Use Glass to Brighten Office Interiors

Written by
Kyle Sherman
Published on
January 11, 2022 at 8:00:00 AM PST January 11, 2022 at 8:00:00 AM PSTth, January 11, 2022 at 8:00:00 AM PST

The use of glass in office décor can be decorative as well as utilitarian.

What’s the number one interior design trick of all time? The reflective aspect of light. Light makes a room feel larger and more comfortable, not to mention, brighter.

What’s the number one material that satisfies this number one design trick? The use of glass. Glass allows natural light to fill rooms and enhance views. A miracle worker for reflecting light and illuminating surfaces, glass can also be used to obscure unsightly storage areas and bring a modern, clean aesthetic to an office space.

Here are a few ways to include glass in your next office interior:

●Glass furniture – For a sophisticated, executive styling to your office interiors, add glass tables and chairs as well as accent pieces like signs and nameplates. Pair with wood, leather and metals for an urban industrial look.

●Unique applications – Frosted glass cubby walls or glass block add sleek, modern detail to these dividers of a large room without the appearance of small space. They let light through and keep ample privacy at the same time.

●Glass balustrades – These staircases showcase the height of an office interior, adding a sophisticated look and feel.

●Patterned glass – Patterned glass works the same as frosted glass in terms of dividing a space while creating privacy. The pattern also adds texture and originality, in some cases.

●Mirrored walls – Add depth to a room, widening up smaller spaces by reflecting the light.

●Exterior building material – Especially in high rise commercial buildings, the use of glass in wide, expansive exterior sheathing connects the indoor space with the outside.

Utility of Glass

Few limits exist with glass. Heat and cold variations are the most notable features that need to be addressed when using glass in office interiors. For instance, a thicker pane of glass may need to be used in colder climates, etc. Whether glass is used in small quantities or large installations, your office décor will benefit from the beautiful light.

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