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4. Showcase Shower DoorsA glass enclosure will make your bathroom feel light and airy and will allow accent tile in the shower to become a focal point. Hinged shower swing doors are the most popular option. They can open outward to a 90-degree angle, providing a safe, wide and open entry, or they can swing inward, or both.You’ll want to consider how the door swing affects available floor space and other elements, such as the toilet, towel bars, product carts and so on. Shower doors are typically made at a minimum of 22 inches wide and a maximum of 36 inches wide.Also think about the metal finish of your shower door hinges and hardware. This finish can match other finishes in the room, such as faucets and light fixtures, or contrast with them for a mixed-metals look.
Adjacent to the younger daughter’s bedroom is that of the older daughter, where a nook serves as a cosy reading spot. A timber trellis has been designed for the plants to grow over it and screen the sleeping area. The older daughter’s bathroom embraces industrial decor with track light fixtures and a black-framed glass door. 10 Stylish Ways to Bring in Glass Partitions