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Different ways to use glass in your bathroom

Mirrors, shower screens and windows – these are the three uses for glass many people automatically think about when it comes to glass in bathrooms.

However, there’s an array of styles and other uses that you can play around with when it comes to styling your bathroom with glass.

After all glass is the perfect combination of aesthetics, functionality and resourcefulness.

Are you looking for different ways to use glass in your bathroom, or perhaps add greater spark to bathroom mirrors, shower screens and windows?

Find out how to do so with stunning effect with the Perth glass experts at SV Glass.

Different colour palettes

Did you know that sticking to a colour palette that exudes minimal contrast can make any room, including bathrooms, feel bigger?

Bathroom tiles, décor and fixtures that are all within the same or similar colour scheme enables a seamless visual flow.

Custom glasswork, including those incorporate the same, coloured tinting can truly enhance a bright, light and pleasant atmosphere. For example, custom glass shelving and cabinetry can let light in, flowing freely to add to the relaxing ambience.

There’s really no wonder why people appreciate glass as the perfect neutral to use in a colour palette.


Glass partitions

Glass dividers and partitions separate spaces subtly, but still keep bathrooms feeling open.

How does it work?

  • A glass wall/divider/partition can separate a walk-in shower from the vanity, whereas
  • Frosted glass can shield a bathroom toilet from the rest of the room.

When you install glass partitions over bricks wall dividers, you can still successfully section off some spaces, but still let the light in to avoid a dark, confined bathroom.

Glass tiles

Glass tiles can help even the smallest of bathrooms appear bigger due to their ability to reflect light.

In the shower, glass tiles are exceptionally easy to clean with a simple wipe down. Oh, and they’re waterproof for extra peace of mind, too.

Just like ceramic tiles, glass tiles come in an array of different shapes, colours and sizes so there’s guaranteed to be some to suit your style requirements.


Frameless showers

Frameless is the ultra-modern, easy and super stylish trend seen in many modern bathroom designs.

You’ll never feel closed in in your bathroom ever again. SV Glass have the frameless glass shower screens you’ve been looking for.

Prefer more traditional shower screens for your bathroom?

We can also provide the following:

  • Sliding shower screens
  • Fixed panel shower screens
  • Semi-framed shower screens
  • Fully framed shower screens.


Bathroom mirrors

Mirrors enable light to bounce around your bathroom. If you really want to make your bathroom pop, consider a frameless large mirror, it will blur the lines between mirror and wall.

Don’t forget to choose a glass mirror that’s made specially to withstand excessive moisture exposure that bathrooms can face.


SV Glass provide quality glass to people across Perth.

You can rely on us for premium glass and services, without the premium price tag.

Contact SV Glass today to see how we can enhance the beauty and functionality of your bathroom with strong, stylish glass.

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