A simple touch can make a huge difference in the appearance of your bathroom. Installing a new shower rod or door is a practical and cost-effective way to achieve this appearance, while still getting the best function. A simple shower curtain is a sufficient way to keep your bathroom floor free of water, while a shower door provides an elegant solution for water-tight and easy access. Re-Bath can help you select the best shower door for your style and needs with our full line of custom shower doors.
Shower doors depend largely on the design of your shower, the size, and how far you want yours to open. The type of door depends on whether you own a bathtub shower or a stand-alone shower, and how much space you want to occupy. Both framed and frameless doors can be beautiful as they are functional:
Bypass-sliding doors require the least amount of space. Two or three panels slide past one another in a stationary space, commonly used in bathtub showers or corner and alcove standalone showers. Customers can choose a framed door for a more polished and traditional look to complement the space, or frameless door to create a larger sense of openness and modernism. Opaque or frosted glass offer the most privacy, with textures for an element of style. Clear glass allows the eye to be drawn to the detail of the tile and stonework of the shower. Specially-designed roller bearings ensure a quiet and effortless opening and closing.
- Swing doors can be framed, semi-framed, or frameless, and open inward or outward, depending on the customer’s preference. They take up little space in standalone showers, which is ideal for openings that cannot fit a bypass-sliding door, and can be designed to fit corner installations. A frame offers a more put-together look with chrome, or nickel finishes, while frameless and semi frameless doors offer a more airy and modern look.
Our Re-Bath design consultants can help you choose the most beautiful and functional shower door to fit your space.