Main advantages of installing glass partitions in your kitchen

Eliminate visual barriers for more living space

Doing without walls or solid partitions gives a sense of greater space and allows a better use of the available living square meters. Thus, installing sliding glass doors generates the perception of more available space.

So, *Why not to take advantage of the kitchen’s space to increase our feeling of space? *Getting rid of the walls between the kitchen and the living rooms generates more interior space and favours visual continuity as well as greater spatial quality.

Cross ventilation

Fume extraction and correct ventilation are two key elements to comply with any kitchen regulations. Sliding doors and their easy movement favours cross ventilation.

Increasing the usable surface area of the kitchen

Sliding doors allows you to better use the available space in your home. A sliding glass partition will allow you to gain up to 8% more interior space compared to a hinged or pivoting door.

The spatial configuration of our home is synonymous with comfort. In addition, deleting conventional partitions gives us a greater sense of depth and greater use of the total space.

Having more natural light in our home not only allows us to save more light, but also allows us to take advantage of the benefits of natural light during more hours of the day.

The installation of sliding glass doors in the kitchen makes even more sense if we want to benefit from the properties of well-being architecture. And it is that sunlight brings us numerous benefits in terms of health.

We are experts in designing and manufacturing interior systems aimed at partitioning interiors. If you are working on a renovation or projecting a kitchen’s space division and still have doubts about the sliding door system that best fits, do not hesitate to [/en-uk/contact]. KLEIN architects will advise you so that you can get the most out of the configuration of your kitchen renovation or project.

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