Think Outside the Box

Who says a shower enclose must be 3/8″ clear glass?

Stop trying to be just like your neighbor. Stop accepting cookie cutter design advice.

If you like color or want more privacy then go for the many design options available to you.

Shower Enclosure Ideas | KitchAnn Style

I love the look of this colored glass enclosure. It’s clean and modern and looks great with the neutral tiles.

Heavy Texture Shower Enclosure | KitchAnn Style

A shower enclosure with a heavy texture is a great option when more privacy is desired.  Do a little exploring and you’ll find there are numerous options (such as aquatex, clear seedy, double glue chip, granite, Flemish, and rain) to choose from.

This patterned glass looks modern because the frame coordinates with the matte black fixtures. If it didn’t, the room would look dated and much colder.

Patterned Shower Screen | KitchAnn Style

Italian manufacturers do such a great job adding patterns to their shower enclosures or shower screen as this one is called.

LED edge lights are also stylish way to enhance your patterned glass.

Partial frosted glass shower | KitchAnn Style

A satin finish applied strategically to a glass enclosure can provide the best of both worlds. Privacy in areas where you need it in one area and maximum light transmittal in another.

Some people are afraid frosted glass enclosures will make a bathroom look smaller. In this instance, the clear top portion of the sliding doors keeps the space open and shows off the beautiful stone wall.

 Frosted glass shower | KitchAnn Style

Don’t be afraid to step outside the box. Explore both your glass options and the enclosure style and finish choices for your bathroom makeover.

3 Replies to “Think Outside the Box”

  1. I’ll be remodeling my home soon. I’m looking for a swanky type of shower enclosure that makes sense for a busy person…something that prevents calcium build up — so clear shower glass is not an option!!! I would like something that is pretty much maintenance free, or at least better than the glass enclosure. Any suggestions? Thanks.

    1. If you don’t want glass, you will be hard-pressed to find other options. The best thing to do is treat the glass before it is used with a and Hydrophobic and Hydrophilic coatings. Reapply every 6 months to maintenance.

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