We Have a Wide Selection of Beautiful Shower Doors
Shower doors may seem like auxiliary components, but they’re actually just as important as the showers they go hand in hand with. Therefore, you should do adequate research before purchasing a shower door, as this way you’ll know which shower door is best for you before you ever spend your hard-earned money.
A good shower door is functional, visually attractive, and sturdy. Before you start shopping for shower doors, see how much bathroom space is available. You'll also want a clear mental image of the bathtub’s location, and you should know how much weight can be supported by the wall you intend to attach the shower door to. For those who want to turn their bathrooms into oases, purchasing first-rate shower doors is a top priority.
Call us when you have questions about the shower doors we’re offering or when you'd like to set up an appointment to visit our Brooklyn showroom. We’re confident that we have shower doors that’ll take your breath away.
There Are So Many Shower Doors to Choose From
Even though shower doors are sometimes overlooked, they’re indispensable. If the shower doors were absent, the shower wouldn’t be totally enclosed, and having a permanently open shower would be problematic for several reasons. Moreover, shower doors can make a style statement, especially if they go well with the surrounding decor. Below are some popular shower door styles:
Framed Doors: These shower doors are made of textured and tempered glass, and they utilize a frame for support. This is the most affordable shower door option, yet these doors still look classy. The frames accentuate the doors and boost visual appeal.
Semi-Frameless Doors: With semi-frameless doors, the enclosure is framed but the doors are frameless. This configuration is ideal for individuals who want to take advantage of the frameless setup without spending a lot of money.
Frameless Doors: With frameless doors, there’s no frame to support the external edges of the glass. If you're trying to create a sleek, modern bathroom, purchasing frameless doors is a good move. These look great when tile and elegant bathroom fixtures surround them.
Sliding Doors: These are ideal when there’s not enough space for a swinging shower door. These doors are installed on tracks, which means they can be opened in both directions. If you have a bathtub next to the shower, it's best to have a sliding door.
Round Doors: These are ideal for corner showers. They’re curved and can be framed or frameless.
Get Top-Of-The-Line Shower Doors at NY Kitchen & Home Design Center
At NY Kitchen and Home Design Center, we always have a wide variety of high-quality shower doors in stock. We have all the shower doors described above as well as many other popular styles. We know you'll find what you're looking for if you visit our Brooklyn showroom or check out our online store.