When taking on a bathroom remodel, a lot of attention needs to be paid to the shower. It is one of the largest elements of a master bathroom and therefore has a great impact on the design and feel of the entire space. There are, of course, several options when it comes to shower doors and budget is often a large contributing factor to your decision. At Clinton Glass, we love the look of the frameless shower door and today we’re discussing the many benefits that go along with it.

Go Frameless


Frameless shower doors come in any size, allowing your designer complete flexibility in designing the size of your shower space. Choose between a lavish spa shower or a smaller corner walk-in, or anything in between. A frameless shower door can be made to fit any design.

Bigger and Brighter

Light is so important in bathroom design. A dark, gloomy shower is not a fun place to spend time and can make using a razor pretty difficult. With a frameless shower door, light can flow into the space and greatly improve visibility. Additionally, a frameless shower door makes your bathroom feel larger and more airy. Shower curtains or sliding shower doors can cut off sight lines, making the room feel smaller and crowded. When you go frameless, you allow your eye to see into the shower space, which makes the bathroom seem larger.


Because a frameless glass door has no seals around it, there is no place for water and soap to gather and build up, which greatly reduces any mold growth. Frameless doors are also corrosion-free, and generally easier to clean. With a frameless glass door, you can squeegee the door and typically get in and out more easily to clean the floor and walls.

At Clinton Glass, we make frameless glass shower doors that are custom fit for your shower. We can design a door that’s modern, unique, and built to last. To get started, contact us today at (860) 664-3711. Our team at Clinton Glass has been helping residents in Clinton, New London, and New Haven, CT, with all their residential and commercial glass needs since 1997.