Does this picture look familiar? I'm pretty sure that the 1990's called and they would like their shower doors back. Brass was certainly a design trend in the late 80's and early 90's. Shower doors with sliders were the thing to do in new home construction and remodeling. I can't imagine that in ten or fifteen years we will look back on designs and wonder what the big deal was with "that" design. Anyone want to venture a guess what it will be? My vote would be "duck face" pictures...but that may not be relevant to this discussion.
So what's trending right now in the design world? That would be "Euro" glass showers.
Frameless glass showers are very popular right now aka "Euro glass" designs and we have been getting quite a bit of requests for this option. Space in the shower will dictate options with this design. Pictured above is a shower with a nice 180 degree opening door with the previously mentioned frameless set up. But what if you don't have a whole lot of extra space, what options do you have?
Here's that option. The bathroom pictured is set up with an curbless shower floor extending all the way in to the bathroom, which looks fantastic. The vanity and tub are clearly a very modern design but they also take up quite a bit of space. So going with the sliding shower door on the left as well as the sliding door to the lavatory on the right is a trendy new option. It also allows you to maximize space in the bathroom. You don't have to be limited by your space if you can think out of the box. Don't be limited by old habits in bathroom trends!