Shower doors serve a very practical purpose for your bathroom, but they can be a valuable design element as well. Whether you are building a new home or simply renovating your bathroom, finding the right shower door can make a huge difference in the overall style of the space. In today’s blog post, Ryan’s all-glass will take a look at a few design tips for your shower doors as well as trends that dominate this area.
Keep Overall Design In Mind
The most common mistake with shower doors, especially when it comes to the design of your bathroom, is picking a door that doesn’t go with the overall style of the bathroom. A sleek, frameless shower enclosure is a fantastic aesthetic element for your bathroom. But if the overall look of your bathroom or home is more Victorian or vintage, a frameless shower door will conflict with that overall design.
The important thing to do when picking out features like vanities or shower doors is to find pieces that are must-haves and design your bathroom around those. For instance, if you absolutely must-have a sleek, frameless shower, you need to design your bathroom around that.
Consider Frameless Shower Enclosures
If you are redesigning or renovating your bathroom, you should absolutely consider a frameless shower enclosure. They are on the cutting edge of design and are much easier to clean than regular shower doors. There isn’t a single design element that will be more beneficial to your bathroom design than a beautiful frameless shower enclosure. Much like a vanity, a frameless shower enclosure will be the centerpiece and set the tone of your bathroom.
Take Careful Measurements
Shower doors are one of the few things that people will elect to install themselves, so it’s important to take extra precautions with your measurements if you won’t have any professional help. The most common mistake made is not measuring correctly or failing to account for wall angles. If you have a full shower enclosure with walls, you must design a curb that allows your door to swing freely. If the angle of the door and the wall is not 90 degrees, it will be restricted.
Contact Ryan’s all-glass For More Tips On Shower Doors
If you are looking for your next shower door, Ryan’s all-glass can provide the perfect solution. For more information on what we offer, give us a call at (513) 771-4440 or contact us online today.