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Margaret
Last reply on Oct 15, 2015

I hate the sliding doors in my shower/tub but don't want to remove the

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Margaret
Last reply on Oct 15, 2015

I hate the sliding doors in my shower/tub but don't want to remove them, any ideas on what to do to decorate or make them look not so blah?

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  • GranArt
    GranArt Granbury, TX
    on Oct 7, 2013

    I have the same thing and long ago I just added a shower rod at the top and a nice shower curtain...

  • Houseworks Unlimited, Inc.
    Houseworks Unlimited, Inc. Mount Airy, MD
    on Oct 7, 2013

    We've seen a number of our clients add a shower rod (or two) in front of it and install decorative curtains.

  • Beth Bourque
    Beth Bourque Comstock Park, MI
    on Oct 7, 2013

    It's pretty easy to just take them out. Most of them can be pushed up while bringing the bottom edge out of the track and completely removed. They store very easily in the back of a closet or under a bed. Then, just hang a tension rod and shower curtain. The tracks should be left in place unless you are trying to get rid of the thing entirely. Just know that they will be a major project to remove.

  • Dec My Home Staging & Redesign
    Dec My Home Staging & Redesign Fort Lauderdale, FL
    on Oct 8, 2013

    I agree with everyone else. Add a tension shower rod and nice shower curtin. This is a very quick fix and inexpensive.

  • Isabel Karon
    Isabel Karon Longville, MN
    on Oct 8, 2013

    That is what I did as well. I like the softer feeling in the bathroom with fabric rather than the sliding doors. Put the rod up and hand nice fabric shower curtain. I left the doors on. Just move the fabric aside to go in shower. Looks nice and works fine.

  • Maxie Sykes
    Maxie Sykes New York, NY
    on Oct 24, 2013

    Hello Lindsay! It is better if you show us an image of your shower/tub sliding door.... :)

  • Margaret
    Margaret Collingswood, NJ
    on Oct 15, 2015

    I added a tension rod for a pretty shower curtain on one side of the sliding doors and a liner on the other side of the sliding doors, leaving the one door open, keeping the shower curtain & liner drawn so the print would hide the doors as well as keep the inside of the shower doors clean! Received many compliments.

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