exterior door leading to the pool has a glass inset that was glazed. Light comes through, making the space brighter and seem larger, while keeping it private. The vanity has a vessel sink, maximizing the space under it, and a granite countertop extended 2" on the left maximizing counter space. Instead
I wanted to do a frameless door like this in our corner shower, and the glass man told me we would have leaks.
Shower door is 24" wide, which is the smallest you should ever go.
With the exception of the door the glass panels set in channels that seal the moisture in. For the door as long as the water dripping off the door falls into the drain pan there is not a problem. You can take a hand shower and squirt
on the door but it is not likely to be a problem otherwise. I tend to do wet room baths with roll in entrances where water in general is not a problem.