Think of your habits, needs and what feel you'd like to create in your bathroom in order to figure out whether you should opt for clear or frosted glass doors:
Clear glass doors result in an airy open design that makes your bathroom look bigger and even brighter;
- however, they'll also require deeper and more frequent cleaning, as the water spots will be more visible, and they might not be the right option if you're after some privacy (for example, if you share your bathroom with some housemates);
Frosted glass doors are rather versatile as they're usually available in more design options, and they're a better choice if you're after some privacy; they'll also be easier to clean and maintain;
- if you have a particularly small bathroom, though, you might want to stick to clear glass as frosted doors can make it look even more cramped and darker.
There are also some less popular but beautiful options that could work better with the style of your bathroom:
Tinted glass can easily match the room's palette and add a stylistic touch while maintaining the perks of see-through models; however, these doors aren't the most durable, as they can often result in scratches or lose their brightness;
Textured and patterned glass can achieve a similar effect as frosted models but in a more personalized way; if you have rather simple monochrome fixtures, patterned glass can spruce up the look of your bathroom or even match an existing design; if you already have a couple of different patterns, though, you might want to avoid it, as they could clash and make the room look inconsistent.