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Shower stalls

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A subway-tiled shower enclosed with frameless glass makes for a functional and unfussy bath for teens. | Photo: Michael J. Lee | thisoldhouse.com

A classic redo brings a simple 1910 house up-to-date with an attic hangout for kids and an expansive kitchen ready to welcome family and friends

fiberglass shower doors | ... shower with a semi-frameless Maine Shower Door in brushed Nickel

fiberglass shower doors | ... shower with a semi-frameless Maine Shower Door in brushed Nickel

bathroom black gray slate wood: minimalist bathroom by CONSCIOUS ...  #bathroom #black #conscious #minimalist #slate

bathroom black gray slate wood: minimalist bathroom by CONSCIOUS ... #bathroom #black #conscious #minimalist #slate

narrow bench idea... Note small bench and lip going into shower... Guest shower tile with leg ledge... Shelf at end of shower.. Good for holding things and shaving legs.... Door going in so as not to spill water after shower...

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Aston Avalux GS 39 in. x 32 in. x 72 in. Completely Frameless Shower Enclosure with Glass Shelves in Stainless Steel

The Avalux GS completely frameless rectangular hinged shower enclosure with glass shelving series provides a contemporary, upscale showering experience in your existing shower space. Available in a number of sizes, the Avalux ffeatures 3/8 in. (10mm) ANSI-certified tempered glass, stainless steel constructed hardware, self-centering hinges, premium clear leak seal strips and engineered for reversible left or right-hand hinged door installation. The GS class includes a 2-tier glass shelving…

Shower Design Ideas (Centsational Girl)

I have three shower remodels on my calendar right now, the first is my brother’s bathroom which I’ll be sharing in the next few weeks. The second is a client’s house down the street, they are friends