November 27, 2020 10:27

Think interiors - think design, think decor. Interiors are all about creating vibrant spaces that come alive with good vibes. Whether you are looking to bring an element of elegance or a pop of colour, the world of interior decor is replete with unlimited options. But as with most things, there are preconceived notions about interior design being an expensive proposition. However, it is always not so.

With the evolution of architecture, today, there is a plethora of materials available that make interior design accessible and affordable to every budget. And adding variety and versatility to the concept of classy interior design, is glass. Yes, contrary to popular belief, glass is not a high-cost, high-maintenance material. Surprising? But true.

Glass window has long been considered delicate and given a miss in favour of more 'sturdy' options when it came to doing up the interiors. But did you know, glass is one of the most cost-effective, strong and sustainable materials that is equally viable for both exteriors and interiors? Here are 10 ways that show you how:

 

 

 

  • Glass lets in ample natural lighting and ventilation, that can help reduce the dependence on artificial lighting and cooling, thereby cutting down on energy bills.

     

    Glass for Windows
  • Glass is easy to clean, sanitize and maintain, making it one of the most hassle-free materials for the interior space
  • Glass can be upcycled to glam up the interiors. For instance, DIY an old mirror into a decor piece to make a style statement
  • Glass creates a sense of space even where there is none. Just a prudent placement of mirrors can do the trick.

     

    tinted mirror
  • Glass wall panels do not peel off, unlike wallpapers or paint
  • In the kitchen, glass shutters & splashbacks help to easily wipe out stains
  • Glass can be used anywhere and everywhere – from furniture to wall panels, from partitions to wardrobes, from countertops to splashbacks.

     

    MIRROR
  • In the washroom, glass comes in handy with its humidity-resistant properties
  • With glass, there is no fear of termites or microbes
  • Glass can be both classic and contemporary, and can be easily adapted with changes in the interiors

This is just a heads-up on how glass can be used around the living /working space to amp up the interiors economically. Glass helps to reduce energy costs, works as a low-maintenance material, can be recycled and is durable too, factors that make it cost-effective.

To know more on how glass window  interiors can help you save money in the long run, click here:

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