Glass panes and glazing used in the interior doors of INVADO are not just used for decorative purposes – they are also practical, admitting additional light into your space.
Don’t be afraid to reveal what hides behind closed doors
If your interior doors are primarily decorative or are supposed to silence the noise from the
next room or stop the cold temperature from getting inside (e.g., in a draught lobby or entrance room), you might want to choose glazing that lets people see what happens behind closed doors. This way, your doors can form a sort of a connection between the two spaces instead of simply separating them. They make the interiors seem more airy, at the same time separating the individual parts of your home.
Gone are the times when glazed doors were something to be avoided in the bedroom or bathroom. You no longer have to give up on that bright, airy look provided by glazed doors in spaces
where you want to feel private. All you have to do is pick glass with more distinct engraving or frosted satinato glass, which makes it quite impossible to see what happens on the other side.
Advantages of glazing
Glazing not only makes your interiors seem more airy, but it also admits light between the rooms. It is a very practical solution. You can immediately see if the bathroom is occupied, and it becomes much more difficult for you to leave the light on for the whole day. Also, children and anyone who doesn’t feel comfortable sleeping in total darkness will certainly enjoy the gentle glow of the glazing when the room they sleep in is dark.
Panes and glazing used in INVADO interior doors are made of 8-mm tempered glass, which is 7 times more resistant to breaking than conventional glass. Also, even when it cracks – which, however, is extremely unlikely – it shatters into small pieces, with safe, rounded edges. That is why you can easily install doors with glass panes or glazing in apartments or homes with small children.