Multiple glass panels are used in larger shower enclosures. In addition to the shower door, additional glass panels are used to complete the shower surround environment. Removing tiled walls and replacing them with glass walls opens up the shower enclosure and the bathroom as well. Additional glass shower panels also brighten up the showering area and can help to make a smaller bathroom appear larger. Additional glass panels can be installed from floor to ceiling, can be on half or buttress, can have clipped corners, or can be bent for curved shower environments. Most commonly used in frameless and semi-frameless enclosures, glass return panel configurations can be customized to fit the needs of any project.
Additionally, separate glass panels can be used in commercial applications such as glass walls and partitions, steam rooms and locker rooms as well as conference rooms and private offices. Glass panels are also available in custom colors, textures and designs. Glass can come in a variety of thicknesses as well and would most likely be safety glass (tempered or laminated). Glass panels can be arranged in a variety of configurations.