Custom tinted glasses are must-haves for 2019 interior design, and we couldn’t be more excited. Tinted glass is the perfect way to add ambiance to a room, whether you’re cooling an otherwise sunny area with gray tints or adding some flavor with a bright accent hue. Tints are wonderful additions for those who constantly need change because they change throughout the day, depending on the natural and artificial light in the room Here are a few ways that you can incorporate this hot new trend into your home.
Add a Pop of Color
White, gray, and neutral wood are all making a comeback. If you have a modern, minimalist living room, a beautiful way to tie it together is with a colorful accent piece. Why not try a rose-tinted clear dry erase board, or a few red, avant-garde small glass top tables?
Alternatively, your boho living space may have so much “look” going that it’s hard to add in another piece of furniture. You need a neutral centerpiece. Rather than going for a clear glass coffee table, adding in a piece with neutral tinted glass panels adds a bit of quirky you-ness without drawing attention away from the rest of the room. Try an experimental design with a gray-tinted round glass side table. You can also ground your decor with some dark accents, such as a black glass table or some opaque floating glass shelves.
Invest in One of a Kind Designs
Of course, most of us don’t have exclusively minimalist or exclusively bohemian tastes. When your tastes lie somewhere in the middle, where you don’t-know-what-you’re-looking-for- but-you’ll-know-it-when-you-see-it, custom tinted glasses may be your best option. Having control over the size, shape, style, warmth, and tone of your glass table allows you to experiment in order to create the perfect piece.
There are no rules in interior design. If you want tinted tables to match your favorite team’s colors for game day, who are we to stop you? If you want to build a room around a green-tinted table, we’re all for it. Don’t be afraid to experiment and play with color and design. Your home should look like your home, not anyone else’s.