Nothing compares to the simplicity and elegance of glass when it comes to doors to fit interior designs, with their clean lines and minimal distractions. Bringing light into space, they can also fit the purpose of dividing a room letting light throughout. Whether they are the classic paneled styles or modern design, glazed doors are conceived to be closed without making a room feel closed off.
The eye can see further, as panel doors can have a surprising effect on the adjoining rooms that are brought together making the space feel much bigger.
Safety also comes in place given the transparency of glass, for example in the case of kitchens and children’s rooms.
These kinds of doors are created taking into account different factors such as where the door will be placed, how often it will be used and whether blocking noise is of importance. Take the French doors, with sidelights they can connect the indoor to the outdoor with all the Parisian elegance.
From the modern barn style glass sliding door system, a space saving solution in stainless steel, to the right glass, clear, satin, grooved, interior glass doors are versatile yet sophisticated.
Frames are also key in designing these kinds of doors: from frameless glass doors for elegance if the space to decorate is a modern loft, giving a contemporary feel, to wooden frames, able to fuse modern with cozy and bringing different styles together.
The technologies involved are also different in the fabrication of the glass. Colorful glass, which uses fusion technology that allows controlled slumping of flat glass into a mold in high temperature, has an after effect that is simply stunning.