Modern rooms with glass block
Did you know that the glass block has been known since the beginning of the 20th century? He was particularly popular in the Art Deco era and never actually went out of fashion until the 1980s, then made a big comeback with the revival of Art Deco. The glass block offers style and private space.
Actually, he lets the light through, that's his biggest positive feature and that's why it's so popular with designers and builders. Of course, also with the homeowners!
Today we want to show you 20 modern rooms, which are equipped with glass block and look so meaningful. This building material can be an addition to a number of different designs.
Bathroom with glass block - glass block detail in a modern shower
In this example, the glass block is ideal for this double shower. The room is full of light and the wavy glass obscures the details. The texture of the glass blocks gives even more appeal.
Glass brick fits in with many interiors, but it always surprises a bit when we see it in traditional eclectic spaces like this ladies' room.
Eclectic bathroom with glass brick detail
Old meets New in the next bathroom. The tiles look both vintage and modern, and the glass brick accentuates both styles. Absolutely fabulous, right?
A combination of vintage and modern details inside a glass block bathroom
You can get the maximum of glass block in a light and airy room. The transparency of the glass together with the white walls is really impressive.
The glass block makes of the modern bathroom a private room
Another example of glass block in bright interiors is this fresh look of marble and glass block in the picture below.
A bathroom with glass block and marble
This bathroom carries the atmosphere of the 80's with the peach-colored marble and diamond-shaped tile accents.
Bathroom with marble and glass brick details
Glass blocks and curved shapes are in harmony here. The glass blocks over the bath and the wooden accents make this room so impressive.
Modern white bathroom with glass block
We continue to focus on the really contemporary spaces with glass block. Shining surfaces and curvatures of the windows contrast with the straight lines and right angles in the room below.
Contemporary bathroom in New York with glass block
Curved shower area, white walls, interesting tiles in combination with glass block with cutting-edge design bring style to this house.
Curved shower area with glass block
The glass block can also be perfect for a tropical look, so it's stylishly used in Miami, Florida. But you do not necessarily have to live there to have a tropical bathroom with glass block and exotic plants.
Tropical bathroom with glass block
Glass block in the house
Are you ready to see glass block in other rooms? Let's start with the living room! In the 80's, many fascinating interiors were created through the combination of glass block, white walls, wooden flooring and colorful artwork. This look is really timeless. Below, we see a modern space with the magical four elements: glass block, white walls, wood floors and colorful artwork!
Living room with glass block
Your room is not supposed to be retro only because of glass block. This living room with sleek, contemporary design is decorated with geometric armchairs and poufs.
Glass block in a contemporary living room
Many sports centers of the 80's were furnished with glass block. The glass block is the perfect choice for this fitness room below.
Contemporary gym with glass block
Smooth and shiny. This is the next room with glass block. It goes well with contemporary lighting and furniture.
Bedroom with glass block
Glass block in the open space
Finally, we go outside for the possible application of glass block in the open space of the house. In this lush open space he determines the boundaries of the porch. Each block is framed so that the wall has an artistic look.
Glass block in the open space
Maybe you have not noticed how many new homes use this timeless building material in the open space. The reticulated pattern ideally decorates the lithe lines in the picture below.
Modern house with glass block windows
It's amazing how much the recycled glass blocks were used in this Austin, Texas home.
Glass block on the facade of a contemporary house
And is there anything more amazing than glass block flooring?
A house with glass block flooring
The last picture is a glass block circle on the floor. The floor lighting makes the element appear even more impressive at night.
Glass block on the floor
Do you have such popular rooms with glass block? Are they retro or modern, or a combination of both? Leave your comment below ...