Frameless Glass Doors

The largest choice of bespoke frameless glass door designs and hardware available in the UK

Bespoke interior frameless glass doors made to order in a range of glass choices including sandblasted designs and colours. A complete solution with the glass and hardware tailored to your project. Our aim is to make your purchase as simple as possible, and to ensure the perfect end result.

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Our Hinged Glass Doors can come in two different types - FULL GLASS and FRAMELESS GLASS. These terms distinguish between the different hinge and handle types that we can offer, and the type of wall opening that you have.


With hinges and lever handles to fit a glass door into a standard doorway. An easy way to replace a timber door with a glass door. Hinges and latch strike plates/keeps fit perfectly into the rebate of any ordinary door frame. Solutions with locks for bathrooms, key locks and double doors.


Cutting edge contemporary style to understated elegance, a frameless glass door is a perfect design choice. With 'glass to wall' or pivot hinges that fit into the wall reveal, and pull bar handles or knobs. Choice of hinges and handles to suit different requirements and sizes/weights of glass, and a range of accessories such as privacy locks.


Frameless glass doors can also come in a sliding option. Choose from a range of superior quality sliding tracks and handles. Our sliding glass door systems include pelmet options where the clamps and rollers are concealed, and pole systems with stylish modern rolling glass carriers.

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Use the links below to view indepth detail for each product in our range of bespoke internal glass doors. View the different hinge options and handle choices for our frameless glass doors and full glass doors. Along with the different track designs and accessories for our sliding frameless glass doors.

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Full Glass Single Doors


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Full Glass Double Doors


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Frameless Glass Doors


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Frameless Double Doors


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Sliding Glass Doors


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Sliding Door Handles


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Locks and Handles


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Pull Handles


We have the largest range of glass choices. We can even produce bespoke designs.

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Linea Design Glass: standard or low iron

NEGATIVE: opaque design elements on clear background.

8mm, 10mm, 12mm

Linea Design refers to sandblasted designs that employ straight lines or angular shapes such as squares.

A tempate is used to mask the glass. After blasting, the template is removed and the glass is coated with Ritec ClearShield for fingerprint protection.

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Linea Design Glass: standard or low iron

POSITIVE: clear design elements on opaque background.

8mm, 10mm, 12mm

The process and principles are the same as those used for Negative Linea Designs, but the pattern is reversed.

The most popular design is as above: 4No equally spaced clear lines. However, the lines can be as wide or narrow as you wish, and positioned wherever you would like.

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Clear Glass:
standard or low iron

8mm, 10mm, 12mm

Glass naturally contains iron, and it's the iron that gives standard glass a slight green tint. All standard glass has this green hue, but it is more apparent in the thicker glasses that are used for frameless glass doors.

Hence, low iron glass has become the glass of choice for interior design. Most of the iron is removed to give better clarity, purity of colour and very high levels of light transmittance.

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Special Design Glass: standard or low iron

8mm, 10mm 12mm

The process for 'Special Designs' is the same as that for Linea Designs.

Special Design refers to patterns that feature curves, logos, lettering and infact pretty much anything your imagination can contrive.

You can either let us know your idea and we can design the artwork for your final approval, or you can provide your own artwork in a print ready format.

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Satin Glass: standard or low iron

Available thicknesses 8mm, 10mm, 12mm (not low iron)

Produced by acid etching one face, Satin glass has a uniform, 'silky smooth' appearance that diffuses light to give a soft, natural appearance. It has excellent light transmission whilst providing a high level of privacy.

It is ideal for bathrooms and the preferred choice for plain opaque doors as it is a durable surface that needs no additional protection.

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Sandblasted Glass: standard or low iron

Available thicknesses 8mm, 10mm 12mm

Glass is blasted with grit at high speed to give a milky white finish.

As this creates small pits in the glass, it can easily show fingerprints. To help protect from this and make cleaning easier, the glass is coated with Ritec ClearShield. This completely clear coating bonds to the glass. It will not peel or crack and prevents dirt from sticking to the surface.

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Tinted Glass:

Available thicknesses 10mm, 12mm

Metal oxides are added to the glass in production to give a bronze, grey or blue tint. As this is in the glass composition, it is called 'body tint'.

Glass can be completely sandblasted or patterned with linea / special designs.

Tinted glasses are also used for solar control as they reduce the light transmittance.

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Coloured Glass:

Colour, Bi-Colour, Light-Colour, Mirror-Colour

Colours are the result of a complex process of cold lacquering sprayed by hand on low iron glass, and finished with a protective coating.

Bi-colour is two different colours separated by a strip. This may be divided horizontally or vertically

Light-Colour features a transparent pattern on a colour background.

Mirror-Colour brings together silver plating and colour