Backpainted glass room dividers for home and office
Glass room dividers are gaining in popularity. We don’t always (or often) think of doors as room dividers, but glass doors make beautiful room dividers. Glass room dividers can be stand-alone screens, hanging screens or they can be integrated into solid walls.
In commercial settings, conference rooms are often surrounded partially or completely by glass. Clear glass isn’t always desirable in the work environment. To minimize distraction and increase privacy, while still permitting light to filter through, consider using Glassprimer glass paint to create a frosted glass effect.
You don’t need to paint the entire glass panel to achieve the desired results. By painting just three-quarters of the panel, you can achieve the goal of creating more privacy without blocking incoming light. You can also incorporate designs, patterns or logos into the paint to enhance the visual appeal of the painted glass.
In a home setting, Glassprimer glass paint can allow you to incorporate glass into bedroom and bathroom doors, while still preserving privacy. You can also install frameless or framed glass doors between the kitchen and dining room to enhance the look and function of the dining space.
Home offices and studios are gaining in popularity. More people work from home today than ever before, so for some people, a home office is a necessity. Not all homes were designed with a workspace in mind, so in some layouts, you need to create a suitable workspace. Glass doors between a workspace and living space can create an appropriate visual and practical division.
Backpainted glass can be both decorative and functional. If you’d like more information about incorporating backpainted glass room dividers into the design of your home or office space, please check out the rest of our site. If you’d like to purchase Glassprimer glass paint, please visit our online store .
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