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Four Great Ways to Remodel your House with Glass

Here at Calgary’s House of Mirrors, one of the things we have come to most love and appreciate about
glass in a home is its versatility. Whether you need something that’s clean, classic, or cutting-edge, the
right piece of glassware or design can make all the difference. Maybe it’s because of the different shapes
and textures we can use, or the fact that it’s so adaptable as a design tool, but we just love having glass
around.

After more than 20 years in the business, it seems like a lot of Calgary homeowners agree. And so, we’d
like to share four great ways to add glass to your home remodeling project:

With glass shower doors. Not only are glass shower doors safe and easy to clean, but they can give a
much nicer look than a simple curtain, or a door made from other materials. If you haven’t had glass in
your shower before, then you don’t know what you’re missing.

Through glass tabletops. If you are used to having a wood dining or side table, then glass is going to
represent a different look and feel, to be sure. But it can also greatly enhance the style of your room,
especially if you already have lots of stainless steel and/or neutral colors.

By using glass staircase railings. Visitors to our showroom will already know that we are fans of glass
staircase railings
, and why. They are futuristic and elegant all at once, while giving your home an open
look and adding a focal point to your staircase, which tends to draw attention anyway.

With a painted glass backsplash in kitchen. As we’ve written in the past, adding an artistic glass
backsplash to your kitchen is one of the best ways to create a truly one-of-a-kind central area in your
house. There isn’t a great way to describe these – you just have to see how wonderful they are for
yourself.

Have questions about glass, or looking for some new design ideas? Stop down at the Calgary House of
Mirrors show room, and we’ll be happy to answer anything we can.

Written by Greg Dunn. Visit Greg on Google+