Glass with Class

Shower doors and enclosures are a larger financial investment than those colorful swaths of plastic or canvas hanging from matching rings, so it's important to consider which type suits your bathroom needs. Maybe it's a swinging door with hinges; a curved enclosure for a challenging corner; a frameless contemporary model; textured glass; or perhaps customized panels to suit your particular style. Read on for some of the latest and greatest product options.

With towel bars inside and out, the space-efficient 46½ inch by 72 inch sliding Town Square shower door enclosure from American Standard has a smart design and sleek look. It comes in clear tempered safety glass to show off your tile style, or in antique glass for color contrast. The metal frame, available in a polished chrome, blackened bronze, polished brass, or satin finish, can complement adjacent bath hardware. About $974-$1196 for clear glass (depending on frame); and about $1499-$1699 for antique glass; American Standard
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