Going with glass doors for the basement is a stylish and practical way to redirect light into darkish hallways, or into any windowless room. When you replace your interior with glass doors, what you are designing is a more open basement with a better flow. Connecting two rooms with glass doors makes them appear larger, and you’ll have more natural light, which means you’ll be flipping that light switch less and saving on the electrical bill.
If you tend to lean towards darker interior color schemes, then removing a wall and installing French glass doors for the basement is an excellent way to brighten up your room without having to choose to a brighter shade of paint. French doors in particular have many different sizes of glass panes, which allows you to control exactly how much light you want to enter into any given room. Of course, our lighting experts are standing by to make the best glass panel size suggestions.
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