Bathroom Design: Fixed Shower Panels
Yesterday I shared on my Instagram stories some progress shots on our little two bedroom flip house and created the final to-do checklist before we can list it for sale.
For both bathroom remodels, I chose single pane glass shower panels. It’s a contemporary look, but one I prefer in small to mid size bathrooms with walk in showers. These tempered glass panels are available in a few different styles: framed, frameless, screen, and etched. Installation requires U brackets secured to the wall and shower floor with added silicone on both sides of the glass to stabilize the pane.
For my shower remodels I bought two of these frameless panels in satin brass, they were a lot less expensive than a local bid I got for shower doors. I’m so pleased with how light they feel compared to the alternative of framed sliding or a hinged shower door. (And less glass to clean!) The same panels are also available here with multiple bracket finishes available.
This “barely there” frameless style works for any walk in shower where there is additional space for entry and exit beyond the panel.
Below are a few examples where other designers have installed a similar fixed shower panel. Also find budget friendly sources for a similar style if you’re planning a shower remodel in the future. 🙂
the beach people
three birds renovation
Budget Friendly Shower Glass Panels:
curved top in satin brass
matte brass frame
matte black frame
matte black grid
framed fluted & clear
frameless panel (U bracket in chrome, bronze, black & brass)
arched top (multiple finishes)
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