While exterior glass doors and windows have become common in many new homes, the uniqueness of interior glass walls and doors is widely untapped. While some amazing homes utilize the technology of modern glass doors and walls for amazing interior architecture, many overlook the potential for creating a home that takes this fresh and powerful approach. Below are a few ideas to get you thinking about your next home build or renovation.

Indoor pool/hot tub - Indoor pools and hot tubs are a great way to increase privacy or create a unique home feature. Taking the idea of in home pools and hot tubs one step further, adding a sliding glass door or glass wall system allows you to keep the pool separate but still within sight.

Walk in Closet - Walk-in closets are often hidden behind closed doors, but you have spent a lot of time building up your impressive wardrobe, why not show it off? Whether you create a full frame glass wall around your closet or just replace a single entry way with a glass wall system, you are sure to impress.

Bathroom - This works best with master bathrooms, and creates a more intimate and open feel to your master bedroom and bathroom. While not for the timid, it is sure to be a favorite for the bold.

Optional Room Separation - An open floor plan is great for creating an airy home that flows from room to room, but the option for privacy that our frameless sliding glass doors provide is important for many situations. For example a home office that is open to the rest of the home creates a nice open work environment, but if the family is home or you need privacy for an important discussion it is important to have that separation.

 

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