Frameless shower screens are fast becoming the norm in Australian bathrooms, thanks in part to their versatility in any bathroom and how effortless they are to maintain.
A main reason for the rise in popularity of frameless shower screens is their ability to create the illusion of greater space, which these six stunning bathrooms from real Aussie projects will attest to.
This modern Box Hill ensuite in NSW is the ideal space for two. The large frameless shower screen shields the large wet area, ensuring water is kept where it’s meant to be whilst keeping the bathroom feeling light and airy.
The serene vibe continues with the soft curves seen in this project, from the shape of the gorgeous bathtub to the subtle slopes of the basins for two. Finally, the extra long mirror cabinets above the vanity reflect all of that light that’s flooding the space.
Victorian meetings contemporary in this striking Albert Park bathroom in Melbourne. The freestanding bath is reflective of the Victorian style while the double shower and custom frameless screen brings the traditional space firmly into the twenty-first century. The custom glass screen acts as a grand entrance, designed to make anyone feel like royalty.
While the room is narrow, the shower screens allows the space to flow and the unique wallpaper to shine. Despite petite window doors, sunlight permeates the entire space with the frameless shower screens acting as a way to separate the wet and dry zones.
Rose gold fittings and breathtaking tiles define this main bathroom in Arana Hills, Queensland. The frameless shower screen allows the user to enjoy the stunning subway tiles, rose gold fittings and flow of sunlight from anywhere in the room.
sophisticated look. When a room has beautiful features, you don’t want to miss them – that’s why a subtle frameless shower screen is perfectly placed here.
This indulgent ensuite in Ellenbrook, Western Australia is the ideal space for a couple. The room flows wonderfully from one area to the next, starting with the glorious freestanding bath, which then wraps around to the expansive wet area. The partition wall adds texture and can be appreciated from the other side of the shower.
The design choices ensure there is no need to stress about extensive cleaning. The frameless shower screen means there are no nooks or crannies that are tough to get behind, while the textured tiling limits visible dirt.
Narrow bathrooms can be a challenge to work with, but this ensuite in Newport, Victoria proves you don’t need much space to present a showstopping bathroom. Each area of the room seamlessly flows into the next. Sunshine illuminates the entire space, made possible with the use of a wide skylight and sleek frameless shower screen.
The brushed nickel Mizu Drift shower head is a feature along with gorgeous textured tiling. Having a floor to ceiling shower screen allows these sophisticated details to make an impact.
In 2019, The Block’s Jesse and Mel created an ensuite unlike any other. Ethereal, light and warm, this space is dedicated to pure relaxation. The frameless shower screen is a huge factor in creating this seamless design. It’s luxurious without being obnoxious because the shower screen doesn’t demand attention and allows the room to effortlessly flow.
Instead, the Posh Solus bath bathes in all the glory, while the freestanding bath mixer adds an added touch of sophistication. Graceful and soothing, the frameless shower screen has been used to enhance the effortless elegance in this enduring master ensuite.