Just like in the bedroom, the glass roof in the bathroom is not necessarily an obvious choice. The bathroom is a space where we like to have privacy and the idea of putting large windows to partition is not what comes to mind first. However, it is done and there are solutions to stay calm when washing and when preparing.
PARTITION THE BATHROOM AND THE BEDROOM WITH A GLASS ROOF
Most often, when we choose to install a glass roof in the bathroom, it is to separate the latter from the bedroom. We create a modern and bright parental space. It is also an interesting idea when you have small juxtaposed rooms. The transparency of the glass allows keeping the feeling of space, the perspective. Different styles are available to you. We no longer need to present the industrial-type canopy, made of metal and glass with large vertical sections. It is often found placed on a low wall which acts as a base. In a body of water, it is convenient to add the bathtub and on the other side, you can find the headboard.
A GLASS ROOF-STYLE SHOWER SCREEN
If you do not plan to change the partitions in the bathroom but in your renovation project you want to keep this glass roof spirit, you can opt for a shower screen in this style. We like the glass shower screen because, in addition to being decorative, it is also synonymous with robustness – much more than some ready-to-install models. The glass roof brings a certain charm to a small room and the icing on the cake, it decorates without cluttering the space. In the same spirit, we can think of installing a glass roof in the heart of the water feature to separate the toilets from the rest of the bathroom. This time, a wall will be practical to keep the idea of tranquility.
CHOOSING THE RIGHT GLASS FOR YOUR BATHROOM CANOPY
As we noted in the introduction, in the bathroom, there is a question of privacy that must be taken into account in your project. The transparency of the glass can be a hindrance for some. More and more, we see the arrival of blurred glasses, opaque glasses, reinforced glasses that let in the light of ‘from one room to another but which preserve privacy. At worst, we will only see your silhouette without the details. In the bathroom, if it is open to the bedroom or if it overlooks a hallway, the choice of glass is essential for more tranquility. Wired glass, for example, reinforces the retro and industrial idea of the glass roof.