2015 March 12

Glass blocks in the interior isn’t a massively used solution (at least in Lithuania) because for a lot of people who create associations with the Soviet period, schools, etc. I’d recommend not to compare them with the past and to estimate block benefit and abundance of the usage opportunities.

It’s a very firm material which can be compared to bricks, it’s easy to take after and it transmits light, it also gives uniqueness due to its texture, appearance and possible colors. Glass blocks can be used in a bathroom instead of a shower enclosure, in any room instead of a window or a partition, also in public rooms such as restaurants, hotels and offices.

I’ve been looking for suitable examples for a long time because a lot of them have already got old morally and it’s meant to show that glass blocks perfectly fit and in contemporary, especially, Scandinavian interior!

pinterest.comoffice interior design

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domzpomyslem.plglass blocks in the kitchen

houseofsilver-jeanette.blogspot.comideas for shower

yatzer.comloft windows

pinterest.comglass bricks wall

admagazine.ruyellow glass blocks

admagazine.ruglass wall in bathroom

Here you see the usage in ceiling, probably not everyone could notice that but the effect is indeed noticeable.

urdesign.itceiling solutions restaurant

kitchen glass

pinterest.comscandinavian style bathroom

retaildesignblog.netrestaurant interior design

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Evelina

My name is Evelina Aleliūnienė. I'm founder of this blog and interior designer. Writing this blog helps me while doing this kind of job and is a great bundle of beautiful ideas for you!

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