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2024 Residential Glass Trends to Watch

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Residential glass is always evolving in aesthetic, technology, and fabrication. Here are a few 2024 residential glass trends to watch next year. Which ones are you most excited for?

Curved Glass – 2024 Residential Glass Trends

Glass can be custom fabricated into many different shapes. In 2024, expect to see interior designs that incorporate curved or bent glass surfaces. Curved glass makes a bold design statement, adding fluidity and interest to a space. Use curved glass in as a partition or incorporate it into furniture for a trendy look.

Bringing the Outside In

Bring the outside in with beautiful, seamless glass panels. Sliding doors, picture windows, and foldable glass doors can offer a panoramic view of your backyard while keeping you comfortable inside your home no matter the season. Look for large glass windows and doors in new construction this year.  

Lighting Within Glass

Lighting that is integrated with mirrors and other glass surfaces is a big trend in 2024. You may have stayed in a hotel with a bathroom mirror that featured integrated lighting. Now, this trend is coming to your home. The Glass Source team can help you source a mirror or glass panel with integrated lighting for your bathroom, hallway, or other space.

Acoustic Glass for Home Offices

Want to make the most of natural light and insulate your home office from the rest of the house? Acoustic glass is your solution. Acoustic glass is a popular choice for commercial office space, and now it is being used in homes to provide peace and quiet to home offices, music studios, and more.

Energy-Efficient Low-E Glass

Low-emissivity “Low-E” glass has been on the market for a few years now, and its popularity is predicted to continue to rise in 2024. Low-E glass reduces the amount of infrared and ultraviolet light that can pass through the panel, which saves you money on energy costs throughout the year. Look out for windows that include Low-E glass as energy-efficient upgrades to older windows.

These are just a few of the 2024 residential glass trends the Glass Source team expects to see next year. For expert help in window replacement and repair, auto glass replacement, and commercial glazing, contact Glass Source today.

2024 Residential Glass Trends
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