Contemporary Trends In Shower Doors And Enclosures

The beautiful bathroom balance the beauty of the designer home. Depending on the design, it can spoil or emphasize the beauty of the house. There are many options for doors and closers on the market today.

So, if you are considering replacing your dull shower curtain with custom bath doors, you may be interested in researching the newest door trends out there.

Frameless Shower Door

Conventional doors usually have a thick vinyl or aluminum frame that adds to the boxy and uncomfortable look.

Compared to bold and bold homes in five-star hotels and design magazines, this bathroom door looks ancient. To avoid this, you need a frameless swing door that will give your shower a sleek and cohesive look that is so popular these days.

Transparent Shower Door

Showers from the '90s and earlier tend to have frosted glass. This is good for privacy but looks dirty. The modern door trend is leaning towards clear glass, which offers a more elegant, brighter, and wider look and allows you to display custom shower tiles.

The shower/tub combination is not popular in 2017. If you have space, a separate bathtub and a large wardrobe are much more aesthetically pleasing.

In the bathroom, luxurious yet durable features like a low-flow rain head turn the preparation into a spa experience every morning.