Using Glass Creatively in Your Bathroom

Posted on September 27, 2019

Nothing says sleek and modern more than glass. The shiny surface and the clean lines will look at home in any modern bathroom. If you are tired of your dated and old fashioned bathroom, then maybe it’s time for a makeover. While glass is a relatively common material used in bathrooms, it has a timeless look that will always look good and adding glass elements to your own bath is a great way of updating it without going overboard. Take a quick visit to a good bathroom showroom and you will see that most modern bathroom display showcases will have a generous helping of glass elements. Here are a few helpful hints on how to use glass to spruce up your old bathroom.

The Shower Enclosure

This is probably the most obvious place where glass can be used. If you are still using a shower curtain in your bathroom, then maybe it’s time to move on to sliding glass panels. If you are worried about privacy, you can simply use frosted glass for your enclosure. In addition to looking svelte, sliding glass doors are also more hygienic and easy to clean compared to a shower curtain. There are also many types of glass shower enclosures and you will be able to browse through numerous designs at a nearby bathroom showroom.

Glass Tiles

These days, glass tiles are becoming more and more common. You can use them as wall treatments or a backsplash for your sink. If you think that’s too much glass for your tastes, then you can simply use them as accent pieces for your bathroom wall or floor.

Countertops and Sinks

The idea of using glass for countertops has been around for a while now and with good reason. Glass countertops look clean and modern. If you want to take it a step further, some companies have recently released glass sinks that can go well with your glass countertops. This is a great statement piece that you can use for a powder room or guest bathroom. This way, your guests will be able to admire your sink while freshening up.

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