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5 Ideas for Incorporating Glass Doors into Your Home

The entranceway into your home is one of the first impressions visitors to your home will get about what to expect inside. Depending on what you want to convey, installing a glass door with a minimalist look can provide a clean and modern look.

But maybe you want to do something more, perhaps you want to add glass doors to other areas of your home. Below you will find more ideas about how you can incorporate glass doors into many different areas within your home.

#1 Your Front Door

For first time visitors and family and friends, this is the first place they’ll greet you.If you want to make a good first impression, adding a seamless glass door is a great option. You can make it reflect your still by adding colour to it (anything from the dulux range) or by leaving it clear so that visitors get a glimpse into your life. The options are limitless, it’s up to you to decide on the first impression you’d like to make.

#2 Your Back Door

If you’re looking to provide a seamless blend between your indoor and outdoor areas, adding a glass door to your back door area is a good option. While inside your home, you’ll have an uninterrupted view of your back yard and vice versa, providing a natural connection between both spaces, and allowing you to keep an eye on the kids in the backyard.

#3 Balcony

If you have a two­storey house, adding a sliding glass door to your upstairs bedrooms is a great way to let in natural light and to get a view of the great outdoors. If you live in the city,adding colour and a cloudy finish will provide you with the privacy you need.

#4 Wardrobe Doors

If you’re looking for a way to update your existing bedroom, try adding glass sliding doors to your wardrobe. You can make these mirrors, so that you can have floor to ceiling views of your room reflected back at you. If you’d like to see your clothes without opening doors, simply add a see­through sliding door, allowing you to choose what you want to wear quickly.

#5 Home Office

If you have a home office that is close to where all the action is happening, such as the kitchen or lounge, adding a glass door or divider to your home office will provide you with the separation that you need, while also allowing you to see what’s going on when needed.You’ll also be able to let in more natural light, adding to a more ergonomic environment from which to work from.

If you’ve been looking to enhance different parts of your home or office, then considering installing glass doors is a great option that is also cost­effective.

Are you ready to add some unique finishing touches to your home? Contact the team at CustomCote today to get a free quote and find out how we can help you get started.