Milbrook

Milbrook

Open Corner Glass Sliding Doors to Maximise Space

This incredible, large new build in Surrey includes the installation of open corner minimal windows® glass sliding doors to maximise living space.

This incredible, large new build in Surrey includes the installation of open corner minimal windows® glass sliding doors. Installing these sliding doors has enhanced and maximised the living spaces on the inside of the home as well as merging the two areas together, creating the perfect indoor-outdoor living space.

Using an open corner allows two walls of glass to be pushed back, creating even greater access to the outside. Four panes of glass have been used in the glass sliding doors alongside the kitchen and dining room areas with only two panes being used for the living room area. Both sets of slim framed glass sliding doors create floor-to-ceiling glass façades, giving the new build a contemporary aesthetic.

The design of this home has been cleverly thought out as the flooring in both the kitchen, dining and living room spaces is the same flooring used on the patio outdoors. This provides a seamless transition between the indoors and outdoors when these sliding glass doors are opened. By having step-free minimal windows®, there is easy access between the indoor and outdoor living spaces.

With a slim frame of only 21mm these doors help to maximise the natural light intake into the home as well as maximising the views of the garden for the family to enjoy from indoors.

Open Corner Doors:

Open corner minimal windows® sliding glass doors are the perfect solution to opening up your home, maximising space, natural light and ventilation. Open corner doors can also be made into hidden pocket doors to create a complete open wall space.

Step-Free Access:
minimal windows® sliding glass doors will vary dependent on each project as the number of glass panes will change as well as whether a step is needed. Having step-free sliding doors are very popular as you are able to create an easy access route between spaces and create a seamless transition between the indoors and outdoors.

Inside Out Homes:

This home will be featured on the next series of Inside Out Homes presented by architect Zac Munro. Minimal windows have also been featured on a number of projects within this series thanks to their minimal framing and flush no frame base details. Keep a look out for minimal windows.