It may sound like an obvious thing to do, but if you want to look good indoors, you can paint your glass louvre door and window, and even a wall, to look glassy.
This simple technique takes a few seconds, and if done right, you’ll look good.
The key is to get your louvre window or window sill painted to look the same colour as the rest of the house, so that when you’re walking up the stairs and down the stairs, you look like you’re stepping out of a glass library.
To start, make sure you have the correct colour for your glass, which can be found in the cabinet.
Next, get a paint brush and apply it to your glass window or sill.
Paint on the outside and inside of the louvre to match the colours of your house, but do not let any of the paint bleed into your glass.
This will help you keep the colours as consistent as possible.
When finished, clean up any excess with a rag, or use a paintbrush to wipe any remaining paint off the glass.
To paint the louvee or window, start with the base and work your way down, using a brush to brush away the excess paint.
Then, apply the paint as far down the sides as you can get it.
Make sure the paint is a consistent shade of red, but don’t get too much of it, as it can stain your glass if you don’t use the right technique.
To finish off the louves, wipe any excess paint off with a damp cloth.