Glass

From 'Shower Enclosures' to replacement windows.... 

 
Kitchen & Bath Center’s architectural glass designs range from unique shower designs that play with light, flow and elegance through framed showers, semi-frameless, frameless and sliding shower doors.

One very popular option right now is FRAMELESS GLASS ENCLOSURES not only because of the flexibility; a frameless glass enclosure lends itself to any style, whether it's a clean, sleek design that appeals to modern tastes or a simple and understated one with an elegant and classic look. 
 
Need a little something more to spruce up your shower?
 
Try a textured glass enclosure: If you want privacy without the frosted look, try a glass with texture. The beautiful textures are enhanced with water running down the glass and create a spa-like feel. Textured glass also allows for a see-through effect while masking specific details, making the bathroom seem larger.
 
Sliding enclosure: Want the beauty of glass but don’t have the room for a swinging door? Try a sliding glass door, a very practical space-saving option that’s also stylish. Sliding doors can be customized to fit any style and space, and are a great way to show off your shower and still have room for other bathroom fixtures.
 
Tub enclosure: Just because you have a tub doesn’t mean you are stuck with a shower curtain. Tempered hinged glass can give you the best of both worlds: the ability to reach the fixtures and the ability to keep water in the shower.
 
Also, tempered ⅜-inch frameless glass is very durable, so even if you bump the panel against your toilet or vanity, it won’t damage the glass. Tempered glass can be sandblasted to create a frosted look, providing some privacy as well as looking good. Have a little fun with a combination of frosted and clear glass.
 
No shower enclosure: Some bathroom layouts don't require an enclosure at all. A consistent floor material makes this bathroom seem expansive. The open shower with just the tiled wall separating it from the vanity gives the bathroom a nice feeling of unity. 

 Framed enclosure: Framed enclosures are a popular option because they are a low-cost solution to the age-old problem of how to keep water in the shower. But just because the shower is framed doesn't mean it can't be stylish. Instead of polished brass, try a chrome finish for a look that can be classic or modern.  Want something affordable and traditional? Go with an oil-rubbed-bronze frame — and don't forget to add a drain cover to match.
 
Tile and glass enclosure: A frameless glass door combined with tiled walls gives this bathroom an open look. A tile surround with frameless glass windows not only makes the shower feel bigger on the inside, it also allows plenty of light in. 
 

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