Frameless glass surrounds the shower in this elegant, transitional master bathroom in Minnesota. A pair of mirrors tops the gray-painted dual vanity, and a freestanding tub completes the room's spa-like feel.
This guest bathroom was updated with a frameless glass enclosed shower, contemporary plumbing fixtures and sleek contemporary cabinetry. The existing octagonal window was incorporated in the newly renovated bath by introducing octagonal glass accent tile.
Mint-colored subway wall tiles create a serene setting in this cozy bathroom. The frameless glass shower door adds a modern touch while the white, porcelain, hexagonal floor tile adds light texture and contrasting shape.
Oversized subway tile is a mod counterpart to the traditional hexagonal floor tile in this New York bathroom. A gray and white palette is clean and sleek, as is the frameless glass that encloses the shower.
Long, modern tiles are arranged vertically to visually expand this walk-in shower. Small glass mosaic tiles provide contrast and add some shimmer to the space. A frameless glass partition keeps the shower from feeling closed in.
Slate-gray floors ground this modern bathroom, while a skylight above the vanity bathes the space in light. Frameless glass doors offer a clear view of the gray and white marble that surrounds the tub-shower combo.
The reclaimed wood accent wall warms up this white and black bathroom. A frameless glass shower visually expands the narrow space. Black hexagonal floor tiles mirror the matte black ceiling, adding depth and drama to the space.
Inlaid tile designs add interest to this elegant and neutral bathroom, part of a six-bedroom, seven-bath luxury ski cabin in Avon, Colorado. Frameless glass encloses the tile shower, while dual sinks offer function and convenience.
This patio is elegant in its simplicity with a tiled surface which blends with well with the surroundings and frameless glass walls which minimize interruption of the stunning views of the South African coast in Cape Town.
The tub and shower in this modern master bathroom combine in a spacious wet room, and the frameless glass divider helps to visually expand the space. Facing wood vanities with built-in storage cabinets create balance and symmetry.
A skylight illuminates this modern Brooklyn bathroom and opens up the long, narrow space. A sleek modern vanity with dual sinks features a dark-stained finish that adds warmth. Frameless glass on the shower enclosure visually extends the room.
This modern vanity features a waterfall top, allowing the vanity itself to float above the pebbled tile floor. A tall, built-in cabinet provides added storage, while frameless glass separates the vanity from the shower, visually expanding the space.
A chrome-finish shower system with both traditional and handheld shower heads offers maximum function in this contemporary California guest bath. The frameless glass door is hinged at just the right spot to offer easy access to shower controls.
A spacious shower features a sliding shower rail as well as a rainforest shower head, a luxurious and flexible combination. Frameless glass keeps the space clean and open. Decorative tile is laid in vertical strips to add visual interest.
Marble walls, countertops and wainscoting exude elegance and luxury. The frameless glass shower makes the space feel airy and open since light easily passes through it. White double vanities with polished chrome fixtures give the bathroom a classic, timeless look.
Faux bois tile continues into the walk-in shower in this California master bath, giving the space an easy, elegant flow. Textured walls and frameless glass in the shower area are modern and clean, as is the room's whitewashed color palette.
A large soaking tub creates the ultimate spot for relaxation in this modern bathroom. Beside the bathtub, a custom-designed shower features white tile walls and a frameless glass enclosure. Custom gray tile flooring adds contrast to the minimalist space.
The bright, contemporary living room opens up to a sleek wet bar and frameless glass wine room. Sleek, low armchairs, sectional and coffee tables don't distract from the view outside, while floor-to-ceiling sliding doors blend the indoors and out.