Glass, especially textured glass, is experiencing a revival in interior design, adding a touch of sophistication to any room. From glass partitions to candle holders, this versatile material is making a bold statement in contemporary interiors. With a history dating back thousands of years, glass has long been revered for its beauty and functionality. Today, glass is celebrated for its ability to create an illusion of space, allowing natural light to flow freely and visually expanding smaller areas. By incorporating glass elements, you can add depth, luminosity, and a touch of modernity to any space.

In this mood board created for our Atlanta medical aesthetics clinic project, we’ve incorporated amber reeded glass partitions that strategically allow soft ambient light to gently filter through.

Clockwise from Top: IKEA LINDBYN MirrorKohler Purist 1.2 GPM Wall Mounted Widespread Bathroom Faucet in Matte Black available from, Vintage Short Double Head Creative Homestay Wall Light in Beige available from Homdiy, Surface Mount Bowl Basin in Clay from nood co., Zia Tile Burnt Sugar 2X6 Rectangle ZelligeRocio Chair-Knoll Sand available from France & Son, Vault Side Table available from Anthropologie, Four Hands Angora Cowhide Animal Print Area Rug in Natural available from Perigold, Sherwin Williams Natural Linen

For our Blue Ridge new residential build in the North Georgia mountains, a glass partition provides discreet separation. By incorporating this transparent element, we maintain an open and airy feel while delineating distinct areas of functionality.

Clockwise from Top Left: Bedrosians Makoto 2″ Round Matte Porcelain Mosaic Tile in Midori GreenLinear Round Jointed Wall Mount Shower Arm And Flange8” H2Okinetic® Round Multi-Function Wall Mount Showerhead, and Pressure Balance Valve Only Trim in Brilliance Luxe Steel available from Brizo, West Elm Sarah Sherman Samuel Wave Mirror, Dutton Brown Color Cap Sconce in Spa, Kohler Brazn® Rectangular Undermount Bathroom Sink, Brizo Widespread Lavatory Faucet with Low Spout and Single-handle Freestanding Tub Filler in Brilliance Luxe Steel, Madeline Freestanding Soaking Bathtub available from West Elm

In the lobby of our Atlanta medical aesthetics clinic commercial project, we’ve used a combination of glass blocks and paned glass wall partitions. These architectural features not only allow natural light to penetrate deeper into the space but also contribute to its overall modern and sophisticated aesthetic.

Clockwise from Top Left: Stahl + Band Echo Sconce, Seves 3″ Thinline Alpha Clear Glass Block, Cambria Blackpool Matte, Sub-Zero 24″ Designer Undercounter Refrigerator/FreezerMarco FRIIA Hot/Cold/Sparkling Water System from Voltage Coffee Supply, Sherwin Williams Natural Linen, Soho Home Bryden Counter StoolContemporary Pendant Lamp ‘U’ in Terracotta/Brown available from 1st Dibs, Cambria Fieldstone

Here are some of our recent glass decor favorites that celebrate this trend. Feel free to explore and let us know how you incorporate glass accessories into your home!

Clockwise from Top Left: Flourish Bookend available from 1st Dibs, Simon Pearce Echo Lake Gather Lamp, Bossuet Vase Colorless & Green by Driade, Borek Sipek available from 1st Dibs, Eileen Gray End Table in Chrome available from Room & Board, Claste Where We First Met Bench in Ultra Clear Glass with Pink Onyx Marble Slab available from 1st Dibs, Boboli Glass Watering Can available from MoMA Design Store, Simon Pearce Barre Glass Modern Clear Glass Round Table Clock available from Kathy Kuo Home, Match Cloche by Skeem in Smoke available from Lulu and Georgia