Shower Doors in St. Louis
Refresh your bathroom’s appearance with a shower door from Signature Kitchen. With our broad selection of styles, shapes, sizes and finishes, we’ll help you choose a shower door that complements your décor and enhances the look and feel of your bathroom space.
Shower doors come in a variety of shapes and sizes. It is important to measure the precise size of your existing shower or new shower space, as well as the overall space in your bathroom. Material is also important when it comes to picking out a shower door. How you want your shower door to function can depend on the type of material you choose.
Our designers at Signature Kitchen & Bath can help guide you through the decision making process when buying shower doors for your bathroom remodel. You will feel confident about your shower door selection with the help of Signature Kitchen & Bath.
Types of Shower Doors
Sliding Shower Doors – Sliding shower doors, also known as bypass doors, typically consist of two or three panels that glide past each other on the shower enclosure. These are one of the most common types of shower doors. They are a functional, save space and are mostly used in alcove, corner stand-alone and bathtub showers.
Curved Shower Doors - Curved shower doors, also known as round shower doors, open inward attached at bottom and the top of the shower frame. This allows for strength and stability while also allowing easy access to the enclosure. You can access the shower enclosure from the left or right with a curved shower door. They create added space and are commonly used for corner stand-alone showers.
Neo-Angle Shower Doors – Neo-Angle Shower Doors have two small side panels placed parallel to two side walls while the main door is located between them. These shower doors can be installed to open left or right and are designed to fit corner shower enclosures.
Pivot Shower Doors - Pivot shower doors, also known as swinging doors or hinge doors, open like a traditional door and provide easy access to the shower enclosure. These doors are most commonly used with corner and stand-alone showers and can be installed to open left or right and in and out to fit the structure of your bathroom.
Framed Shower Doors – Framed shower doors are available in a variety of finishes to frame your shower door panels. We offer shower door frame materials, including brass, bronze, chrome, nickel or silver. Whatever your personal style preference may be, we have the options to compliment your bathroom décor.
Frameless Shower Doors – Frameless shower doors are made of a single glass panel than can be built to open in and out. This type of shower door frame design is an easy-to-clean option.