Glass is a great way to open up a space, if only virtually. By making a space look bigger, you can improve your enjoyment of the space and give it a crisp, clean look.
How can you open a space? Consider removing non-structural walls or using glass room dividers to “remodel” your interior space. Raising furniture off the ground will also allow you to “look through” objects, creating a more open feeling in a small room.
Another way to open a room is to reframe windows. Small windows are more energy efficient, but they don’t tend to admit a lot of natural light. By increasing the amount of natural light in a space, you can create the impression of a larger, brighter and more welcoming space.
You can also use glass in doors, or use frameless glass doors to create the visual impression of more space. In areas where privacy is desirable, you can use frosted glass. If frosted glass isn’t in the budget, consider using Glassprimer glass paint.
Glassprimer glass paint is a cost effective alternative to frosted glass that provides privacy and durability. Glassprimer glass paint is highly UV resistant, so it won’t chip, fade or peel even in direct sunlight. Unlike frosted glass, Glassprimer glass paint comes in virtually any color. It can be tinted to match the paint palette of any major paint manufacturer, so you can integrate it seamlessly into your decorating plan.
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