Door. Wednesday , September 20th , 2017 - 05:52:47 AM
Instead of using a single material to make the doors you can opt to use a mix of materials that can make the best designs. If you think that glass will be too delicate, you can consider having a classic mix of wood and glass. Glass doors with a broad wooden frame or a wooden door having glass for the upper half looks amazing. You can also have a top to bottom rectangular glass window in the wooden door. Further add crushed foil in between two pieces of glass and have an inexpensive designer version installed for the pantry.
Small pulls that are attached to tables, drawers, and cupboards also tend to look very attractive. The simplicity of manufacturing enables manufacturers to produce pulls that are small and intricate, at a very low-cost. Unlike the smaller metallic ones, those made of porcelain are easier to clean as they do not have small and intricate depressions. Constant use of metallic pulls wears off the polish or electroplating, making its appearance quite dull. This demerit is overcome by porcelain as it never loses its charm.
Till a few years back, frosted glass doors were used only in commercial establishments such as offices and shops. However, now, these stylish and sleek looking doors are very widely being used in home interior decorating. They let the light in like the regular glass doors, but have one advantage over them. They diffuse the light and hence nothing is clearly visible through them. Thus, they maintain privacy and at the same time, allow easy passage of natural light into the house, making them an ideal choice for various rooms of the house.
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