Shower screens can make your bathroom look elegant and they are available in various shapes and sizes to match the existing decoration of your bathroom.
There are three different types of shower screen frames:
Framed shower screens are fitted around the glass in such a way that all sides of the panels are covered. It is a traditional style that is generally the cheapest of the three options. However, you should keep in mind that fully framed shower screens present a problem of their own. There are spaces between the frame and the glass where dirt can accumulate. This gives the edges of the frame a dirty, black lining which will need to be cleaned frequently.
A semi-frameless shower screen has an outer frame but the middle edges of the glass are not framed. This option is more costly than a fully framed shower screen, but cheaper than frameless. Semi-frameless screens helps make the shower screen look nice and neat.
As the name suggests, these shower screens do not have a frame around the glass panels to hold them in place. Instead, these shower screens have clamps that hold the glass doors together. At the same time, they provide a very elegant look to your bathroom and give off a minimalist look. Although, due to their frameless design these screens are the most costly option. However, these shower screens are very easy to clean as there are no points or spaces along which the grime can accumulate.
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