Some of our favorite baths feature steel factory doors and windows as shower enclosures, shower doors, room dividers, even as a door to a lavatory. Here are ten examples of the look:
Above: Steel shower doors with frosted glass offer just enough privacy; photograph by Brandon Barré.
Above: An indoor/outdoor shower in San Francisco by Malcolm Davis Architecture (also see Davis' Expert Advice: 10 Essential Tips for Designing a Bathroom).
Above: Steel window panels add a graphic note to this light, airy bathing space in Meg Ryan's house on Martha's Vineyard, featured on Elle Decor.
Above: The bath in the home of actor Malcolm McDowell in Ojai, California, from House Beautiful.
Above: A luxe bath designed by London-based Stiff + Trevillion featuring Arabascato marble and industrial steel-framed glass doors (see the whole project at A Victorian Remodel with an Industrial Edge).
Above: A steel shower enclosure by Janus Custom Steel.
Above: A factory window shower enclosure in a remodeled bath via Peppermint Bliss.