Whenever I design a contemporary style bathroom I absolutely always include either frameless sliding shower doors, a floating glass unit, or no door at all. These spaces require a sleek and minimalistic look with very little extra details or material that metal framed shower doors usually add. Not only does eliminating these extra pieces make cleaning glass shower doors so much easier, but it allows you to show off decorative tile work or elegant fixtures in a much more simple and artistic way. In this home we used glass shower doors in every bathroom, but mounted them a little bit differently in each space. In the master bath we wanted to highlight the beautiful stained glass window placed in the center of the shower stall.
After a long day, nothing relieves stress better than relaxing in the peaceful comfort of your home spa. From stylish custom showers to sleek and elegant bathtubs, soft natural or electric light, and more, it’s easy to attain five-star hotel treatment in the quiet ambiance of your private residence. Tailored to your exact preferences and requirements, our unique and aesthetic shower enclosures will envelop you in a serene oasis as you allow your cares to drift away like gentle steam. Best of all, our innovative glass shower doors lend all the strength and quality you’ve come to expect, while still retaining the sophisticated grace of today’s modern restroom.
The clear bathroom glass door has a simple yet elegant look thanks to its frameless design. It’s the best choice for a sleek and minimal look. Shower doors keep the water contained at the same time opening up the whole space. You’ll no doubt love the crystal-clear look of the glass shower doors that need low maintenance. The large mirror adds depth and makes the room appear more spacious. For contrast, the silver tapware, shower heads, towel bar, and mirror frame create maximum impact against the white backdrop.This white bathroom screams clean and cool. It has managed to achieve a feeling of simplicity, purity, and timelessness. The wooden stool inside the shower adds warmth to the space while the grey walls add a welcomed variation and texture to the bathroom, making the entire space feel less monochromatic.
In earth tone hues of taupe, camel, sand, and chocolate, this spacious, elegant bathroom exemplifies traditional interior design while utilizing the modern look of glass shower enclosures. The light oak hardwood floors, white moulding, and baseboards bring out the white contrasting streaks in the chocolate swirls of the stately marble vanity and shower frame. The sleekness of the frameless shower door gives the appearance of seamless, solid glass, and even though, it is a stunning sight to behold, the glass shower accentuates the classic beauty of the bathroom, not diminishing it. It is a brilliant pairing of traditional decor with stylish, modern glass design.
I recently completed this lavish master bath update for a client featuring a gorgeous herringbone tile corner shower, his and hers vanities, dedicated dressing area, and luxurious jetted tub. Although the square footage was decent, the footprint was a bit challenging to fit all of the elements they requested in a cohesive manner that flowed naturally. We knew that we would need to use glass shower doors to keep the space feeling open and airy. We lucked out with the lofty 12 foot ceilings that draw the eye upward and away from all of the features that we managed to fit in a relatively small area. To further accentuate this height, we chose very tall satin nickel framed vanity mirrors that nearly reached the ceiling.
If you’re thinking of doing something different with your bathroom design, walk in shower enclosures are both stylish and easy to navigate (which reduces the chances of falling). In this photo, the sliding glass shower doors allow the homeowner to create a seamless design that extends from the floor to the shower walls and ceiling. Also, the top and bottom guide rails ensure the doors slide effortlessly, but without the bulkiness of frames on the left and right side. In this design, the sliding glass shower doors can be opened from the left or the right side, and the towel bar is always conveniently located. If you look closely, the shower area isn’t that large at all.