6 Ways To Utilise Glass Doors In Your Home

6 Ways To Utilise Glass Doors In Your Home
January 18, 2024 hometrust

6 Ways to Utilise Glass Doors in Your Home

Want to segment your space, without having it feel small and cramped?

One way of doing just that is… by using glass doors!

In this article, we showcase 6 ways to utilise glass doors in your home.

Read on to find out more!

1. Between the Kitchen and the Living Room (Example 1)

contemporary kitchen with countertop and kitchen island
Le Crescendo Condo ($80,000) by Eight Design Pte Ltd

When used in the kitchen, glass doors give you a happy compromise between an open and closed kitchen. You essentially get the look and feel of an open kitchen, but you’ve still got that separation between your kitchen and your living room so that smells and grease don’t linger outside of your kitchen.

2. Between the Kitchen and the Living Room (Example 2)

minimalist kitchen with countertop and glass door
124 Hougang Avenue 1 ($38,000) by Livspace

In this example, the homeowner has used a glass door to segregate their kitchen and living room. The glass door helps to keep the kitchen noises (like the sound of the blender, or the clattering of pots and pans) contained within the kitchen, without making the living room feel small or boxed in.

3. Between the Kitchen and the Living Room (Example 3)

modern kitchen with countertop and glass door
109B Canberra Walk ($25,000) by 9 Creation Pte Ltd

Here’s one last example of how you can use glass doors in between your kitchen and living space. With glass doors, it’s easy for you to keep an eye on whatever’s going on outside as you cook. This is especially useful for folks who entertain a lot, and for homeowners with kids!

4. Between the Living Room and the Study (Example 1)

scandinavian living room with feature wall and glass door
486B Tampines ($85,000) by The Interior Lab Pte Ltd

How gorgeous does this living space look? The wall-to-wall glass doors definitely add to the ambience, and make the living room look more sleek and sophisticated.

5. Between the Living Room and the Study (Example 2)

scandinavian living room with tv console and glass door
530C Pasir Ris Dr 1 ($75,565) by Starry Homestead Pte Ltd

In this home, the study (that’s encased with glass doors) looks like a command centre. You get a good view of the entire home from the study, and you’re able to observe the surroundings instead of being isolated in a corner!

6. Between the Living Room and the Study (Example 3)

minimalist study with bookshelf and drop ceiling
Sumang Walk ($50,000) by E Interior Studio Pte Ltd

Do you envision yourself entertaining a lot? If so, go for glass doors that are specifically bi-fold doors or sliding doors that can be collapsed to the side. This way, you can open up your space and have more room whenever you’re hosting your friends and family.

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