Have you been thinking about installing a frosted glass door or two, or three, in a home or office? The good news is the timelessness of frosted glass’ aesthetic allows for it to be used in virtually any room of a building, and it will work its magic.
Not just decorative, frosted glass is also functional – it can help add privacy to interior spaces such as showers, meeting rooms, office partitions, and other private rooms. A frosted glass door can also be used instead of traditional wood doors if you want more light to shine in, or in the place or traditional windows if you want less light to seep through.
Due to its glass nature, it opens up spaces, creating a flowing, more comfortable environment. The possibilities are virtually unlimited.
Frosted glass is indeed a versatile option for any window or wall. It is a smarter option for people who prefer breathier spaces and art on every surface. One of the most common areas to incorporate a frosted glass door is in the bathroom, but that is certainly not the only place frosted glass shines. You can use it in any room or simply as a decorative piece. Here are the other design options for incorporating frosted glass in a building:
- Dining and living room doors: while this may seem like an unorthodox idea, it is actually a unique and smart way to brighten up dining and living areas. Frosted glass can help bridge the gap between enclosure and open-concept, still keeping the area separate from the rest of the building but more visually open. A conservatory-style team room in particular, would be greatly complemented by frosted glass.
- Doors to rooms with no windows: a frosted French door is the perfect choice for rooms with little or no natural light so that you can get both the privacy you need but allow some amount of light to seep through.
- Deck and patio doors: if you are tired of using sliding doors or old blinds to access your backyard, a frosted glass door is a good alternative and adds a touch of classic elegance to your space.
Whatever your design choices, Blast Design Limited can accommodate it. Contact us today to learn more about how services.