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Owl Design added this to How to Boost Natural Light in Your Home1 September 2019

Choose a wall that’s not solidYou don’t have to block out light when creating room divides. Crittall-style glass walls are a fantastic way of dividing a room while still letting the light through. You can also use glass blocks as a dividing wall, which won’t let as much light through but will create more privacy. For bedrooms, consider the hi-tech option of switchable glass, which changes from opaque to translucent at the flick of a switch.Considering glass doors? Check out what Crittall-style windows have to offer

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Karen Wilson added this to Bring in the Glamour of the Jazz Age With Art Deco Interiors24 August 2019

Opt for Crittall windowsWhile their origins go back to 1849, these iconic steel windows became associated with Art Deco style in the 1920s and 1930s as their sleek industrial feel chimed with the movement’s ethos. These windows can also suit homes built in the mid 20th century as well as contemporary new builds to incorporate just a hint of the Deco era. They make a striking design detail when used, as above, as partitioning between rooms.Take a look at more staircase designs

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Janet Dunn added this to Big Revelation: The Importance of Negative Space8 January 2018

Architectural emphasisThere are dozens of inventive ways to use that tricky space under the stairs. It may be the answer to your storage woes – or a chance for negative space to work its magic. This homeowner resisted the urge to accessorise the niche or hang artwork in the stairwell. Instead, light showcases the negative space surrounding the serrated edges of the stairs to form a fabulous architectural sculpture.Alternatively, negative space can de-emphasise architectural features that you don’t wish to draw attention to, such as awkward angles or a too-high ceiling. When you offer plenty of visual interest at floor level, hardly anybody looks upward.If you’re interested in under-stair storage, here are some ideas

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julia_heiman17 added this to New House!!17 September 2021

interior window for home office

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Dom Gagarin added this to My ideas26 June 2021

Glazing between living and dining