There may be no better application for custom art glass than to enclose bathtubs and shower stalls using slumped and/or etched glass, especially when combined with custom made windows, countertops, sink surrounds, and/or a custom glass backsplash.
Budget conscious builders often settle for simple frosted glass in bathrooms, but for a more peaceful and enjoyable setting, it's hard to beat custom art glass. Nothing can create a more tranquil and relaxing atmosphere than one-of-a-kind custom art glass.
Common themes for bathroom applications often include natural settings like beach scenes, waves, birds, sea life, mermaids, and mountain or desert scenes. More abstract motifs are also quite popular, from mild to wild, traditional to contemporary. You might choose to let ambient light show off the natural translucent beauty of our solid glass countertops, or perhaps you will choose an underlit countertop to let it really make a statement. There are examples of both styles throughout our website. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination!
Because each piece of custom glass we produce is manufactured specifically to your design requirements, we are able to create something that is uniquely tailored to your space and your design ethos.
Awkward or limited space configurations can be transformed with a thoughtful implementation of art glass, opening up otherwise cramped or visually unappealing spaces and bringing new life to yesterday's tired old designs.
Thanks to our decades of experience and our in-house slumping and casting facility, we can manufacture a bath or shower enclosure that is custom made just for you and sure to stand the test of time. And if you're after something extra special, we have other options available including ColorFuse technology and sandblasting/etching.
Glass is a non-porous material, making it the most hygienic material available for any bath and shower application. This is also why glass is stain proof. Fingerprints and watermarks are also nearly invisible when the glass includes textures and/or colors. It is recommended to towel dry any wet areas to eliminate watermarks and streaking. The surface can be cleaned with a sponge (do not use abrasive side) or towel. Window cleaner and paper towels are preferred for optimum shine. Certain cleaners have been known to have chemicals that cause a haze and are not recommended to be used.
We love to talk glass, so give us a call today with your ideas and we will help make them a reality!