Are you ready to remodel your bathroom? You might have considered different types of flooring, fixtures, backsplash, and paint colors, but have you thought about what type of shower glass you will choose?
If you choose a glass shower, there are different textures of glass that can make your shower unique and beautiful. In this blog post, Springfield Glass Company shares types to consider for your shower glass.
Tempered glass is glass that is much stronger and more durable than standard glass. This makes it a popular choice for shower glass, as it’s less likely to shatter, and if it does shatter, it shatters into larger, less dangerous pieces. This type of glass can be texturized and customized according to your personal taste.
Created through sandblasting, frosted glass is glass with a rough texture. Frosted glass adds privacy to your shower glass, as well as an elegant touch. It lets light in while blurring any object behind it. Frosted glass has been used in bathrooms for decades, and fits well with both modern and vintage design themes.
Rain glass is another beautiful option for your shower glass enclosure. It is another type of textured glass that looks like rain is dripping or streaking down it. The watery look of rain glass gives your bathroom a calming and relaxing vibe. It’s also easier to clean, as the texture hides streaking.
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Hammered Shower Glass
Hammered glass gives your bathroom a modern, artistic look. Similar to rain and frosted, hammered glass is a textured look that resembles hammered metal. Hammered glass lets in plenty of light, while adding a little privacy. The texture compliments brightly-colored bathroom walls because of its reflective properties.
Shower Glass at Springfield Glass Company
The experts at Springfield Glass Company have over 30 years of experience providing our customers with beautiful custom glass. We offer versatile glass edges and textures options and would love to help you plan your next custom glass project. For more information, or to receive a free quote, call us at 417-883-6555 or contact us online today!