Of course, you want your glass wall to make a style statement and open your interiors to outdoor living spaces and views, but it’s also important that they keep your home safe and comfortable. All of the Kolbe’s sliding and folding doors have the ability to have both dual-pane and triple-pane glass installed within the panels. Along with several types of low emissivity (LoE) coatings, these units can be produced for maximized thermal performance in any region and with any desired performance, from the heating regions of the north to the cooling in the south. And, says Lance Premeau, LEED® Green Associate Product & Market Manager, Kolbe Windows & Doors, “There are areas in the United States that require window and door products to be impact-rated. This means that the units have passed rigorous testing protocol and can be used in areas ranging from the eastern seaboard, around Florida and along the Gulf Coast.”
Wall-to-wall windows allow for 180 degrees views of the mountains and lake from a plush, neutral sitting area with a fur throw and tufted ottoman. Glass railings on the balconies maintain the open feel.
There's an air of elegance in this gorgeous contemporary dining room. The pleasing look and texture of the frosted glass allows the room to be private or open. Teal and white patterned chairs are seated around the dark wood dining table lit by natural light from the windows and a drum chandelier hanging above.
Sliding glass doors fill the living room with natural light, making the space seem even more airy and inviting. They also create a seamless transition to the back patio, which the owners can enjoy by themselves or use as another entertaining area.
To allow the space to fully take advantage of the beautiful view and natural light, designers had an additional sliding glass door added to the master suite. This gives the space another balcony access point as well as highlights the simple, elegant design of the interior space.