We don’t always get to enjoy having a lot of space in our homes and offices. And as you are well aware, this can give you a headache trying to organize your space. That is not the only problem you might have with your room. Sometimes you might need to break up a large space. You can count on room dividers to solve either of the issues.

Room dividers are used in corporate spaces, houses, and even hotels to elegantly provide privacy for the occupants. They are also effective options for organizing your space and increasing professionalism. They come in a variety of sizes, styles, and materials, allowing you to choose one that best suits your interior. If you look around, you will notice that most room dividers are made of frosted glass. There are good reasons why.

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Why Frosted Glass instead of other materials?

Frosted glass is the most recommended material for room divider screens, and here are the reasons why.

  1. Increased privacy

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Room dividers can be made of laser-cut plastic, wood, canvas, and many other materials. However, if you are looking for a material that will provide you with the privacy you need, then the frosted glass would be it. They come in many patterns, and you can choose depending on the level of privacy you need. Unlike most other materials, frosted glass can also dampen sound, going a step further by providing you the privacy

  1. Increased brightness

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As you are aware, employees are more productive when they are working in a well-lit space. Materials such as wood are entirely opaque and block natural light from illuminating all corners of the office. The beauty of frosted glass dividers is that they provide privacy, and at the same time, allow adequate light through. Increased brightness will also make your office space airier.

  1. Easy to incorporate into your interior design

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Regardless of whether it is at the office or home, it is easy for a frosted room divider to blend in with your interior. Remember that glass works well with any style of design. A corporate logo can be incorporated into your custom cut room divider; it could come with your corporate colors, and so on.

To top it up, there is probably no material that match up to the elegance of frosted glass room dividers.

One of the best things about frosted glass room dividers is that you can design them for yourself with a few tools and the following guide.

 Tools and Materials you will need

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  • Glue
  • Screw
  • Anchor
  • Drill
  • Tape measure
  • Custom cut Frosted Glass
  • Head screwdriver
  • Pencil  
  • Steel or wooden bifold frame
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Steps to build Privacy Room Divider Screen

Working with a bifold frame will save you a lot of work and make your entrance and exit from the secluded space easy. The custom cut glass will also save you the trouble of cutting the glass. With the materials ready, all you need to do is assemble the glass in the frame. Remember, the size of the frame and glass will depend on how big you want your room divider to be. Ensure that the glass you order will fit into the frame. With that, you should consider getting the frame first so that you may establish the size of the glass panels you will need.

  1. Install the frame on the wall

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Your work has been made a lot easier, and all you need to do is take the measuring tape and measure and mark the points on the wall you will be screwing the hinges on the bi-fold frame. Drill a hole into the wall where you have marked with your pencil, then install the anchors. The anchors will help in holding the hinges and the frame in place. Once you are done installing the anchors, you can attach the wooden frame’s hinges and secure it with the screws.

  1. Install the glass

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By now, your frame should be up and sturdy, and the only thing that would be left to do is install the glass. Fit the glass blocks into the frame and use the glue to secure them.

  1. Give the adhesive time to dry

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Ensure that you have adequately applied the adhesive and give it time to dry. Avoid touching the divider during this time so that it dries well, and the glass stays in place.

As you have seen. Installing a glass room divider is an easy job. This is one of the simplest glass room divider DIY projects you can work on. Other glass divider projects you can work on include a room divider on wheels or frameless glass on a roller track.

Where to buy Custom Cut Glass for this DIY project?

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Remember that your DIY glass room divider project will only be as good as the quality of glass you will use for the project. Therefore, you need to be very particular about the manufacturer you choose to supply you with the material. Confidently order custom cut glass for your project. 

They have a fantastic collection of frosted glass that will enhance the privacy of your home or office, and at the same time, enhance a room’s elegance. 

The purchase process for this manufacturer is also very simple. You can make your purchase online by selecting the specifications you want your glass to come with and putting your order on the cart. You will have your product on your doorstep in perfect shape. Use the DIY guide above to install your glass room divider. You are allowed to get creative and use frames other than those of wooden materials.