Moody bathrooms: the latest in tinted glass

While minimalism is still a central focus in bathroom design, designers are moving away from the creation of sleek features with tiles...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

While minimalism is still a central focus in bathroom design, designers are moving away from the creation of sleek features with tiles, instead creating streamlined moody spaces with a focus on glass.

“We’re seeing grey-tinted and ultraclear glass becoming popular lately,” Haynes Glass’ Matthew Hayne says. “This speciality glass is being used in conjunction with different hardware finishes, such as matt black and brushed brass.”

The use of tinted glass could be described as an evolution of sorts from the recent focus on striking hardware; now, it is the combination of both aspects being used together to create sleek, moody designs that retain a minimalist, if not somewhat masculine, aesthetic.

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Standard glass has an iron content which creates a green tinge, particularly when the glass is placed against stark whites. “Ultraclear glass, in comparison, has a lower iron content, allowing it to remain completely clear and creates that sleek contemporary look in bathrooms that people are wanting to create.”

Bronze-tinted glass has been rarely used in showers because until now, it has not been available in New Zealand. Haynes Glass is about to release it to the market to complement its already popular grey-tinted product.

As part of the streamlined minimalism, less componentry is featuring in showers than ever before too allowing for the glass or other features to be the true focus of the room. “We’ve developed a slimmer, smart aluminium channel for showers that exposes no silicone or rubber joins,” Matthew says. “And used with our Verona sliding shower system, which only requires two rollers on a solid stainless steel bar, as opposed to the common sliding shower hardware that required numerous componentry to provide adequate strength it creates a unique sleek aesthetic.”

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Haynes Glass has been specialising in glazing for nearly 30 years, focusing on bathroom glass, mirrors, splashbacks and balustrades. Working closely with architects, builders and directly with homeowners, they offer a design service to create bespoke products for projects of any size.

Get in touch with Haynes Glass on ArchiPro here to see what’s possible with the latest in bathroom glass.

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Moody bathrooms: the latest in tinted glass

Moody bathrooms: the latest in tinted glass

While minimalism is still a central focus in bathroom design, designers are moving away from the creation of sleek features with tiles...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

While minimalism is still a central focus in bathroom design, designers are moving away from the creation of sleek features with tiles, instead creating streamlined moody spaces with a focus on glass.

“We’re seeing grey-tinted and ultraclear glass becoming popular lately,” Haynes Glass’ Matthew Hayne says. “This speciality glass is being used in conjunction with different hardware finishes, such as matt black and brushed brass.”

The use of tinted glass could be described as an evolution of sorts from the recent focus on striking hardware; now, it is the combination of both aspects being used together to create sleek, moody designs that retain a minimalist, if not somewhat masculine, aesthetic.

Sliding Door Showers
Sliding Door Showers

Standard glass has an iron content which creates a green tinge, particularly when the glass is placed against stark whites. “Ultraclear glass, in comparison, has a lower iron content, allowing it to remain completely clear and creates that sleek contemporary look in bathrooms that people are wanting to create.”

Bronze-tinted glass has been rarely used in showers because until now, it has not been available in New Zealand. Haynes Glass is about to release it to the market to complement its already popular grey-tinted product.

As part of the streamlined minimalism, less componentry is featuring in showers than ever before too allowing for the glass or other features to be the true focus of the room. “We’ve developed a slimmer, smart aluminium channel for showers that exposes no silicone or rubber joins,” Matthew says. “And used with our Verona sliding shower system, which only requires two rollers on a solid stainless steel bar, as opposed to the common sliding shower hardware that required numerous componentry to provide adequate strength it creates a unique sleek aesthetic.”

Frameless Box Showers
Frameless Box Showers

Haynes Glass has been specialising in glazing for nearly 30 years, focusing on bathroom glass, mirrors, splashbacks and balustrades. Working closely with architects, builders and directly with homeowners, they offer a design service to create bespoke products for projects of any size.

Get in touch with Haynes Glass on ArchiPro here to see what’s possible with the latest in bathroom glass.

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Moody bathrooms: the latest in tinted glass

Moody bathrooms: the latest in tinted glass

While minimalism is still a central focus in bathroom design, designers are moving away from the creation of sleek features with tiles...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

While minimalism is still a central focus in bathroom design, designers are moving away from the creation of sleek features with tiles, instead creating streamlined moody spaces with a focus on glass.

“We’re seeing grey-tinted and ultraclear glass becoming popular lately,” Haynes Glass’ Matthew Hayne says. “This speciality glass is being used in conjunction with different hardware finishes, such as matt black and brushed brass.”

The use of tinted glass could be described as an evolution of sorts from the recent focus on striking hardware; now, it is the combination of both aspects being used together to create sleek, moody designs that retain a minimalist, if not somewhat masculine, aesthetic.

