Most of the time, when you think of glass doors, you think of patio doors or frosted glass bathroom doors. However, glass can be a useful material for interior doors as well. Take a look at these ideas.
Glass lets light into otherwise dark and gloomy hallways and passageways. If you have a hall off a room with a lot of natural light, then make the most of it and cut your power bill. After all, you might as well take advantage of the glorious sunshine down here in Bonita Springs!
Here, the glass door is combined with a glass wall to add space to this small reading area. With solid doors and walls, this space would feel very cramped and confined, but this opens the area out and makes it feel like more of a relaxing nook. If you wanted extra privacy, you could add some blinds to the interior as well as the exterior windows and close the area off when you needed to.
Glass doors don’t have to be in a modern style. If you have a more traditional home, then glass panes in the door, particularly combined with stained glass pieces add a touch of elegance. Textured panes of glass provide a small degree of privacy while letting plenty of light through.
And finally, here’s an unusual use for glass doors: although most people prefer to keep their clothes hidden away behind solid closet doors – as well as all the other junk we like to stash in our closets! – you can always put your clothes on display. If you have a large amount of clothing, it’ll be much easier to find what you need instead of hunting through closets trying to remember which one you left it on. The addition of mirrors throughout the room makes this small space feel remarkably large.