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The bathroom isn’t just one of the most functional spaces in your home. It’s also a place where you can introduce unique design elements or unwind and enjoy some time alone.

Frameless shower doors address all three crucial aspects of a quality bathroom: they look fantastic, offer a lot of utility, and can introduce a vibe into your bathroom that makes you feel comfortable and relaxed. 

Why Use Frameless Shower Doors?

Let’s get more specific about the benefits of these unique shower doors. One of the reasons these doors are most coveted is their ability to bring more light into your bathroom’s design. 

While they aren’t necessarily a replacement for a new window, they can create an open space where light passes through easily. The result is a cheerier, more dynamic-looking bathroom. 

Frameless shower doors are also excellent if you’re tired of your space feeling small. Even larger bathrooms can feel cramped, with shower curtains or framed shower doors occupying space.

Frameless doors automatically bring that sense of openness to rooms of any size. They also offer a nice way to show off your tile. If you’re currently working on your bathroom and thinking about adding some beautiful new tile, a frameless shower door means you’ll see the fruits of your labor more often.

A less-known benefit of these doors is that they can lessen mold buildup. Metal frames have small bits like rubber gaskets that can sometimes make the perfect surface for mildew or mold to grow. But since frameless shower doors don’t have nearly as much hardware, you’re already less likely to see mold growth anywhere on your door.

Types of Doors

Are you feeling sold on this special kind of shower door? If so, all that’s left is figuring out which type of door is right for you. We carry many doors in different finishes, sizes, and price points. 

These doors come in two main types: hinged or sliding. These categories have variants, but you’ll likely find that the variations all share some characteristics. Overall, swinging or hinged shower doors operate simply and don’t have many moving parts, so they tend to be easier to install and maintain. Sliding doors have a beautifully modern look and are usually friendlier for smaller spaces. 

For finishes, you can choose between chrome, oil-rubbed bronze, or stainless steel. Chrome is an excellent pick for all kinds of bathrooms because it is versatile and ensures your bathroom has a brilliant shine. Chrome is phenomenal if you’re looking to get a brighter bathroom.

Oil-rubbed bronze is a unique choice, giving the space a more antique vibe. It might also place nicely with other dark fixtures in your bathroom, and it looks quite dramatic against the clear glass of the door itself. Stainless steel is another more universal choice, with the added benefit of being corrosion-resistant and highly durable.

Once you’ve done your measurements, you can start filtering our options by size. Fortunately, we have enough variety that you’ll likely find something to suit your aesthetic and fit your space requirements. 

We also carry doors within an affordable price range. This makes a luxurious element like a frameless glass door more accessible than ever for as many homeowners as possible.

Bathroom Tub Doors

Many tend to associate frameless doors with showers, but there’s no rule stipulating that you can’t use them for your tub, too. Seconds & Surplus has doors fit for both showers and tubs — even some that work with alcove shower/tub combos. 

Giving yourself that enclosed feeling while soaking in the tub can help ease you into a more relaxed mood. These doors also offer the same benefits as shower-specific doors. They are easy to clean, lower your chances of mold growth, and open up many more design possibilities for your bathroom.

Seconds & Surplus: Famous For Our Frameless Shower Doors

Discover your new favorite bathroom fixture at Seconds & Surplus. Shop online by searching through our extensive catalog today. Alternatively, if you prefer an in-person experience, stop by one of our many Texas warehouses in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. We’re always here to help you with your decision, so reach out with any questions or concerns, and we’ll point you in the right direction.