Sliding Door Showers
Sliding Door Showers

Standard glass has an iron content which creates a green tinge, particularly when the glass is placed against stark whites. “Ultraclear glass, in comparison, has a lower iron content, allowing it to remain completely clear and creates that sleek contemporary look in bathrooms that people are wanting to create.”

Bronze-tinted glass has been rarely used in showers because until now, it has not been available in New Zealand. Haynes Glass is about to release it to the market to complement its already popular grey-tinted product.

As part of the streamlined minimalism, less componentry is featuring in showers than ever before too allowing for the glass or other features to be the true focus of the room. “We’ve developed a slimmer, smart aluminium channel for showers that exposes no silicone or rubber joins,” Matthew says. “And used with our Verona sliding shower system, which only requires two rollers on a solid stainless steel bar, as opposed to the common sliding shower hardware that required numerous componentry to provide adequate strength it creates a unique sleek aesthetic.”

Frameless Box Showers
Frameless Box Showers

Haynes Glass has been specialising in glazing for nearly 30 years, focusing on bathroom glass, mirrors, splashbacks and balustrades. Working closely with architects, builders and directly with homeowners, they offer a design service to create bespoke products for projects of any size.

Get in touch with Haynes Glass on ArchiPro here to see what’s possible with the latest in bathroom glass.

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Moody bathrooms: the latest in tinted glass

While minimalism is still a central focus in bathroom design, designers are moving away from the creation of sleek features with tiles...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

While minimalism is still a central focus in bathroom design, designers are moving away from the creation of sleek features with tiles, instead creating streamlined moody spaces with a focus on glass.

“We’re seeing grey-tinted and ultraclear glass becoming popular lately,” Haynes Glass’ Matthew Hayne says. “This speciality glass is being used in conjunction with different hardware finishes, such as matt black and brushed brass.”

The use of tinted glass could be described as an evolution of sorts from the recent focus on striking hardware; now, it is the combination of both aspects being used together to create sleek, moody designs that retain a minimalist, if not somewhat masculine, aesthetic.

Sliding Door Showers
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Standard glass has an iron content which creates a green tinge, particularly when the glass is placed against stark whites. “Ultraclear glass, in comparison, has a lower iron content, allowing it to remain completely clear and creates that sleek contemporary look in bathrooms that people are wanting to create.”

Bronze-tinted glass has been rarely used in showers because until now, it has not been available in New Zealand. Haynes Glass is about to release it to the market to complement its already popular grey-tinted product.

As part of the streamlined minimalism, less componentry is featuring in showers than ever before too allowing for the glass or other features to be the true focus of the room. “We’ve developed a slimmer, smart aluminium channel for showers that exposes no silicone or rubber joins,” Matthew says. “And used with our Verona sliding shower system, which only requires two rollers on a solid stainless steel bar, as opposed to the common sliding shower hardware that required numerous componentry to provide adequate strength it creates a unique sleek aesthetic.”

Frameless Box Showers
Frameless Box Showers

Haynes Glass has been specialising in glazing for nearly 30 years, focusing on bathroom glass, mirrors, splashbacks and balustrades. Working closely with architects, builders and directly with homeowners, they offer a design service to create bespoke products for projects of any size.

Get in touch with Haynes Glass on ArchiPro here to see what’s possible with the latest in bathroom glass.

Frameless Shower Screens
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Moody bathrooms: the latest in tinted glass

Moody bathrooms: the latest in tinted glass

While minimalism is still a central focus in bathroom design, designers are moving away from the creation of sleek features with tiles...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

While minimalism is still a central focus in bathroom design, designers are moving away from the creation of sleek features with tiles, instead creating streamlined moody spaces with a focus on glass.

“We’re seeing grey-tinted and ultraclear glass becoming popular lately,” Haynes Glass’ Matthew Hayne says. “This speciality glass is being used in conjunction with different hardware finishes, such as matt black and brushed brass.”

The use of tinted glass could be described as an evolution of sorts from the recent focus on striking hardware; now, it is the combination of both aspects being used together to create sleek, moody designs that retain a minimalist, if not somewhat masculine, aesthetic.

Sliding Door Showers
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Standard glass has an iron content which creates a green tinge, particularly when the glass is placed against stark whites. “Ultraclear glass, in comparison, has a lower iron content, allowing it to remain completely clear and creates that sleek contemporary look in bathrooms that people are wanting to create.”

Bronze-tinted glass has been rarely used in showers because until now, it has not been available in New Zealand. Haynes Glass is about to release it to the market to complement its already popular grey-tinted product.

