Shower. Friday , October 06th , 2017 - 07:19:42 AM
Another way is to create shower enclosures with glass blocks, that not only provide privacy, but also give you the effect of glass without having to use a large piece of glass itself. Use multicolored glass blocks to enhance the appeal of the doorless shower. You could also build a half height wall, and cover up the remaining portion with a sheet of plain glass or glass blocks.
When deciding on the design for your glass block shower, keep in mind the space available in your bathroom for installing the shower. One of best designs for a small bathroom is to have an enclosed rectangular shower stall constructed out of glass block. Larger bathrooms will look great with bathroom shower designs that incorporate elements like curved walls with walk-in shower stalls. A frosted glass door that has a silver finish aluminum frame complements frosted glass blocks really well.
When you plan to get a shower stall for your bathroom, you must first consider whether you would like it to be in a corner or just on some wall. Depending on that, you will know whether the stall itself will need two or three walls. The wall itself becomes included in the walls of the stall. So, if you are putting it up in the corner, you will need the stall to have just two walls. Or if you are putting it on a single wall, then you will need three walls for the stall. Preferably, it is better to have corner stalls because they save space and look tidily tucked in a corner of the bathroom.
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