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Shower Door Designs to Embrace for Bathroom Remodeling!

Have you got tired of seeing and using your dull outdated shower room? Even while embarking on a renovation but you are on the edge of budget, bathroom remodeling may seem to be a dream to you- Right? But we say NO! A simple shower door replacement can bring an unexpected change in functionality and overall curb appeal to your bathroom.

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Best Shower Door Styles to Check Out for Bathroom Remodeling

Of course, endless choices are available for glass shower enclosures, especially the doors that can make you feel a little overwhelmed while shopping. Don’t worry! We are here to help you, as some decisions of shower door depend on your style preferences like which type of glass you want- etched, fogged, or clear.  

Also, consider after which door style you are such as:

Pivot doors

Whether you have a small bathroom or a larger one, a pivot shower door is a perfect match for any space. It swings around 180° for its pivot hinge, which allows you to open it widely out or in as you require. In fact, you can have two options here- either you can go for the pivot door attached hinge on one side that swings inside and outside or the center-mounted ones to have the revolving shower door. And if you have determined to get pivot shower doors in your bathroom, look for an ultra-modern curved glass shower door. 

Steam doors

Are you opting for floor-to-ceiling shower doors? Then, we, MDM Custom Remodeling Inc, recommend a steam shower door. The design allows a shower to double, just seeming like a steam room. The glass panels in the shower doors extend to the ceiling from the floor to hold the steam tight. Most steam shower doors come with solid glass panels and hinge with built-in air-tight seals and moveable panels above the door used as vents.

Bypass doors

In short, these are sliding doors that you can handle, just like your patio doors. Two sliding doors remain attached to the shower enclosure and slide on the tracks or move by mechanical rollers. The bypass door is perfect for the bathroom having stand-alone showers or the combined bathtub-shower configurations. Also, if you are blessed with a small shower room, you can make efficient use even of the tiny room with this sliding door installation because it doesn’t swing out!

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