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Shower Door

I have to replace our shower door as part of a total bathroom remodel.  Currently, there is a 36 X 36 shower pan and three walls of tile.  The shower door is two parts.  One is a fixed, framed panel with glass about 12 inches long.  The other is a door which swings open against a tile wall about 24 inches.  Unfortunately because of the placement of the toilet, there is clearance for about 25 inches max for the new door.  It seems difficult to find a framed or unframed door which would mimic the current setup.  Is that true.  Or, would we be better off not using a shower pan, tiling the floor with a drain and a 2 inch lip across the bottom of the opening,  and then building a tiled 12" wide wall, and ordering a 25 inch unframed door?  Interested in your thoughts, and certainly any other ideas.  Thank you in advance.
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Posted 2015-07-19T20:25:31+0000  by rndballref rndballref
Hi rndballref,

Your pictures give me an an Idea, if your remodeling, why no open up the shower, remove the right side wall and install a glass door on the right side where the wall is now, away from the toilet. You can purchase a glass corner style door.

This will make the shower less claustrophobic and eliminate the interference with the toilet.

Posted 2015-07-20T17:32:24+0000  by Mike_HD_OC
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