Choosing Wet Room Shower Doors That are Functional For Walk In Showers

wet room shower doorsThe best wet room shower doors will be frameless and will not run on a track. They are simply mounted with pivots onto a wall. The basic things you must choose is the glass thickness and the color of the accents, be they chrome or antique or some other color to match your décor. You may also want to consider a curved door like the Kohler Cyan series that come in left and right handed models. These cost about $2,000 so they may not be the most economical choice, but they do allow for a corner shower area that may make all the difference to having walk in showers that actually fit in unusual spaces without getting a complete custom door built to measure.

Basco Shower Doors

The best and cheapest wet room shower doors are the Basco swing style walk in showers doors that can be totally customized as to glass thickness and accent colors. The thinline frameless doors are also a very elegant choice for wet room shower doors in rustic stone or natural tile settings. The Preceria design is a clean design that is very functional and practical for walk in showers that have walls or pillars where the doors can be attached. The Ininity series of wet room shower doors is an affordable way to have glass added to an inexpensive modular backing or floor tray design that can be made to look like a complete enclosure without need of tile or stonework. This may be an cheaper solution to having a walk in shower with a bit of glass without recreating the entire bathroom or shower area. There is also a sliding door option which will necessitate a track, but comes with the door kit.

Where To Buy

Basco wet room shower doors and glass products for walk in showers can be purchased at retailers all across the USA and Canada. Although you can view their product line on their website, it is not possible to order directly from the manufacturer. Lowe’s is one of the main dealers for the Basco line of shower products and there are thousands of such retailers across North America.

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