Example of a minimalist gray tile alcove shower design in DC Metro with a vessel sink and glass countertops

FORMA Design

Modern Bathroom, DC Metro

The ceiling was raised and skylights now flood the small bathroom with natural light. The walls are floor-to-ceiling, back-painted sheets of glass and the vanity sits on a glass shelf as well. The walk-in shower enclosure almost disappears making you feel you are in a glass box. The floors are honed charcoal gray slate. The mesh sculpture hanging from an airplane wire moves as its shadows change with the time of day.
Example of a minimalist gray tile alcove shower design in DC Metro with a vessel sink and glass countertops - Houzz
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kval wrote:June 27, 2012
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    FORMA Design
    6 years ago
    Yes, the walls are back painted glass panels.
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    Innovate Building Solutions
    6 years ago
    I like the backpainted glass - another way to do these back walls would be with high gloss acrylic walls - they create the look of backpainted glass at a lower cost and are easier to work with. I'll include a link and some images to learn more about this material - http://innovatebuildingsolutions.com/products/bathrooms/high-gloss-acrylic-wall-panels
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heatherblahnik added this to Heather Blahnik bathroomOctober 21, 2020

Don't like the vanity and sink, but I like the shower