Whether you’re renovating, looking for a little inspiration or trying to better aerate your home, glass is the perfect addition. Glass boasts a multipurpose quality – creating different effects and fulfilling unique purposes throughout your space – both decoratively and architecturally!

Glass can blend seamlessly into the existing design of a specific room or become a welcomed addition to the new blank canvas that is your new home. We will be combining both functionality and design to show you how glass is the epitome of art and architecture.

Glass in the bedroom

Adding glass to your bedroom can have pleasing effects on the aesthetics of this space. Its lively contribution will give the illusion of space as it creates an elongated continuity. The impression that the room spreads beyond its physical confines contributes to the aeration of your bedroom. This will eradicate the feeling of a claustrophobic or small bedroom.

On a more practical level, glass becomes the best light source with the inclusion of larger windows and sliding doors. Bedrooms often require the addition of light and a natural radiance to flow throughout the room. This will add to the space’s charm and serene impression.

Glass in the kitchen

The combination of various glass types in your kitchen has both an elegant and practical benefit; particularly to a space that is often deemed the heart of the home. This refreshing and delicate material offers a unique visual stimulus that will offer an unobtrusive imprint.

Installing a glass countertop, glass mosaics and glass dividers will elevate its artistic and homely appeal. It will also allow for greater light to dissipate throughout the space. Glass will also create warmth and depth that is sure to draw guests into this space.

Glass in the bathroom

Often used in traditional, minimalist and modern designs, glass is often a welcomed material in bathroom architectural designs. Its effortless ability to blend into bathroom features enhances its stature and uses. The durability, tough exteriors, sleek characteristic and easy-cleaning nature makes its presence in your bathroom advantageous. Glass will also allow for a cleaner look, balancing both ample light and a sense of privacy (through our frosted glass options).

Adding a glass sink to your bathroom will not only exude sophistication but add a simple touch of style. Building in larger glass windows will also allow for natural light (that will illuminate the space) and create unhindered outdoor views. Glass showers will also act as a structural and visual feature in your bathroom.

Glass in the lounge

The flow of natural daylight into your lounge is crucial. As a central entertaining area in your home, its cascading reflections introduce a warm and earnest aura into the room. Using larger windows removes the feel of a more functional area and, instead allows it to become a central point for interior design splendour and entertaining.

Adding glass sliding doors will not only add various points of entry but illuminate outdoor features; drawing the eye and providing a refreshing feel to this space. Using decorative glass features will also add a versatile flair whilst complimenting the natural colour palette in the room.

Incorporating glass into your home will better help you balance ageless elegance with practical aesthetics by giving your home a unique and contemporary look. Proving how glass is the most important design tool today and has rightfully earned its place in your home.