There is a door in my dinning room which opens to my garden. I'm planning to replace that door with a sliding garden door. I don't want too much sunlight to enter the room. I just want the right amount of natural light in the room.
How do you think frosted glass will look on it? Or should I go for the tempered glass?
Hi concerning your new Garden doors they should already be tempered glass. Concerning frosted glass that is totally personal preference. You can always have a film installed on the clear glass after they are installed there are companies that can give you many different options with films that are squeegeed over top of your glass to get the look you want as well as the sunlight you desire. Hope this helps you out
Tempered glass does not block any light, it's just the process that allows the glass to crumble instead of break into shards. Frosted glass is nice but can be very expensive. As the gentlemen above mentioned, a door with a mini blind inset in the glass may be a an option?
I prefer tempered glass since it opens to your garden and it is private, this way you can enjoy looking at your garden while sitting in the dining room. Adding a curtain or blinds on your window will give you control over the amount of sunlight to your dining room.
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