For some time now everyone has been updating their bathroom showers with frameless glass. Frameless glass enclosures are great for small bathrooms, allowing the eye to continue through the space rather than stopping due to grids. Yet, I simply can’t stop obsessing over black steel shower inclosures, especially in bathrooms! I love how this gorgeous bathroom incorporated both the frameless glass and the black steel (hello outdoor shower!).
Take a look at these inspirational photos and decide whether you will take the plunge in your next bathroom remodel to incorporate this look?
Walnut, Brass, Subway – Oh My!
This bathroom is so warm and inviting! From the wood tones within in the cabinetry and ceiling to the leather strap at the top of the mirror, this bathroom is making me swoon! Playing with the height of the bathroom, the shower frame reaches its peak, drawing the eye upwards and opening up the space. The brass finish on the exposed plumbing and chandelier have me wanting to move right in!
Narrow and Clean
The white tile and grout lines within the shower work for this narrow bathroom. This allows the black iron frame to be the feature, which is the repeated within the frame of the mirror. While this bathroom is not large, it’s elegantly executed.
Simple and Frosted
Three simple glass panels with a black iron frame don’t let this bathroom fall short on style. It’s elegant and clean lines provide a classic yet simple approach. The repeated lines along the frosted glass wall, separating the bathroom from the hallway, provide a sense of space. Even the touch of the black tub tray helps to pull the whole look together.
Want the look but not sure it will work in your transitional style home? This bathroom shows how to add that modern touch of the iron frame without going black, which helps to keep in the warmth.
I’m so excited to share these ideas with you all. I can’t wait to pull the trigger and go for the black in a client’s home!
Do you dare to use black iron within your manicured bathroom?