When it comes to updating your home, there’s so many things you can change it really is endless. That said, budget is usually the main thing that holds most of us back when it comes to updating our homes.
But there is good news, you don’t need to spend a small fortune to make a big statement. Adding decorative glass in and around your home will help make it look modern, stylish and elegant. There are a few things that you could change that are both easy and relatively cheap (or cheaper). They include:
If your kitchen doesn’t need replacing just yet changing things like doors handles, tiles and the paint work would brighten the room up and make it look like new. You could also replace tiles near your hob with a glass splashback. A Toughened glass splashback would be a great finishing touch and would be perfect for protecting your walls from food staining and water damage. A glass splashback makes for easier cleaning of foodstuffs that could potentially stain and damage your walls.
A Shower door
Why not update your shower with a unique twist. You could have a unique design on your shower door made via Sandblasting. Although the process isn’t the cheapest it would make your bathroom standout from all the rest.
One of the easiest ways to add glass around your home is with your light fittings. There are so many to choose from you will definitely be spoilt for choice. At the minute in our home we have normal light fittings and shades. I would love to replace our hallway lights with small chandeliers. This would not only make the hallway look more elegant but it would make the area a lot lighter too.
If you have an open plan staircase or are planning to open your staircase up. You could add glass panels or a glass wall. This would make the area look much bigger and brighter. Make sure you use toughened glass for this that meets building regulations so that it is safe.
Another easy way to add glass into your home is by adding mirrors around your home. We have mirrors in almost every room. I love that they make the rooms look bigger.
Are you planning on updating your home anytime soon?
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