Bath Screen

A piece of glass made for use on the side of a bath space, providing a barrier between the water of the shower and the rest of the bathroom, without entirely enclosing the tub. Bath screens are generally at least as tall as the shower head and about half the length of the tub. They can be hinged, allowing for full access to the tub space, or they can be made of multiple pieces of glass, with one fixed and the others operational. Those operational pieces can be hinged so that they can fold in upon the set piece like bi-fold or tri-fold doors.

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