(Just to preface this, we moved in the middle of October. I LOVE our new house. Any complaining is strictly humorous. Mostly.)
There are many things in life I don't get. And I'm okay with that. I don't need to know or understand everything. But things that affect my everyday life I need to get. They need to make at least a little sense.
And I don't get clear shower doors.
I mean, yes, it makes the bathroom feel bigger.
Yes, they look pretty when they are all sparkly clean.
And yes, they are MUCH better than shower curtains.
A) My bathroom is huge enough. The extra 6 square feet of shower is not going to make a big difference in visual space.
2) When are they EVER sparkly clean? Is that even possible?
D) Frosted shower doors would be just as (quite frankly even more) superior to curtains.
I'm sorry, but have the inventors of clear shower doors never heard of children? Do these people not realize that children have no concept of privacy when it comes to you showering? And that they can and WILL wander in and get a lovely view of you (me) in your (my) birthday suit?
Now, those of you without these little blessings will laugh, but this is a fact:
And in my case, I just get the whole child.
Now, I could lock my bathroom door. But, wait! My bathroom doesn't have a door! It has a fancy decorative entry from my bedroom. And also a door to my closet that doesn't lock. And my closet has a door to the laundry room. So, technically I could lock both my bedroom and my closet/laundry doors, but really? Who's going to remember to do that every time they want to shower?
Not this girl!
Even without children, I don't get them. I like to shower in privacy. And being fully visible to anyone walking by, spouse or child, does not feel like privacy.
So for the love of all that is sane, why clear shower doors? Why?
(And do any of you know a way to frost glass doors? I know you can get some sort of chemical, but it seems like you would need a lot to do two whole doors. And I try to avoid chemicals in general.)
Is this just me?