As part of the streamlined minimalism, less componentry is featuring in showers than ever before too allowing for the glass or other features to be the true focus of the room. “We’ve developed a slimmer, smart aluminium channel for showers that exposes no silicone or rubber joins,” Matthew says. “And used with our Verona sliding shower system, which only requires two rollers on a solid stainless steel bar, as opposed to the common sliding shower hardware that required numerous componentry to provide adequate strength it creates a unique sleek aesthetic.”

Frameless Box Showers
Frameless Box Showers

Haynes Glass has been specialising in glazing for nearly 30 years, focusing on bathroom glass, mirrors, splashbacks and balustrades. Working closely with architects, builders and directly with homeowners, they offer a design service to create bespoke products for projects of any size.

Get in touch with Haynes Glass on ArchiPro here to see what’s possible with the latest in bathroom glass.

Frameless Shower Screens
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Moody bathrooms: the latest in tinted glass

Moody bathrooms: the latest in tinted glass

While minimalism is still a central focus in bathroom design, designers are moving away from the creation of sleek features with tiles...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

While minimalism is still a central focus in bathroom design, designers are moving away from the creation of sleek features with tiles, instead creating streamlined moody spaces with a focus on glass.

“We’re seeing grey-tinted and ultraclear glass becoming popular lately,” Haynes Glass’ Matthew Hayne says. “This speciality glass is being used in conjunction with different hardware finishes, such as matt black and brushed brass.”

The use of tinted glass could be described as an evolution of sorts from the recent focus on striking hardware; now, it is the combination of both aspects being used together to create sleek, moody designs that retain a minimalist, if not somewhat masculine, aesthetic.

Sliding Door Showers
Sliding Door Showers

Standard glass has an iron content which creates a green tinge, particularly when the glass is placed against stark whites. “Ultraclear glass, in comparison, has a lower iron content, allowing it to remain completely clear and creates that sleek contemporary look in bathrooms that people are wanting to create.”

Bronze-tinted glass has been rarely used in showers because until now, it has not been available in New Zealand. Haynes Glass is about to release it to the market to complement its already popular grey-tinted product.

As part of the streamlined minimalism, less componentry is featuring in showers than ever before too allowing for the glass or other features to be the true focus of the room. “We’ve developed a slimmer, smart aluminium channel for showers that exposes no silicone or rubber joins,” Matthew says. “And used with our Verona sliding shower system, which only requires two rollers on a solid stainless steel bar, as opposed to the common sliding shower hardware that required numerous componentry to provide adequate strength it creates a unique sleek aesthetic.”

Frameless Box Showers
Frameless Box Showers

Haynes Glass has been specialising in glazing for nearly 30 years, focusing on bathroom glass, mirrors, splashbacks and balustrades. Working closely with architects, builders and directly with homeowners, they offer a design service to create bespoke products for projects of any size.

Get in touch with Haynes Glass on ArchiPro here to see what’s possible with the latest in bathroom glass.

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Moody bathrooms: the latest in tinted glass

While minimalism is still a central focus in bathroom design, designers are moving away from the creation of sleek features with tiles...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

While minimalism is still a central focus in bathroom design, designers are moving away from the creation of sleek features with tiles, instead creating streamlined moody spaces with a focus on glass.

“We’re seeing grey-tinted and ultraclear glass becoming popular lately,” Haynes Glass’ Matthew Hayne says. “This speciality glass is being used in conjunction with different hardware finishes, such as matt black and brushed brass.”

The use of tinted glass could be described as an evolution of sorts from the recent focus on striking hardware; now, it is the combination of both aspects being used together to create sleek, moody designs that retain a minimalist, if not somewhat masculine, aesthetic.

Sliding Door Showers
Sliding Door Showers

Standard glass has an iron content which creates a green tinge, particularly when the glass is placed against stark whites. “Ultraclear glass, in comparison, has a lower iron content, allowing it to remain completely clear and creates that sleek contemporary look in bathrooms that people are wanting to create.”

Bronze-tinted glass has been rarely used in showers because until now, it has not been available in New Zealand. Haynes Glass is about to release it to the market to complement its already popular grey-tinted product.

As part of the streamlined minimalism, less componentry is featuring in showers than ever before too allowing for the glass or other features to be the true focus of the room. “We’ve developed a slimmer, smart aluminium channel for showers that exposes no silicone or rubber joins,” Matthew says. “And used with our Verona sliding shower system, which only requires two rollers on a solid stainless steel bar, as opposed to the common sliding shower hardware that required numerous componentry to provide adequate strength it creates a unique sleek aesthetic.”

Frameless Box Showers
Frameless Box Showers

Haynes Glass has been specialising in glazing for nearly 30 years, focusing on bathroom glass, mirrors, splashbacks and balustrades. Working closely with architects, builders and directly with homeowners, they offer a design service to create bespoke products for projects of any size.

