Whether you're adding a new shower or updating an existing one, you'll be making a variety of crucial decisions, not the least of which is which type of door to purchase. Although the enclosure you choose may look as clear as glass, it's actually a bit more complicated.
The facts you need to know include the exact size of the shower stall, how much space there is between the shower stall and other fixtures, how much time you'll spend on routine cleaning and whether or not you've seen on design blogs that those frameless shower doors really are the best fit for your lifestyle and wallet.
Frameless Shower Doors
A frameless shower uses sturdy tempered glass (usually 3/8" to 1/2" thick) that does not need to support metal on its outer edges. The result is clean, modern lines with no visual obstruction.
In fact, one of the reasons frameless shower doors are so popular is that they help showcase beautiful stone, intricate tile designs and gleaming hardware. The ONE Bravo Curve series, a fully frameless sliding shower door, resolves your space constraints, adding more space in the This elegant and modern shower door will look classy in any ANSI certified tempered glass, stainless steel hardware.
One thing to keep in mind is that frameless doors usually do contain some metal. Aside from any clips that hold panels, hinges and handles in place, frameless units can be virtually metal-free. More importantly, the term "frameless" also applies to doors with frames along the top edge and sides. Sometimes (but not always) this type of installation is referred to as "semi-frameless".
If you want the modern look of a frameless enclosure, but your layout and budget don't allow for it, then a semi-frameless model may be a good choice. Look for high-quality components such as permanently bonded hinges, sturdy handles and patented glass coatings.
Framed Shower Doors
Just because they're more affordable doesn't mean framed shower doors won't be as dramatic as frameless ones. You'll find many models that are not only stylish but sturdy, thanks to the added strength and support of a heavy-duty aluminum frame. the Orbit from The ONE is an elegant, efficient, and modern looking shower door with a frame . It divides the shower and toilet areas, creating a stellar luxurious look. Available in various configurations and glass options.
Sliding Shower Doors
How your shower door opens depends on your style preferences and your bathroom layout. Sliding (also known as bypass) doors are a practical choice for tub enclosures and narrow bathrooms with closely-spaced fixtures. The frameless sliding doors in this photo shows off the beauty of the shower without hogging too much room.
The ONE Apricit is our bypass sliding frame shower door or tub door offering a classic style with a touch of elegance. Two sliding doors glide effortlessly on a superior anodized stainless steel track. Choose your APRICIT door and add a classic touch to your bathroom space.
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