shower door vs no door

robin11034August 26, 2012


I'm doing some research for a bathroom remodel. One thing I see quite frequently are showers with no doors and often times just open areas. Some of these showers are small enough that there is no way that water could not splash out of the shower area onto the bathroom floor area. I like the look, but am wondering could anyone share why they did or did not choose a shower door? Are there minimum requirements as for the size of the shower area? I do not want to trade a look for a headache later.


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Belay that question. I found several threads with information that have answered the question of whether we will have door or not. Our layout dictates that we have a door.


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