The Beauty and Types of Interior Glass Walls There is a beauty to interior glass walls that can add just a bit of elegance to even the simplest building. The uses of these walls are fairly main stream, but the options available allow for custom design. This can be the ultimate interior designers dream. In general it is rare to find interior glass walls, except in up-scale office buildings. The times have changed though to where it is found in homes. These homes, known as “glass houses”, are gems and an architect’s dream job if it is considered a personal interest. They are essentially, a beauty to look at from the outside, but the inside is truly magnificent. There are different types of glass walls to choose from depending on the purpose. The most commonly seen are glass panel walls used in offices. These are normally freestanding and provide a separation of different offices. These are normally chosen when permanent walls are not desired in the building. There are some options with these that range from a clear wall to a frosted glass for privacy concerns. In the home, there are many options for interior glass walls. The common choice to choose from is glass block walls. These walls have a variety of options that allow for customization to some extent. When choosing a clear glass wall, it is generally not used for privacy but more for separation of space and transmission of light. While most manufacturers do not add color, there are some that can provide this option. This is an ideal solution for when privacy is desired or for when a touch of design or color is wanted. These tinted glass walls can be made available in a hue of colors ranging from green, blue, rose, and gold. This is ideal for bedrooms and bathrooms where privacy is more needed. Interior glass walls have become more popular through-out the years as more offices and homes utilize them tastefully and simply. With these walls, there is sure to be an added touch of beauty to any architectural structure around.
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