The glass in a frameless glass shower is the showstopper, but the door hardware provides the icing on the cake. With the addition of a certain finish, handle style, or connector piece, you can make a statement with your shower. Handles can appear modern, classic, or minimalistic. The style and the finish of the hardware should meld seamlessly with the interior design of the space.
Selecting Sliding Glass Shower Door Hardware
As you explore the options for a sliding glass door for shower projects, consider the hardware products that appeal to you in public. When you visit restaurants, go to the doctor, or shop at a local boutique, certain handles, hinges, and hardware pieces may stick out in your mind. Keep those experiences in your mind. They may help you choose between a rounded or squared-off shape.
Some homeowners prefer to maintain a theme with the hardware they choose throughout the house, while others mix and match styles based on the space. Each approach can help you narrow the choices for your new or replacement sliding shower doors.
Frameless glass showers come in a variety of glass shapes. Owners can choose from round glass shower enclosures or squared ones. Rounded enclosures work well as standalone shower structures and in shower spaces located in the corner of a bathroom. Hardware selections should complement the shape of the glass. Although rounded shower glass creates a more organic experience in the bathroom, squared handles can add interest to the space. If you prefer more synergistic styles, a rounded handle can complement a rounded shower quite nicely.
Before you decide on a certain hardware finish or design, look at our gallery to see how different handles look in actual bathrooms. You may find that a stark contract looks more aesthetically pleasing than a traditional chrome or nickel finish.
Finishing Your Frameless Glass Shower
With the finishing touches in place, your glass shower will brighten the overall bathroom space. You may notice that a glass enclosure completely changes how the current décor looks. Match shower hardware to the shower to the faucet, standalone tub, and/or toilet hardware to create a sense of cohesion within the space and then focus on the décor.
With a more open space, you may have the ability to incorporate dark bold colors into the room without overpowering a shower curtain or heavy, framed glass shower. As an alternative, minimalistic and monochrome decorating themes can give a bathroom a clean and contemporary vibe. With the right hardware and glass combination, you can create the bathroom space you’ve always wanted.
Order Your Pivoting or Sliding Glass Door for Shower Projects
Update your bathroom and find a peaceful and enjoyable shower experience when you invest in a timeless glass shower enclosure. At Maryland Glass Showers, we help our customers choose the right hardware and glass features to transform a space from dreary to open and inviting. For more information about how our glass products will look in your bathroom, give our team a call at 410.461.8586.