If you want to make a statement with your front door, choosing the right glazing style is an important decision. The options are endless and it can be difficult to choose just one! That’s why our team has put together this helpful guide that will help you decide what type of glass may work best for you based on its purpose and appearance. Take some time now to review all the different types available or reach out if you have any questions or need assistance in making this final choice. We’re happy to help!
Match it to the style of your house
The style of your front door will have a massive effect on the overall appearance of your home. So, it’s important to choose one that fits with your individual house style. To decide which style of glazing you should go with, think about what kind of design reflects who you are as an individual or family and then choose accordingly based on that. If you’re looking for something modern and minimalistic, try frosted or geometric patterns. If you prefer more ornate styles such as floral patterns, look into traditional options like leaded or stained glass.
The type of glass you choose will play a large role in how much privacy you have at home, and if you live on a busy street it may also impact your safety by keeping people from peeping through windows or doors while they walk past. That is why we recommend opting for frosted glass which offers a great level of privacy while still letting plenty of light in.
Make a statement
If you want to stand out from the crowd and achieve a unique, original look, opt for coloured glass. Coloured glass is a great option if you want to create an eye-catching focal point for your home. With so many colour choices available, it’s easy to find one that matches the colour of your house and complements its style.
Follow our advice to ensure that your front door matches the style of your home and is in line with your functionality expectations. Contact us today if you need help finding the perfect solution! We are happy to provide a free consultation with one of our experts who can offer guidance on which type of glass will work best for you.