What Walls of Glass Can Do for Your Home

When designing a home, you have so many options to consider. One that is certainly worth a few hours of contemplation is including more glass. Glass allows plenty of light to shine through, and there are plenty of ways to incorporate glass into your home’s architecture.

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Benefits of Glass

Including plenty of glass in your home certainly enhances the beauty of the rest of your home’s features by letting plenty of natural light shine through. If you have a lot of wood in your design, it looks better in natural light. Colors appear more vibrant, and the mood is made more lighthearted. Allowing all of that natural light inside also makes it easier to keep houseplants looking fresh. Imagine an expansive living room with a floor-to-ceiling window and plenty of fresh, lush plants — nothing is more beautiful.

Ways to Incorporate More Glass

Floor-to-ceiling windows and expansive picture windows are just one of the many ways to incorporate more glass into your home. Some modern homes now feature glass ceilings. These let you stare out into the clouds, creating a modern, yet natural feel. Glass walls are also becoming more common. These look great in outside corridors. For a greenhouse-style room, you can combine a glass ceiling with a glass floor. You’ll be amazed how warm the sunlight keeps it, and you get a great view of your backyard, too.

One of the secrets to designing a home that satisfies your every need is having a talented team of architects and designers on your side. At Gelotte Hommas Architecture, we truly believe that architecture is an art, and it’s our goal to help you create a beautiful masterpiece. Contact us today to talk about your building plans and design ideas.

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