When you think of glass in a house, you think luxury, modern, and clean. Some other mental images are natural light and views. But whether you know it or not, glass is a material that can transform a home. Here is how to use it to open up your indoor and outdoor spaces.
A glass stairway helps emphasize the interior architecture and unblocks sightlines. A clear, low iron glass creates a more spacious look. Low iron will remove the greenish tint you sometimes see in clear glass. The popular style is a frame with posts framing the glass infill. For indoor staircases, standoff pins are a fantastic high design frameless look.
Balconies made of glass will help create an open, airy effect as the scenery can enter the home and be seen from anywhere. It will also remove dark, separated areas with its influx of natural light. Talon spigots are a good option for glass railings to create an uninterrupted view. Another option is a slim stainless steel top rail.
Exterior balconies create a picture-perfect view of nature. With no interruptions, it’s a great option that also blocks wind. If the clear glass is too vulnerable, frosted glass is a good option too.
If there are guardrails inside the home, help open the floorplan with glass. The glass will enhance the room’s width and openness. It also creates a modern look. Laminated glass is a good option if you want a frameless option as there are layers of glass.
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