(Summer Glass Ideas)
A & D Glass Inc.
With summer upon us, I've found a lot of examples here on Houzz that show how glass can accentuate tropical and other summery decor - far beyond glassware holding cold, enticing drinks!
Windows with muntin bars create a tropical Colonial feel.
Dual insulated replacement glass can be ordered with internal muntins, or you can purchase flat stock to apply to single glass.
This fun home created a larger grid pattern with its windows to better highlight the assymetrical openings.
Mitred corner glass keeps this room feeling open and airy.
Opaque art glass creates a warm glow in this bedroom.
Opaque panels over head allow light in and block heat.
Glass railings help you to relax and drink in more of the view.
The glass railings throughout this home make it seem more open and spacious. The view is fabulous from the outside too!
A glass shop can install mirrors into any frame you find, so get creative!
A clear glass shower panel allows light from the window into the whole room.
A glass wall brings the outdoors right into your shower.
Sandblast designs complement your theme and add a bit of fun.
Sandblast can also obscure your shower for more privacy. While we don't see a lot of louvre windows any more, they are very typical in the south Pacific and definitely add a tropical feel here.
Regular coffee tables as large as these would make this room seem crowded, but glass tops leave it open.
Combine patio furniture and a glass top for a tropical feel.
Traditional clear cabinet glass lightens up wood doors.
Acid-etch glass reflects the lights to help brighten this kitchen while obscuring the contents of the cabinet.
Even light fixtures can benefit from a new style of glass. Seedy antique glass would add an interesting texture here.