Get in touch with Haynes Glass on ArchiPro here to see what’s possible with the latest in bathroom glass.

Frameless Shower Screens
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A harmonious balance between permanence and transience.
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We spoke to Città about the top tips to stage a home for sale.
Often, homeowners can't afford to kit out their whole house with designer furniture. Chris Heard, who owns contemporary furniture company Bauhaus, recently gave ArchiPro some tips on creating an individualised, comfortable space with a mixture of types of furniture...
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Moody bathrooms: the latest in tinted glass

Moody bathrooms: the latest in tinted glass

While minimalism is still a central focus in bathroom design, designers are moving away from the creation of sleek features with tiles...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

While minimalism is still a central focus in bathroom design, designers are moving away from the creation of sleek features with tiles, instead creating streamlined moody spaces with a focus on glass.

“We’re seeing grey-tinted and ultraclear glass becoming popular lately,” Haynes Glass’ Matthew Hayne says. “This speciality glass is being used in conjunction with different hardware finishes, such as matt black and brushed brass.”

The use of tinted glass could be described as an evolution of sorts from the recent focus on striking hardware; now, it is the combination of both aspects being used together to create sleek, moody designs that retain a minimalist, if not somewhat masculine, aesthetic.

Sliding Door Showers
Sliding Door Showers

Standard glass has an iron content which creates a green tinge, particularly when the glass is placed against stark whites. “Ultraclear glass, in comparison, has a lower iron content, allowing it to remain completely clear and creates that sleek contemporary look in bathrooms that people are wanting to create.”

Bronze-tinted glass has been rarely used in showers because until now, it has not been available in New Zealand. Haynes Glass is about to release it to the market to complement its already popular grey-tinted product.

As part of the streamlined minimalism, less componentry is featuring in showers than ever before too allowing for the glass or other features to be the true focus of the room. “We’ve developed a slimmer, smart aluminium channel for showers that exposes no silicone or rubber joins,” Matthew says. “And used with our Verona sliding shower system, which only requires two rollers on a solid stainless steel bar, as opposed to the common sliding shower hardware that required numerous componentry to provide adequate strength it creates a unique sleek aesthetic.”

Frameless Box Showers
Frameless Box Showers

Haynes Glass has been specialising in glazing for nearly 30 years, focusing on bathroom glass, mirrors, splashbacks and balustrades. Working closely with architects, builders and directly with homeowners, they offer a design service to create bespoke products for projects of any size.

Get in touch with Haynes Glass on ArchiPro here to see what’s possible with the latest in bathroom glass.

Frameless Shower Screens
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Moody bathrooms: the latest in tinted glass

Moody bathrooms: the latest in tinted glass

While minimalism is still a central focus in bathroom design, designers are moving away from the creation of sleek features with tiles...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

While minimalism is still a central focus in bathroom design, designers are moving away from the creation of sleek features with tiles, instead creating streamlined moody spaces with a focus on glass.

“We’re seeing grey-tinted and ultraclear glass becoming popular lately,” Haynes Glass’ Matthew Hayne says. “This speciality glass is being used in conjunction with different hardware finishes, such as matt black and brushed brass.”

The use of tinted glass could be described as an evolution of sorts from the recent focus on striking hardware; now, it is the combination of both aspects being used together to create sleek, moody designs that retain a minimalist, if not somewhat masculine, aesthetic.

Sliding Door Showers
Sliding Door Showers

Standard glass has an iron content which creates a green tinge, particularly when the glass is placed against stark whites. “Ultraclear glass, in comparison, has a lower iron content, allowing it to remain completely clear and creates that sleek contemporary look in bathrooms that people are wanting to create.”

Bronze-tinted glass has been rarely used in showers because until now, it has not been available in New Zealand. Haynes Glass is about to release it to the market to complement its already popular grey-tinted product.

As part of the streamlined minimalism, less componentry is featuring in showers than ever before too allowing for the glass or other features to be the true focus of the room. “We’ve developed a slimmer, smart aluminium channel for showers that exposes no silicone or rubber joins,” Matthew says. “And used with our Verona sliding shower system, which only requires two rollers on a solid stainless steel bar, as opposed to the common sliding shower hardware that required numerous componentry to provide adequate strength it creates a unique sleek aesthetic.”

Frameless Box Showers
Frameless Box Showers

Haynes Glass has been specialising in glazing for nearly 30 years, focusing on bathroom glass, mirrors, splashbacks and balustrades. Working closely with architects, builders and directly with homeowners, they offer a design service to create bespoke products for projects of any size.

Get in touch with Haynes Glass on ArchiPro here to see what’s possible with the latest in bathroom glass.

Frameless Shower Screens
Frameless Shower Screens

Get in touch with
Haynes Glass

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