Sliding Glass as a Decorative Room Divider

Are you in the planning stages of remodeling your home? Consider going modern and dividing your rooms with sliding glass decorative room dividers. Not only will you maximize space, but it’s also the perfect way to add privacy and functionality to your home. You can give your home decor an instant about-face without spending a fortune in the process.

Sliding glass roomdividers are available in versatile and easy-to-use styles. They can be stationary or portable, depending upon your needs. If you decide to adjust where you want the room divided, you can move the dividers with ease. Try doing that with a wooden door or a wall! The tracks can be recessed and made flush with the flooring if you choose. If you are concerned about using sliding glass for a room divider because of safety, you can rest easy knowing that the glass is highly tempered and the doors have efficient locking systems so they won’t jump the tracks.

Still can’t decide what type of glass to choose for your decorativeroom divider? Review your options carefully, since each glass style has unique traits you’ll want to consider before making a decision. Frosted glass is a great choice if you want to let light in but limit visibility. Objects more than six inches away from the glass are blurred and only bright colors are visible. Linen has a woven texture that still allows for privacy but permits more light penetration. If you want to be able to see on both sides, choose clear or laminated glass. Laminated glass offers the greatest sound reduction of all glass choices. Milky glass allows only a small amount of light to pass through and is ideal for closing off storage spaces. Mirrored glass hides the contents of the room while giving the illusion of more space.

Once you have decided on the type of glass you will use, it’s time to consider design options. Elements to be considered are the framework material, color, finish, and width options (usually from 1 ½ – 3 inches). Popular finish options for the framework include white, wenge, maple, silver, walnut, and black. Be sure to take accurate measurements of all the spaces you want to partition before placing your order.

Add a touch of elegance to your home by using sliding glass as a decorativeroomdivider. Call different companies, request estimates, visit showrooms, and study online about sliding glass decorativeroomdividers and how to use them for your next interior design project.

Contact The Sliding Door Company for more information about purchasing a decorative room divider for your home remodeling or design project. Call the National Order Center at (888) 433-1333 (TOLL FREE) or visit http://www.slidingdoorco.com/ for a complete list of products and locations. For general information, email contact@slidingdoor.com.

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