Types Of Shower Screens

These days, there are so many unique and interesting shower screens available that designing a bathroom has never been more fun. With so many different options to choose from, the hardest part is deciding which one to use. Here are some of the most popular types of modern shower screens that you may want to consider.

Frameless Glass Enclosures

Typically, shower screens are surrounded by a metal frame that is designed to hold the panels of glass in place. With a frameless design, however, the glass is secured in place using clips rather than a metal frame. This keeps the metal from obstructing the view into or out of the shower, creating a sleek, modern look. This type of shower enclosure works well with just about any style of decor. It is also ideal for small bathrooms since it helps create the illusion of a more open, expansive space.

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Glass Block Walls

Using glass blocks to build a shower enclosure is an increasingly popular trend in home design. There are quite a few benefits associated with using glass blocks versus other types of enclosures. For one thing, because the blocks are textured, they provide some level of privacy while still allowing light to get through. Additionally, they create an interesting architectural detail that helps enhance the overall look and feel of the space. Typically, glass block enclosures are built without a door, instead just having an opening where you can walk through to get inside.

Sliding Glass Doors

If you are working with limited space, sliding glass doors can be a good option. Not only do they help the bathroom feel larger by creating an open, airy space, but they also eliminate the need for extra space for the door to swing open or closed. You can choose either transparent or textured glass, depending on the look that you are going for. Most modern sliding doors are designed without a frame to keep the look open and light.

These are some of the most popular types of modern shower screens that are currently available. If you aren’t sure which option to choose, you may want to consider browsing through photos online or visiting a bathroom showroom in person. This can give you plenty of ideas and inspiration for how to design your own space. In the end, whichever option you choose, chances are you will love taking a shower in your brand-new bathroom once it is all complete.