Shower Doors by Frame
Frameless Shower Doors – from $890
Semi-Frameless Shower Doors – from $890
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Frame doors have little effects on the glass door’s overall look, weight, and thickness, and we leave it up to you to decide which one would be best installed with your glass door.
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When selecting your glass shower and bathtub door, you should know that it doesn’t end when you choose the shape you want. After picking the shower door that best suits you (and your bathroom space), it’s time to pick the right door frame. This step is easier than you think it is, and often does not require much deliberation.
How much does the door frame affect the quality of the shower door? Not much. The doors are made from equally good material; the frame doesn’t make the door any inferior or superior. It just adds to how thick or thin it might appear as a piece, or how much heavier or lighter it might feel, though we assure you the difference won’t be something noteworthy.
You might be wondering why companies such as us still offer many kinds of door frames if there are no real differences to begin with. It’s all about the freedom to choose. As our customers, we believe that you know the best for your home and so we give you all these options to choose from, so you can select the best one for your house. After all, no one home is the same.
Frameless Shower and Bathtub Doors
Frameless shower and bathtub doors are great for both limited and generous bathroom spaces. Because it’s just pure glass, it becomes applicable to all sorts of bathroom layouts. And since glass is an element that can easily adapt to almost any kind of style and configuration, we have created frameless shower to embody that kind of versatility. Unlike most frame types, it usually depends on whether or not you are intending to use it for your shower or your bathtub. Other frame types tend to be picky with installation, which is why frameless shower doors are popular in the market. It can be installed in both bathtubs and showers, which makes it a convenient choice (and favorite) for glass door shoppers.
When choosing for your shower, frameless glass shower doors are perfect to increase your shower space, without actually changing the layout of your bathroom. It puts up a transparent segregation between you and the rest of your bathroom, making shower times just a little more private. What’s more, the sleek design saves you from all those hours wasted on choosing the right print for the shower curtain. By getting a glass shower door, you are giving your bath space a significant style lift, without breaking the bank.
When choosing for your bathtub, going for frameless bathtub doors are usually the only option, and for good reason. The bathtub is already small enough as it is, and adding frames to your glass door might shrink the limited space you already have. It’s more practical too—its configuration adapts to any kind of bathtub, and you don’t have to worry about miscalculated sizes. Once it’s set up, you pretty much don’t have to worry about anything else.
Semi-Frameless Shower Doors
Semi-frameless shower doors are a great way to combine two modern elements—steel and glass—that would definitely up your bathroom game. And the result isn’t very attention-grabbing; the combination wouldn’t seem odd at all. This is how we do it: the metal is placed on the top and bottom of your glass door and serves as a reinforcement that holds the entire piece in place. The extra metal casing makes your glass door sturdier and more stable, without adding to the weight of your door.
The semi-frameless glass shower door is perfect for adding a little edge to your bathroom. Our glasses are made from perfectly transparent material, and sometimes homeowners like the idea of fusing the illusion of space with an extra touch. At times, frameless glass doors might come off to plain, and framed shower doors too thick—this is the solution for when you want something in between.
The metal rims definitely add up to the stylishness of the entire door and gives off a sophisticated vibe without limiting your space. The best part? Since the metal casings are only installed at the top and bottom of your shower door, it doesn’t make your shower door look bulkier than it should be. It is a great space-friendly twist to your bathroom needs and will help add that extra flair for your shower area.