Glass Partitions Are Cooler Than Solid Walls. Here’s Why

In modern interiors, many homeowners are opting to break or blur the boundaries between different living spaces to create the illusion of space. The popular ways to do this include replacing walls with glass screens, or to create large ‘windows’ on the walls between rooms.

Check out these seven ideas which feature these chic ‘see-through walls’ and you’ll understand why it adds a stylish factor to any one’s room.

1. Full length sliding glass doors were installed between the study and living area, as well as to separate the master bedroom bathroom and the room itself. While the former gives it a chic, modern feel, the latter creates an illusion of a bigger room.

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Interior Designer: Fuse Concept
Location: Ghim Moh Link
Cost of renovation for entire apartment: $45,000

2. The designers knocked out parts of the wall to make space for large framed windows. The distinctions between the inner and outer areas are blurred and also make for a great way to feature an eclectic reading room.

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Interior Designer: Linear Space Concepts
Location: Fajar Road
Cost of renovation for entire apartment: $75,000

3. The designers boldly removed most of the wall of one room and replaced it with glass doors and windows. Outlined with black frames, the result is modern and oh-so-chic in this bright, airy apartment.

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Interior Designer: Fuse Concept
Location: Sengkang
Cost of renovation for entire apartment: $50,000

4. The wall to the bedroom was entirely removed and in its place, a glass screen with a swing door was built. This makes the entire space look so much bigger, but is only recommended if privacy is not a big concern for you.

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Interior Designer: Wee Studio
Location: UE Square
Cost of renovation for entire apartment: $110,000

5. Another design that removes the distinction between the living room and bedroom, the wide glass divider allows the light from the huge windows to permeate and lit up the room that is further away from the windows. The wide glass divider also complements the clean and clutter-free look.

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Interior Designer: Chapter One Interior Design
Location: Lakepoint Condo
Cost of renovation for entire apartment: $49,000

6. The designers installed black-framed glass windows between the kitchen and living area to brighten up the dark interiors of the vintage industrial-styled apartment. A glass dining table is used to contrast the dark and sombre look.


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Interior Designer: Dyel Design
Location: Jurong West
Cost of renovation for entire apartment: $80,000

7. By hacking away a wall and installing a glass screen between the study/wardrobe area and bedroom, the designers made the space private from guests, but not for the owners.

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Interior Designer: Quirky Idees
Location: Upper Serangoon Crescent
Cost of renovation for entire apartment: $41,000

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