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Glass Splashbacks


Glass Splashbacks | 18 April 2021

Glass splashbacks have many wonderful properties, however one of the biggest benefits of opting for glass over tiles  is their easy-clean qualities. In addition to worktops, it’s quite often the first element that’s noticed when walking into a kitchen, so designers are keen to make it count. Kitchen splashbacks are a key decision in a project as vertical surfaces carry significant design weight and there is a real appetite to experiment at the moment. We’re seeing artwork installed behind glass and resin bronze as well as wallpapers.

Opt for a graphic print or photo imaging on a glass splashback to make an impact. Use it to create a feature wall in a neutral kitchen scheme and it will instantly make your sink area stand out from the rest of your kitchen. Once installed and sealed, clean with regular household products. Make sure to regularly buff your polished stone after cleaning to maintain the shine.

Use your glass splashback to make a statement that will sing out against a white backdrop. Choose a smooth glossy surface if you have a modern kitchen. Think carefully about colour. A splashback that looks great in a showroom many not appear the same under the lights you have at home, so ask for a sample to compare.

Give your glass splashback an extra dimension by using low-iron toughened glass. For glass with a smart twist, add illumination. Add a slim prefabricated frame for LEDs. Opt for lighting that will change from cool white light when you’re cooking to ambient warm tones when you’re dining or relaxing afterwards.

Who said a kitchen should be neutral? A lime green sleek glass splashback adds a touch of fresh colour to this grey and white kitchen while sticking to the ultramodern style of the units and worktop.

Using a swatch of luxury wallpaper, fabric or a painted pattern is an easy way to inject colour and life into a kitchen design. Covered with toughened glass, making sure it’s low iron to avoid a greenish tinge. Alternatively, keep wallpaper completely moisture-free, and prevent it from coming away from the wall, by sandwiching between two sheets of glass.

Kitchen splashbacks are a perfect example of how kitchen planning and interior design have become intertwined. Lifted from a purely practical role – it is, after all, about protecting the walls from hob and sink splashes.

All of our glass splashback products are made-to-measure, meaning you can have a glass splashback that fits perfectly in to your space. This stunning kitchen above combines two of 2021’s biggest trends, Graphite Grey, and Antique Mirror. This elegant look is sure to withstand the test of time.

Decking Glass Balustrades


Decking Glass Balustrades London | 11 April 2021

Domestic or commercial, internal or external – our popular Glass Balustrades are the perfect solution to bring modern class and clean design to your project. 

Traditional garden fencing consists of concrete or wood uprights which are securely embedded into the ground. The fence panels are then inserted or attached to the uprights. Solid fence panels are ideal for separating gardens between two properties giving you a good level of privacy and security. Trellis style panels are great for dividing different areas of your garden while still allowing light through. Glass garden partitions offer a stylish way to provide privacy, shelter from wind and create attractive borders.

Achieve structure and multiple levels in the garden with glass walls and glass balustrades without interrupting views or interfering with the aesthetics of the planting. Glass garden partitions are excellent for zoning and creating boundaries which blend harmoniously into the areas of sunshine and greenery, light and shade.

Glass garden partitions are a stylish way to provide privacy, shelter from wind and create attractive borders. Ideal for both the home garden as well as terraces and patios for bars, hotels and leisure centres these innovative products will help you to make the most of your outdoor space.

GH Interior Glass has been providing glass solutions for over 25 years and is a leading supplier and manufacturer of glass garden partitions. Clear, frosted, etched or safety glass allow you to create modern borders that create a stylish alternative to traditional options. If your garden, terrace or patio has a great view then glass partitions let you continue to enjoy it.

Our balustrades allow light to flow freely and offer illusions of spaciousness. Simple to install and easy to maintain, they can truly transform any interior or exterior project.

Glass Partitions London


Glass Partitions London | 6 April 2021

Frameless glass partitions are a great way to enhance your office. By separating work areas and still allowing natural light to pass from room to room, glass partitions will give a spacious feel to your work environment.

GH Interior Glass can create effective work spaces for you and your team. From meeting rooms, private offices and break out spaces. We can accommodate projects from single screens to full fit out. Beautifully designed and cleverly engineered, our stunning partitioning systems also achieve unbeatable acoustic ratings.

Glass partitions from GH Interior Glass are the sophisticated, aesthetic statement of modernity. Glass room dividers fulfill the need for privacy yet complement a feeling of space with visual continuity. The glass walls modules are held by clear dry joints creating seamless contours. Lighting and creative manifestations such as pictures, and colour palettes add style and panache to the final design. Combinations of structural components produce a unique, flexible and technologically advanced environment.

The advantages of ease of installation of glass partitions make them the obvious choice for glass room dividers in modern homes. Property owners refurbishing their homes with glass partitions create an attractive environment for living.

Designing partitions to transform a studio into a one bedroom flat whilst maintaining a light and airy modern feeling. Sleeping and living areas can be separated, a dark kitchen opened up, a home office created or a large space divided up inside a barn. In new buildings, the head and floor track can be concealed in grooves or in older ones a minimalistic effect can be obtained by coating the head and wall channels to match the ceiling and walls. Replacing a solid dividing partition with a glass partition creates instant light and spacious feeling whilst still maintaining separation. At GH Interior Glass, we will tailor the glass partition to suit the amount of natural light, corporate identity, fire and safety procedures, and your total budget. We offer a free estimate where we identify and show you the best way of utilising glass partitions in your space, so feel free to contact us for an initial consultation.

Internal Glass Sliding Doors


Internal Glass Sliding Doors | 1 April 2021

The glass sliding door is a unique horizontal opening solution. Whenever someone enters your home or a room within your home, the very first thing they see is the door, and often this sets the mood for what lies beyond the threshold. Internal Sliding Glass Doors are extravagant and stylish additions to your home and exude class and finesse. We have a variety of glass finishes available for your next interior sliding door, from frosted glass to laminate glass, and glass doors with grooves within.

There are a variety of space saving doors that allow you extra space in your home, but sliding doors are the ones that are able to maximise your space completely. Essentially, these doors operate without a hinge so they sit on a track instead of swinging open like standard doors. Thanks to this feature, no extra space is required due to the process of the sliding doors – they open up by one door sliding over another panel.

Security is a valuable consideration when it comes to investing in doors, just like it is when you invest in a property, or a car for example. You need to ensure that the doors you invest in are made from the most premium quality so it prevents thieves and potential burglars to enter your home. You should look for sliding doors which feature incorporated gaskets and aluminium seals. As well as this, a hook over locking mechanism is a sensible choice as it prevents the sliding leaf from being lifted out of it’s frame.

When investing in doors, you need to determine how energy efficient they actually are and what you can do to improve this throughout your home. We all like to keep our homes warm when the winter season hits, so we’re not racking up the heating bill. This applies to the summer season too; we ensure our home stays cool so we don’t feel like we’re living in a real life house oven. There are sliding doors that are fitted with composite gaskets, and these are what offer optimal thermal insulation. This ultimately is a weather and sound barrier where it keeps out drafts, dust, rain and sound.

Thanks to the large glass panels on sliding doors that run from the top to the bottom of each panel, it maximises the amount of daylight that can shine through. Natural light is no doubt, a major benefit to us provided by nature itself. By increasing our home’s exposure to the sun with windows and doors, it not only creates a warmer, happier atmosphere in the home, but a more sustainable one too!

The majority of homeowners are looking for clarity, transparency, and light for their rooms. Besides these benefits, it is always the modern look that the sliding glass doors bring with them when installing in any property.