8 Glass Shower Door Design Trends for 2019
If you’ve spent the better part of this year dreaming about a shower renovation, why not take the plunge! With new design trends becoming popular and classic design trends making a comeback, you have more choices than ever for your new glass shower door.
1. Curved Glass Shower Door
One timeless design element is the curved glass shower door. A curved door is a unique way to make your shower the focal point of your bathroom. The best part? It doesn’t need to be a corner shower for curved glass to work. It’s a great option no matter your bathroom layout.
2. Partial Enclosure
A truly modern design, the partial enclosure is a popular walk-in shower option. Not only that, but it’s a very functional design that minimizes water splashing around.
3. Framed Glass Shower Door
Framed shower doors can work especially well if you have a particular design or theme in mind. The frames can act like a part of your design and tie your whole bathroom together.
Related: The Complete Guide to a Glass Shower Enclosure Upgrade
4. Frosted Glass
A classic trend, that’s making a comeback, is the frosted glass shower door. These doors are great for privacy and truly functional for your multiuser bathrooms.
5. Rain or Textured Glass
Similar to frosted glass, rain or textured glass is perfect if you value your privacy, but also want a unique design. The texture can bring the design together, serving as a focal point for your bathroom.
6. Etched Glass
If you want to decorate your glass shower door, etchings may be the way to go. You can have a particular design etched into the glass to bring some originality to your shower. However, if you don’t want designs etched into the glass, you can also buy a designed window covering that can go directly on your glass shower door.
7. Bifold Glass Shower Door
One of our favorite shower doors is the bifold door. These close in on themselves, which is not only a space saver, but also a great design element.
8. Combination of Frosted & Clear Glass
Everyone treats frosted and clear glass like it’s an either-or decision. However, you can actually do both. You can frost parts of your glass shower door for privacy purposes but leave the rest of it clear for an interesting design.
Designing your new shower is a process – from the tile to the showerhead to the glass shower door. All of these elements need to work together for a cohesive design. Luckily, you have several modern and classic glass shower door design options at your disposal.
If you’re looking to install a new glass shower door, contact Arrow Glass & Mirror today!
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