Customer Q & A: Where Do I Put My Towel?


 
I have a small bathroom with no wall space. Is there a way to hang my towel on the glass door?
— Customer Question
 

When it comes to maximizing storage in small spaces, we've got you covered. Even in bathrooms with square footage to spare, the convenience of having a towel within reach is a luxury you'll appreciate every morning. We have several options available to choose from.
 

Towel Bar / Handle Combination

Combining the best of both worlds, this design features a traditional vertical handle on the inside, with a horizontal towel bar on the outside of the enclosure.


Back-to-Back Towel Bar Handle

A horizontal towel bar on both sides of the door doubles storage space for those who want the ability to hang items both outside and inside the shower.


Traditional Towel Bar

Multiple panel enclosures provide even more opportunities for additional storage space. There are many lengths available to perfectly fit within the width of side or return panels.


Towel / Robe Hooks

For those who love functional storage without a big visual "footprint" when not in use, hooks are a great choice! They can be installed through the glass (small holes are cut before the glass is tempered) OR as a "sleeve-over" (clamped to the top of glass panels - no holes required). Either way, they're a great casual alternative to towel bars.


Whatever your space and storage needs, we've got a solution that fits. Happy Hanging!

Staff Spotlight: Brandon Dismore, General Manager

The Cowboys had Tom Landry. U2 has Bono. Here at Shower Doors of Dallas? We have Brandon.

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Quick Stats

  • Born in Irving, Texas
  • Married to his high school sweetheart since 1987.
  • Children: 3. Grandchildren: 6.
  • Fur-Daddy to "Star" the Chihuahua and "Burt" the Great Dane
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Strengths

  • Creative Solutions
  • Brainstorming,
  • Contagious Optimism
  • Voted “Most Likeable Guy You’ll Ever Meet”

Weaknesses

  • Chocolate
  • Puppies
  • 1980’s Hair Bands
  • Unmarked food in the fridge

About

Brandon joined Shower Doors of Dallas back in 2011, but if you ask him when he got into the glass business, he’ll smile smugly and proclaim, “I was BORN in a glass shop.” 

While that’s not literally true, his father did own a glass business and Brandon was put to work as an apprentice at a young age.

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All that real world experience set the foundation for what would become a lifelong career. The more unusual the project, the more excited Brandon becomes to make it happen. His persistence and ingenuity are an inspiration to our entire team. We’re blessed to have him leading our Shower Doors of Dallas family!

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Design Inspiration - Ladder Pull Handles Make a Bold Statement

You don’t have to live in a downtown loft to enjoy a touch of industrial inspired design. With sleek, modern lines becoming more popular, homeowners are falling in love with the Ladder Pull Handle for their shower doors and enclosures.

Because Ladder Pulls are available in a wide range of oversized lengths, they’re the perfect scale for tall enclosures and soaring ceilings.

Ladder Pull Handles come in several finish options to match or complement the existing fixtures in your space. Not sure which size to choose for your shower or bath? Just ask our expert glass technicians during your on-site appointment.

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Mid-Elm Lofts Project – Historical Buildings Renovated to Living Spaces

(Dallas, Texas) – We are excited to announce Shower Doors of Dallas will be designing and installing the custom frameless glass enclosures for the Mid-Elm Lofts Historical Renovation Project in downtown Dallas. Lead by Scott Remphrey of Brytar Companies, the redevelopment effort includes three historic buildings totaling 55,000 square feet at 1512, 1514, and 1516 Elm Street. Current plans call for the project to house 25 residential units. Architexas, which specializes in preservation-based building design, will serve as the project's architect.


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