Light plays a crucial role in our health and well-being both at work and at home. Studies show that if we are exposed to natural light at work we are 18% more productive. Too much artificial light decreases our own levels of melatonin, when the timing of our body clocks is effected the impact is felt on both our physiological and mental functions. The answer is to use glass in your interior design.
Using glass sliding doors allows this homeowner to borrow light from the much brighter kitchen area and acts as an acoustic barrier between the 2 rooms.
Replacing wooden spindles is a cost-effective and simple project and will allow light into a dark stairway or hall. Strengthened products such as toughened laminated glass allow for a totally frameless look.
https://goglass.co.uk/partitions/sliding/ Bringing the outside in, our client specified this bespoke set of sliding pocket glass doors giving her the option of separating the kitchen and dining areas or open plan living space.
With a little thought, most homes can be improved if you employ some glass design.