The interior glass roof offers many possibilities for a kitchen with a workshop, industrial decor or to insert a retro note. Take inspiration from our 8 ideas of kitchen decor to benefit from the charm and the luminosity of a glass roof for a top kitchen!
Written on 06/17/2016
With a glass roof, the kitchen has never been so trendy and pleasant to live in! For our greatest happiness, the canopy is available in all types of kitchens: Open kitchen , semi open, ideal in a workshop-style kitchen, industrial or retro style, adopt the canopy interior to circulate the brightness in your rooms, separate the kitchen from the living room without partitioning or to delimit with style your space! Déco Cool has carefully selected hyper-crunchy photos to help you create a glass kitchen that will bring real cachet to your interior.
A black kitchen fitted with an interior glass roof
Better than installing a glass roof in the kitchen to separate it while opening it onto the corridor! A significant gain in brightness in this black kitchen semi-open to the living room where the glass roof was installed just above the worktop [ 19459014] black lacquered and decorated with industrial suspensions.
A large kitchen separated from the living room by an interior glass roof
© Chorizo and Chantilly
Workshop spirit for this glass kitchen overlooking the living room. