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Shower Styles: Glass Doors and Tile

By Pearl

Tile Shown: 3x6 in White Gloss

More than just a way to contain the spray, glass shower doors can be a great opportunity to highlight your tile installation. Their see-through surfaces let shower details shine through, while make your space feel bigger and brighter. We're opening up the possibilities of your bathroom redesign with three stylish ways you can pair shower doors with shower tile.

Flattering Frames

EDGE Series Tile Shown: 3x9 in Pyrite

Paned glass shower doors are making big waves in bathroom design. Imitating the look of window panes, these glass shower doors add a sophisticated architectural appeal to your interior. A sleek gray tile backsplash like the Pyrite from our EDGE Series add to the industrial look.

Tile Shown: 3x6 in Adriatic Sea

A framed glass shower door can also help to separate statement tile from the rest of the space. The frame above also helps to beautifully highlight the shower's dreamy blue subway tile.

Tile Shown: Picket in Daffodil

With window-panel shower door frames, there's plenty of room for imagination. This honeycomb-inspired tile creates tons of buzz, while a sleek gray frame helps to break up the noise.

Shower Alcoves

Handpainted Tile Shown: Palmera in Neutral Motif

Glass shower doors give these cozier and enclosed spaces a seamless transition from bathroom to shower, while still maintaining an element of separation. This bathroom's handpainted floor tile peeks out behind the glass door to create continuinty in the design while also offering a quiet respite from the rest of the space.

Tile Shown: 3x6 in Nautical

Angled ceilings have an endless charm about them, and the ones in showers are no exception. These glass shower doors beautifully frame the corner of blue subway tile and also allows natural light to shine into the rest of the space.

Tile Shown: 2x2 Mosaic Sheet in Blue Velvet

Here's another example of tile floor that continues into the bathroom. The angled ceiling and third wall helps to create a sense of privacy, while the glass door keeps the bathroom feeling bright and open.

Barely-There Doors

EDGE Series Tile Shown: 3x9 in Calcite

Want to make your bathroom feel even bigger? Seamless glass doors offer an uninterrupted transition from bathroom to shower. This shower's oversized herringbone tile feels like a part of the larger space.

Tile Shown: 2x4 in Stilbite

All-over bathroom tile in one color also does well with seamless glass shower doors, like these chic pink subway tiles that wrap around this otherwise minimalist bathroom.

Tile Shown: 4" Hexagons in Basalt

This transparent shower door also helps to showcase the bathroom's eye-catching design--who needs decor when you've got floor-to-ceiling black hexagon tiles and twin bronze showerheads?

Tile Shown: Ogee Drop in Rosemary

And finally, this bathroom's glass partition showcases the shower's statement wall tile in all its glory (we just can't get enough of that color variation).

See a shower style that inspires you? Order samples online now. Need some help? Simply call, chat or fill out our Design Assistance Form and one of our talented Design Consultants will get back to you shortly.

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