The fixtures in this bathroom are very modern. Note the brushed nickel shower panel on the wet wall. It is a functional way to consolidate the shower controls, rain head, and body spray into a stylish, unified fixture. Also note the bathtub spigot, which has a modern, geometric vibe. We recommended accessories for the glass shower enclosure that would complement the style of the bathroom.
The Taiga series of accessories from Portals Hardware ended up being a good fit. Our customer opted for a handle upgrade, selecting the Taiga 6″ modern square pull:
Robe hooks can be a great addition to stationary glass panels. They’re small enough not to be a distraction, but they’re godsends during cooler times of the year, when having a robe in arm’s reach can make or break your morning routine.
Like most corner showers, the shower pan in this bathroom is directly adjacent to a soaking tub. This requires a notched stationary glass panel beside the shower door and a buttressed return panel at 90 degrees. We notched out the granite overhang on the knee wall to accommodate low-profile u-channel at the base of the shower enclosure.
The corner clamp on the corner and the glass-to-wall clamp on the back wall are also from the Taiga hardware series. They are there to ensure the glass remains stable, but their 2″x2″ dimensions ensure that the unit retains a frameless look. The glass-to-wall hinges are also from the Taiga line.
Frederick County, Maryland is our home, and we are blessed that so many of our neighbors welcome us into theirs! We offer special discounts to our neighbors in the Frederick area, and we invite you to visit our shower door showroom in Jefferson, MD for a free consultation.