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Custom sliding glass wall dividing a living room and a kitchen letting light in.

Sliding Glass Walls


Sliding glass door system with half etched privacy design.

Sliding Glass Walls


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Reasons to buy from Go Glass

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    Independent family owned business

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    Established for over 45 years

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    Shortlisted for glass company of the year 2023

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    Bespoke glass and mirror designs

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    UK based manufacturing

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    Comprehensive product range

Sliding Glass Walls and Partitions

Sliding Glass Walls

In the realm of contemporary architecture and interior design, sliding glass walls have emerged as a revolutionary addition that seamlessly blends form and function. These frameless glass partitions redefine the concept of space, offering both domestic and commercial environments the perfect balance of elegance, versatility, and well-being. Explore how they enhance interiors, provide privacy, and usher in an era of open yet separated spaces.

Custom made to size in a range of options including single, double and even telescopic, glass choices include clear, tinted, etched or with a design. Edge lighting with LED gives even more options to create the wow factor in your home or business.

Supplied UK wide in 2-3 weeks, use our interactive design and quote below for an immediate budget price.

Why use Sliding Glass Walls?

Sliding glass walls are a marvel of design innovation. These frameless partitions incorporate a top sliding glass track with a soft open and close facility, making them ideal for those who seek to maximize space without compromising on style. By eliminating the need for traditional swing doors, these walls create an uninterrupted flow of space, fostering an atmosphere of openness and sophistication.

What are the benefits of using Sliding Glass Walls?

One of the defining features of sliding glass walls is their ability to offer privacy on demand. These walls can be fitted with etched or obscure glass, allowing you to transform open spaces into separate rooms at will. Etched glass designs add a touch of artistic elegance to your interiors, offering a range of customizable patterns and styles that not only provide privacy but also become a stunning focal point in your living or working space.

How do Sliding Glass Walls benefit well-being in the home?

In both domestic and commercial settings, the importance of well-being cannot be overstated. Sliding glass walls create a harmonious balance between open and closed spaces, fostering an environment where individuals can work, relax, or socialize with ease. The infusion of natural light is a crucial element in promoting well-being, and these glass walls excel in this aspect by allowing light to flow from room to room, ensuring that no area is left in darkness.

In contemporary homes, sliding glass walls have become a sought-after addition. They seamlessly connect indoor and outdoor spaces, blurring the boundaries between the interior and exterior environments. In living rooms, they provide an unobstructed view of gardens or outdoor landscapes, creating a tranquil atmosphere. In bedrooms, they offer privacy without sacrificing the visual connection between spaces, allowing for an airy, serene ambiance.

In the commercial world, sliding glass walls are a game-changer. They are perfect for creating flexible workspaces, conference rooms, or private offices within larger open-plan areas. The ability to instantly transform spaces offers businesses unparalleled adaptability, making them ideal for both large corporations and co-working spaces. Moreover, the aesthetic appeal of etched glass designs adds a touch of sophistication to corporate environments.

Do I need a specialist to install my sliding glass wall?

Many systems are supplied DIY, and if you are a competent DIYer, you can install the glass wall yourself.   Simply measure the opening you want to fit the wall into, and tolerances will be made for fitting.