nickel or polished chrome finish to match your bathroom hardware.

Frameless Shower Door
Frameless Shower Door

If you’re planning on installing your own frameless shower door on your own, know that it can be completed in just a few hours. Because several of the pieces are heavy, we recommend additional help from a second person to assist you with this project. Our instructions are easy to follow, and if you have any questions during installation, feel free to contact us for additional support.


So are you ready to update your bathroom with a frameless shower door? 

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