The type of the shower enclosure you choose for your bathroom as well as its design have a big impact on the overall design and look of this space. So choose the style, the material and everything else carefully. The shower enclosure should, of course, match your style and preferences but it should also suit the bathroom functionally.
Frameless glass enclosures are particularly popular in contemporary bathrooms. Their extremely simple and transparent look offers the bathroom an airy and spacious look, enhancing its beauty without necessarily influencing the décor in any way.
A continuous, frameless shower enclosure can also contain the tub and can look like a simple space divider. This option suits large bathrooms and allows them to look and feel spacious and organized.
In that case, the glass enclosure an either be a full-height divider or it can have that small raised portion at the bottom that keeps the water contained. That element would coordinate with the flooring and the design would remain cohesive throughout.
The shower and the tub can be enclosed in the same space, encapsulated by glass and this doesn’t necessarily needs to occupy a large portion of the room. It can be a variation of a typical tub enclosure.
The shower and the sauna each have their own separate rooms. The shower is framed by walls on three sides and uses glass for the front one, allowing the space inside and the rest of the bathroom to communicate and to lend each other their spaciousness.
A tile and glass shower enclosure is another option. A frameless glass wall combined with tiled walls which can either go all the way up to the ceiling or merely go up to waste level would look good given the right layout and décor. This is a design which best suits traditional bathroom with a modern vibe.
A more unusual option is the glass block shower enclosure. It doesn’t have a door and the glass blocks which form it can be arranged in a variety of ways. The blocks have textured patterns which further highlight the shower’s interesting design.