How to use Toughened Glass to brighten your home

Interior Design Tips Using Toughened Glass

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When I moved into my home last year it was a new build, it has a lot of magnolia walls but is like a blank canvas for me to put my own stamp on. I've spent a lot of time trawling the internet looking at interior design and have decided I'd like a modern look. The clean edges, neutral colours and bringing toughened glass into the design to brighten my home is what I'm looking to achieve

Glass Bannister Home

One of my favourite places is in my living room next to my toughened glass patio doors. It's my favourite place because it covers the whole room in sunlight and brightens the whole place up, which got me thinking about how I could use this in other areas of my home? While also helping to improve the modern look I'd like to achieve 

Hallway / Stairs Modern Decor

I want to update my hallway and stairs, it's often the most used yet most overlooked area of the house. It's the first thing you see when you walk in the front door and for most people it's just 'there'. While looking at Modern homes I've been drawn to the ideas of a toughened glass bannister. It would transform that whole area and bring it together with the kitchen making the rooms more fluent and allowing the light from the kitchen windows to cast as far as the stairs

Bathroom Modern Decor 

The bathroom is one of those areas that naturally you'll have quite a modern feel already, I know I already have a glass shower screen* but one idea I've fallen in love with is the idea of a glass printed door, you can get so many cool designs and finishes and it would complete the modern look. With my bathroom cleaning hacks, it shouldn't require too much maintenance either

Bedroom Modern Decor

We're still in the process of making everything perfect in our home but I've got my heart set on beautiful big wardrobes with mirrored doors, our bedroom window is practically floor to ceiling and I think adding in a mirrored wardrobe* will really open the room up and provide it with lots of natural light

Little Touches

Of course, some of the above ideas require a lot of hard work and architectural changes to your home but that's not the only way to bring glass finishes into your space. A toughened glass splashback above your hob would be easy to install, glass furniture such as a coffee table or kitchen table will provide reflecting qualities. Or even smaller things such as a beautiful glass vase* or candles with glass designs can help give little finishing flourishes to your home

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Is your house of modern design? 
What other interior design looks do you like?

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