Thank you for coming to learn more about our Frameless shower doors and European frameless shower doors including the ever-popular curved frameless shower doors. In this Gallery, you will find samples of the Frameless shower doors we have installed. Please select the style that best represents your tub doors or glass shower enclosure to view examples of design options and layouts we have used over the years. We also showcase the widest range of shower doors in the area in our premier glass enclosure showrooms where we can work with you to design the right shower door that best fits your needs. We encourage you to stop by one of our premier shower door showrooms to see many of these Frameless door styles on display.
Frameless shower doors give you the most bang for your buck. You get the million dollar look without breaking the bank. As you will see in the gallery, these shower doors are sleek, elegant and have minimal hardware.
This type of frameless shower door is the most common and most popular. Frameless Shower Doors that have a 90-degree joint are called a corner shower. Many bathroom layouts have a shower next to the bathtub that calls for this type of shower door design. See some great examples in the corner shower door gallery.
No two frameless neo angle shower doors are the same. That is why we create a neo-angle shower to fit your exact opening. We identify the exact angle of your shower curb to ensure the best reveals are created when the shower is installed. Please view our frameless neo-angle shower door gallery for more ideas.
These all glass shower enclosures fall outside the traditional layouts. Customize your shower enclosure to make it the showpiece of your bathroom. View the custom shower door gallery to see some of the unique projects we have completed.
Using glass is a simple yet elegant way to define spaces. L&L Glass was called out to help define the open space between the customer’s front door and living room. The home gets great natural light, and they did not want to enclose the area as it would darken the front entry. The homeowners came to our showroom and selected a patterned glass that would show light but provide some separation. They also wanted the glass to be slightly elevated off of the floor and ceiling. We worked with our hardware suppliers to identify a clamp that would give this look while also be structurally sound. Because of the inlay in the wood floor, we chose the edge where the darker wood and lighter wood met as a natural termination. READ MORE
Master Bath Vanity Mirror - Littleton, CO
Many mirrors that we install are custom cut to fit a specific opening. Mirrors above a vanity, like in this image, are very common but they are all slightly unique.
This installation was unique in that we had to measure the exact location of the electrical outlet as well as the electrical boxes for the light mounts. This is a great bang for the buck as the lights look like they are growing out of the mirror.
In this installation for example, we had to measure the exact location of the electrical outlet as well as the electrical boxes that the lights mount to. This is a great bang for the buck to add cut outs for light fixtures to make is look like the lights are growing out of the mirror. READ MORE