A practical and durable partition option.
Bathroom in glass blocks by Hélène Silvy-Leligois
Our bathroom will unfortunately have to be placed between two bedrooms in an area where there is no natural light. Using beveled tiles and overhead lighting will hopefully help us brighten up an otherwise dark bathroom and we need as much of that light to come into the shower as possible.
While I love the look of factory windows used as shower partitions, it seems like they would be really hard to clean (and kinda dangerous too). So we’ve tentatively decided to use glass blocks to divide the shower space.
What’s neat about glass blocks is that they are relatively cheap, easy to install and easy to clean. In addition, there are a ton of options on how to finish the edges. Many block systems have components with rounded or finished edges or you can use tile, concrete, wood or special caps to complete them.
Corner pieces in clear and color by Seves Glass Blocks
- Glass block sizes: What every contractor should know before planning the next project from PRWeb.
- Tutorial on laying your own glass blocks from Home Improvement News and Information Center.
- All about acrylic and glass blocks from Home Style Choices.