We’ve all seen how amazing steel-framed doors can look when used as glazing donning a new extension (if only I could go back in time and use them in my own project!). They fit with any interior style, from Scandi, industrial to the classic-contemporary. So if, like me, you love the look but can’t justify ripping out your exterior wall to get it – then perhaps some of these ideas will help conciliate you. Did you know you can use steel-framed doors inside too?
The look of steel-framed glazing and interior products have most likely been inspired by Crittall – the company probably best known for steel windows. It has operated for nearly 200 years, which shows why this type of glazing works well in historic refurbishments and restorations.
The steel-framed look has become so popular in fact, that it’s spread to our interiors. From room dividers – perfect for creating a broken-plan scheme; shower screens – great for an edgy feel; to mirrors and cabinetry as a small nod to the style.
They can also feature anything from a thick, chunky frames, to a more minimalist aesthetic.
So, if you fancy introducing this versatile style into your home, why not check out some of these ideas…
Steel-framed door ideas for the bathroom…
If you’re looking to create a contemporary look in your bathroom, look no further than steel-framed inspired designs.
There are shower screens on the market that replicate the well-known glazing, which go perfectly with black bath mixers and taps – which are also very much on trend.
Or, instead of using it as a shower screen, create a stud wall from the glazing – creating a luxurious walk-in shower area.
Steel-framed door ideas for the kitchen-dining-living room…
Having steel-framed glazing in an open-plan space can really help break up the room into dedicated areas – perfect for more flexible, broken-plan living.
Or, why not include an entire wall of mirrors to help reflect light and make the space feel bigger?