All you need to know about Glass Shower Screens
Times have evolved. These days glass shower screens are no longer as simple as they used to be. Whether you choose a curvy shape or you prefer a sleeker rectangular shower screen with a matt frame, your glass shower screen is another design element that will have to fit in with the overall décor within your bathroom. Shower screens that are chosen as one-size-fits-all options can typically become eyesores, especially if the rest of the bathroom’s design is going in a completely different direction.
Below, we cover the two most important things that you need to know when choosing your glass shower screen, and how to know which option is perfect for you.
1.Latest Trends and Styles
When you start choosing your glass shower screen it’s very important to consider the latest trends. Reading through magazines could show you which type of shower screens or which new emerging designs might be perfect for your bathroom. This will also give you the chance to learn about different variants such as curved shower screens, that could really accentuate your bathroom and make your shower screens unique. New shower screens moulded in tempered glass or with powder-coated frames may be the perfect addition toward building your dream bathroom.
2.Specific type (Framed, Semi-Framed, or Frameless)
Another very important decision to ask yourself before you settle on any specific shower screen is which type you’d prefer. Different types of shower screens all create different images that will pair with the rest of your bathroom in different ways. If you’re looking for a smoother more minimalistic look that will pair together perfectly with your modern bathroom a frameless shower screen could be the best option for you. Frameless shower screens provide a clear more transparent view that is unobstructed and that has the unique ability to make the shower screen look as if it is floating.
Semi-framed shower screens are typically designed with a metal frame around the main body but a frameless glass cut-out around the door. This particular type provides you will all the structural support that you’d get with a fully framed shower screen, while giving you the sleek modern design of the frameless option as well. On the other hand, fully framed shower screens give your bathroom a much bolder look which, could work in your favour, if contracted with darker cupboards, countertops and windowsills.
At Renovation D, we enjoy furnishing beautiful bathrooms. For this task, we have a large team of qualified personal that have years of experience, and can provide you with knowledge to match. Contact us today, and we will begin to help you build your dream bathroom.