In a contemporary bath with clean lines, a glass partition gives the shower a spa look.
Simplicity imparts a modern elegance to this ensuite master bath, with a large shower screened by a glass partition. That keeps the look in sync with the Asian style bedroom. Homeowners who find themselves with showers that extend across the short end of the room often are short of space. That means there’s limited space for a shower door because the toilet is in the way. Some people don’t care for sliders. To address that issue here, the glass panels are split at the center. On the left, the glass panel is a stationary shower partition with no conflict. The glass section on the right looks like a transparent wall but is a swing-open door.
What’s also interesting is that the sink and shower fixtures are not matching. The sink faucet has modern lines whereas the shower system fixtures — showcased by the glass doors — are so different that they appear to have been left over from the bathroom’s previous life. For those it bothers let me say that many people would never notice such a detail. That’s due, in no small part, to the imposing dark wenge floating vanity and matching wenge-framed mirror. That pairing creates a magnetic focal point in the bath by virtue of the deep hue. The white counter and contemporary faucet offer maximum contrast and help catch the light.
(Source: Forma Design)
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