4 Places to Use Slumped Glass

If you enjoy the look of glass and the amount of natural light that it lets into the home but also value the privacy within your home or specific areas within it, slumped glass might be the answer you’re looking for.

Read on to learn more about slumped glass and where you can use it to get the best looking effects, getting both the balance of premium glass products, natural light, and the privacy you need.slumped glass in use

What is Slumped Glass?

Slumped glass introduces a new style and dimension to all glass features in the home. In any room, it allows you to enjoy the natural sunlight that you enjoy while keeping your personal life private from those outside. On top of that, slumped glass can be altered and manipulated to create a unique look or design that will fit with any theme in your home.

Slumped glass comes with key features and a few customisable options that make it flexible for most ideas and projects:

  • Certified by Australian Standards
  • 4 Sizes of Thickness: 6mm, 10mm, 12mm and 15mm
  • Toughened, Grade A Safety
  • Unlimited Design Possibilities: Custom Patterns and Designs
  • Range of 12 Standard Textures
  • Warranty: 10 Years

Below you’ll find four different places that you can utilise slumped glass in your home.

1. Bathrooms

To continue to let natural light throughout the entire home, use a glass door for your bathrooms to help the light reach every corner possible. However, to provide privacy for the bathroom, consider installing glass doors, walls or for the shower that use slumped glass.

2. Kitchen

Slumped glass can be used many different ways. Whether you want to allow light through kitchen windows and walls leading from other parts of the house or want to use glass as a way to set your kitchen apart, slumped glass can help.

3. Windows

Wherever you use glass, you can use slumped glass, and a houses windows are no exception. You can use slumped glass to provide privacy for specific rooms or use it to illustrate a unique design while still getting natural light into the home and other benefits often associated only through using clear glass.

4. Perimeter Fencing

If you really like the look of glass, why not use it for your fencing? Using glass as a way to fence off your property is not always the first thing homeowners think about. However, our slumped glass is extremely durable and can be customised in a number of ways to provide you with both the privacy and safety of normal fencing, while creating a one-of-a-kind look around your home.

No matter how big or small your project, WaterArt can help you bring your dream home to life with our quality glass features. Give us a call or contact us today with any questions that you have and we’ll help you bring your ideas into realisation!

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