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5 Clever Glass Uses for Your Renovation

Glass systems for our homes have come a long way in the last 20 years.

Historically, designers used minimal glass in housing design due to heat loss, noise transfer and security/safety.

However, nowadays with the development of double (or even triple) glazing, laminated glass and treatments to reduce UV in your home; these issues have all been solved.

So, here are a few ideas for your next renovation to massively improve the liveability and style of your home.

1. Kitchen Skylights

renovate with GlassA well-positioned skylight can light up your whole kitchen – particularly the prep areas and work spaces that dominate your kitchen use.

2. Glass Window Splashbacks

We love glass window splashbacks because they boost natural light but also boost the sense of space in your home.

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If you enjoy cooking with fresh herbs, you could even have an herb garden on the ledge outside your openable splashback – you don’t even have to leave the kitchen to get your free, fresh herbs!

3. Bring the Outside In

If you have a beautiful vista, capture it! What could be better than the ‘artwork’ provided by nature?

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This Princess Hill home uses glass to perfection.

4. Bathrooms with Private Garden

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If you’re looking for some ‘chill’ space in your bathroom, consider installing a large glass window to capture your own private garden.

5. Create Inside/Outside Living with Concertina Doors

renovate with GlassThis Camberwell project delivers seamless transition from indoors to outdoors. The common floor height and glass balustrade provides clean simple lines the visually enlarge the space and optimise the view.

Author, Richard Armstrong is a Director of Melbourne firm The Makeover Group. With more than a decade of home-renovation/extension experience, Richard has helped hundreds of Melbourne clients undertake renovations to their inner metro homes. Contact us