How Can You Enjoy Your Living Room Anew

blog-112-225x300 How Can You Enjoy Your Living Room Anew

Doing a renovation in the home can make a hole in your pocket, but choosing to do a makeover can do wonders! Using the most popular material in the market today, making your home elegant and beautiful does not have to cost you as much.

You have a couch, coffee table, and perhaps some display cases or heirloom tables and shelves to store your albums and books. Hardwood was for years, the way to go for homes to look beautiful; however, trees are not going to be there forever unless we change our ways.

Glass had been found to be as useful as wood in some cases and utilising this can make your home stylish and classy at the same time.

Living The Good Life

Your wooden coffee table in the living area can be changed to glass. Perhaps you have a really nice hardwood, protect it with a glass table top! Heirloom display corner or side tables can either be replaced with glass table top or protected with glass. Either way, you had chosen the practical and elegant choice!

Bulky book and display cases can be replaced by shelving and incorporated with LED lights to give your living room a dramatic and modern feel when the lights are dimmed. Match it with backlit glass splashbacks that do the trick!

It’s All About Glass

Glass is all about safety, elegance, and hygiene. Using safety glass, you and your family are assured that serious injuries are not likely to occur.

Fashionable with its inherent beauty and adaptability, it gives an air of opulence in the room. Glass is the hygienic choice as it is easy to clean with a spray and cleaning solution, and wiping it off (with the added benefit of moulds not to grow on it).

Are you ready to do the makeover? Get in touch with the most trusted name in professional glazing industry and get a free measure and quote. Call Jim’s Glass at 131 546 today!

Phillip-Mauviel-Jims-Glass How Can You Enjoy Your Living Room Anew

Divisional General Manager – Jim’s Glass (Australia)
Board Member – Australian Glass & Glazing Association
President – Glass & Glazing Association of South Australia