I am just glad we get to see what it looks like.
We got a look at the prototype, and it’s pretty darned impressive.
A shower curtain is part of the project, too.
“It looks like it could have been built out of a couple sheets of paper and a sheet of cardboard,” said Sarah Smith, the co-founder of Shower Screen Doors.
Shower screen doors are part of a broader project called AeroVent, which aims to use solar energy to install more solar-powered, more energy-efficient homes.
In 2015, Smith’s husband, Dan, bought a new house on an old farmhouse in Oregon, which was then used to build the prototype.
That house now sits on the property and is part a project called “Bike to School.”
“I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like this,” Smith said.
“It looks really, really cool.”
Smith and her husband were able to build their prototype from a couple of sheets of cardboard and a piece of cardboard.
After seeing the prototype for themselves, Smith and her family decided to build one of their own.
Showerscreen doors aren’t cheap, either.
They cost about $1,500 each, according to Smith.
The prototype has a price tag of about $5,000, and the company plans to expand its product line.
We will have more details on the shower screen doors, and they will be available to buy in November, but for now, I want to give you a first look at what you can expect in the coming months.
Stay tuned to The Huffington Press for updates.