Indoor Railing and Glass Balustrade Inspiration
In this blog, we look at the various ways that glass balustrades and railings are used indoors to modernise various domestic and commercial spaces. We are taking you through three examples of indoor balustrades. We will explain to you where they can be used, which systems can be used and which systems we recommend.
Our glass balustrade systems are used as bannisters in both commercial and domestic settings. We believe all of our glass balustrade systems work for a project like this, however, this particular job uses our Professional glass balustrade system, in a commercial showroom.
We recommend using either our Glass Button balustrade system, our Professional System or our Square Tube glass balustrade system. All of these systems apart from the Square Tube come with the option of side fitting which is a valuable option when going upstairs. It adds a clean and smooth finish to your bannister without interrupting the flow of the stairs.
You could also use our glass balustrade systems for mezzanine floor balconies. The system above and below is our Frameless glass balustrade system that can come with a top rail if requested.
We would recommend our Frameless system as it allows light to flow through the room and opens the room up.
Indoor Swimming Pools
We also offer glass balustrades as a guard for your swimming pool. The photograph above displays our professional system separating the pool and Jacuzzi areas of this pool room. We recommend the Mirror polish for Stainless Steel balustrade in swimming pool areas.
We recommend using any of the following systems: Clarion, Spigot, Elegance or Professional. Our Clarion and Spigot systems offer maximum visibility. While our Elegance and Professional offer an optional glass gate.
All of our glass balustrade systems are made with either Toughened or Toughened Laminated safety glass.