Shower Doors: Frosted Glass, Stained Glass and Other Decorative Ideas

Three Types of Kitchen Designers Who Might Prefer A Glass Splashback

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A glass splashback can offer a sleek, stylish finish to any modern kitchen, so it’s unsurprising that many Australians now choose this material over other finishes. A glass splashback can work well in any kitchen, but some kitchen designers would find this material particularly attractive. Here are three of them. The artist The sleek, seamless panel of a glass splashback lacks the grooves and lines that may come with tiles and other kitchen materials.…

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Three Unusual Ways To Use Glass Tiles In Your Home

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Glass tiles have been a popular choice for kitchen splashbacks for years, and they’re increasingly common in bathrooms - where they can add a dash of much-needed colour. There’s no reason to limit your use of glass tiles to just those rooms, though - they’re a great way to mix things up in almost any part of your home. Hallways, entryways and corridors Art glass mosaics can be a stunning addition to any space in your home that might otherwise be neglected.…

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DIY: Repairing a Wooden Frame Broken Window

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Repairing windows is not as difficult as it may sound to some. If you have broken window glass and you’re worried about having to spend money on getting it repaired, look no further because here’s your detailed guide on repairing windows. Tools Needed A measuring tape to take measurements to buy a new glass. Paint scraper to remove any glue or sash Putty knife to remove putty. Hammer to hammer the nails into the frame Eight to ten nails or glazing points Hand gloves for protection against cuts that may be caused by the broken glass Safety goggles to protect your eyes Measuring the Glass…

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