Glass doors help to maximise light, whilst also providing security and warmth to your home. When choosing the perfect glass door for your home, it's worth considering your décor, style, and privacy preferences.Stylish panel glass doors
Solid timber doors that feature a single panel of laminated safety glass optimise interior light. Modern and contemporary glass doors typically boast a plain, wide frame surrounding the clear glass.
Glass doors with a classic French style have 10 lites of clear glass, arranged in two verticals of five.
Retro glass doors often have two panels of laminated safety glass. The larger rectangular panel is positioned in the top two thirds of the frame, with the small panel at the bottom. Traditional glass doors dating back to the 1920s feature 9 original glass panels inserted in the top section of the door.
Vintage Art Deco style single panel doors traditionally feature a glass panel at the top of the door. Decorative vintage wooden doors, decorated with a wrought iron security screen door and pressed glass are also available.
Classy contemporary glass doors create an understated feature in any room. Timber veneer entrance doors are embellished with a single slim and narrow, vertical insert of glass. Solid timber doors featuring 4 horizontal glass panels are an alternative trendy option for a style conscious interior.Glass variations
Not all glass doors are designed to maximise light. Some modern designs feature opaque glass that enhances privacy. These sliding or traditional glass doors are ideal for attaching to a wardrobe or cupboard, as they minimise visual clutter.
Some exterior glass doors that are painted are embellished with an oval window of decorative stained glass. Elegant floral designs are especially popular.
Pressed glass that is patterned with swirls, animal prints, and floral designs have a unique retro appeal. When combined with modern design and elegant maple veneer, the result is a stylish glass door that makes a real statement.