We all dream of having the best home decor and always looking for the alternatives to create an attractive and elegant look for our home. Decorative glass can be the best solution to spruce up any room in the house. Unlike the regular glass, decorative glass has texture, color, or frost that can add style and give more privacy while still allowing the space to get plenty of natural light. Decorative glass is also a great material for a room divider, especially in a small space. Check out these five gorgeous interior glass that will take the glass partition to the next level.
1. Fluted glass
This affordable luxe-looking material has a nice texture and optical qualities that make for an intriguing aesthetics. It can give an illusion that mask anything lie on the other side so you’ll get more privacy without totally blocking the space. It’s a great material to incorporate decorative elements to doors or partitions.
The transparency of the fluted glass makes the room feel brighter and airy while keeping the privacy.
This fluted glass door enhance the sleek, elegant design of this room with its beautiful vertical line pattern.
Fluted glass is a great glass material to use at any room in the house, including the bathroom. This is your way to make your shower luxurious.
2. Frosted glass
This type of glass will give you a little more privacy and more shared light than the fluted ones. It tends to be a little more costly too because it requires frosted films added on both sides. Frosted glass will look beautiful as a partition in a studio apartment, or for a door in your home office.
The frosted glass becomes a modern material alternatives for this Japanese-style sliding door. This look more stylish and beautiful than the traditional sliding door.
You can make your closet subtly hidden behind the frosted glass doors, and it looks trendy.
There are various type of frosted glass door, and some are not fully frosted but have patterns on them. This one will look great as your contemporary home office door.
3. Stained glass
Stained glass is still widely used but now in a more contemporary design, with more vibrant colors and simpler pattern. It’s also not only limited to use for the window, but also doors and partitions. Stained glass is great for you who like a more colorful interior design.
Use stained glass to create a chic and colorful door. The colors will give you a warm feeling as you walk through it.
Stained glass partitions not only beautify, but also define the space.
This stained glass window makes for a great partition and an accent wall at the same time.
4. Speckled glass
Just like its name, speckled glass has a large number of small spots or patches of colors on the entire surface. The spots and patches give beautiful sparks when the light come pass through it, makes it look more attractive. If privacy is not your great concern, this decorative glass is great to add the aesthetic in your interior.
Speckled glass will add style and color to your closet area.
The film also gives enough privacy, while letting the light comes through and make the room feel brighter.
5. Architectural glass frame
In a small space, an entire glass partition still can make the space feel cramped. For the solution, you can opt for architectural glass frames instead. They can add style to your small space while keeping the space open.
Though it’s simple, the glass archway clearly define the kitchen from the next room.
This glass frame gives the illusion of depth that makes the bathroom feel more spacious.
Decorative glasses are great to create details in your interior aesthetic. They also make your space look more stylish and elegant. These materials offer you both beauty and functionality. You should consider trying to use one of these material in your house.