The choice of materials can make the difference when decorating your kitchen. Glass and glass is one of the most used materials in our homes. The glass windows make our houses can enjoy natural light. But glass also has a purely ornamental and decorative use as we can see in these kitchens that we show below.
Normally we talk about glass and glass indistinctly as if they were synonyms. Technically, this is not the case since the crystal has lead oxide in its composition and is therefore different from glass. The glasses and glasses, the glassware in general, are as its generic name says, crystal. The difference in decorative use is also important since the glass has a higher refractive index.
The glass doors in the kitchen cupboards relieve and lighten the volume of these. And there is a huge variety of glass and glass, in multiple finishes, to conform the decoration that best suits our taste and our idea.
This glass countertop makes the island look much lighter, it seems that it does not occupy as much space as if it were made of opaque material. That is mainly the great advantage of glass and glass decoration. Also it is possible to emphasize its ease of cleaning and maintenance as well as its duration, logically as long as it does not suffer any blow.
Glass and glass combine perfectly with any natural material. As we can see in this photograph. Wood, stone and glass forming part of a well cohesive decoration.
The glass, or glass, are also a great ally for our kitchen to have an open design but being at the same time separated from the rest of the space. We can see, the light can pass but noises and smells will stay where they should be, in the kitchen. We can even install sliding glass panels to have the kitchen open or closed as we wish.