Glass Floors


The glass floor is a rather original design decision because it surprises with its luxury and originality. Like any material, glass has its own characteristics, which determine its strengths and weaknesses as a floor covering. In this article, we will look at the main pros and cons of the glass floor.
A Transparent Blue Glass Floor
A Blue Glass Floor

Disadvantages. The main disadvantage of the glass floor is the high price compared to other materials. In addition, it is not recommended to mount such a floor on your own due to the fragility and high weight of the material. If you are thinking about the choice of the mirrored floor, consider that the reflective effect may cause discomfort for some people. On the mirrored coating, dirt and traces of water will be clearly visible, so this floor requires regular cleaning.

A Transparent Green Glass Floor
A Transparent Green Glass Floor 

Advantages. A glass floor covering can visually expand the space and fill the room with light. In addition, it will give the room an expensive and luxurious look. You can choose any color and texture of glass. For example, it can be matte and color, gradient glossy or even from an antique mirror. Glass is not afraid of moisture at all, the possibility of a fungus is minimized. Due to the water-repellent properties of such a floor, dirt is easily washed off. It is difficult enough to scratch glass, and since laminated glass is used to make floors, you will not be able to break the installed floor accidentally.


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