As Australia’s love affair with all things renovating and DIY improvement continues, we are always looking to help and inspire where we can.
According to Justin Lilburne from JPP Buyers Advocates, giving the bathroom some attention is one of the most effective ways to increase the overall value of your home.
In many cases, you can carry out a bathroom overhaul without having to make major structural changes to the room.
Start with the smallest bathroom features, then work up
Deciding to give your bathroom a makeover doesn’t mean you need to commit to full scale, wall-destroying, pipe-exposing chaos straight away.
Here’s a simple way to whittle your ultimate dream list down to a more manageable starting point:
- Jot down all the things you’d like to change or upgrade
- Now attach a rough price estimate to each item
- Decide an approximate budget for the first phase of your bathroom overhaul
- Add up as many of the smaller items as you can until you reach your planned budget
Glass shower door design inspiration
It’s amazing how much a single element can change the overall look and feel of a room. Don’t underestimate the power of a fresh design element to get your bathroom looking revitalised.
Starting with a glass shower door opens up a world of possibilities. Shapes, patterns colours and textures are all at your disposal.
We have put together 5 examples of the most delightfully inventive and eye-catching ideas for shower door designs.
Of course, everyone has their own unique taste and some of these ideas will naturally appeal to you more than others.
So do what you need to do: take a few notes, sketch up your own ideas as you read, or flick this onto a friend for a second opinion!
In the meantime, let’s get started.
The Elegant Minimalist
Frameless glass is stylish, elegant and timeless. This look can suit just about any colour scheme, but really adds some points to a classic black or white tile with silver trim. Frameless glass is anchored to your tiles in several discreet points, which makes for a strong and sturdy frame, without all the excess bulk. We can customise and cut frameless glass to suit the dimensions of your bathroom to make the entire process speedy and simple.
The Classic Victorian
The frame has all the hallmarks of the Victorian era, and the addition of a simple frosted glass panel creates a look that is fit for a King or Queen.
This look is the perfect compliment to period homes and townhouses and certainly adds a unique feel to the room overall.
A Touch of Frost
First and foremost, frosted glass adds privacy to your shower area without needing messy curtains.
Plus, frosted glass panels can add a bit of pop to the overall colour scheme and can be customised to work with the existing room design.
Etched & Abstract
Etched glass allows for a new level of creativity to permeate through your bathroom design ideas. Whether it’s abstract and symbolic or a more structured pattern you are considering, there is virtually no limit to what can be etched onto a glass panel.
You can also experiment with different levels of etching which, in turn, will affect the amount of light diffused through the glass shower door itself. The results can often create quite a unique experience in any style of bathroom.
If you are really ready to experiment, coloured tints can be added to glass shower panels to really shake things up.
Tinted glass shower doors can act as a standalone feature piece, or be used as a subtle complement to the existing colour scheme of the bathroom.
Be bold, be adventurous and bring a fresh look into your next bathroom renovation or redesign with a taste of bright colour.
By now you can probably see there are quite a number of options and possible combinations available for the humble shower screen glass. And you don’t need to start the whole bathroom design from scratch to achieve some dramatic and value-adding results to your home.
If you have any questions about any of types of glass Koala Glass supply throughout the Newcastle region, don’t hesitate to get in touch
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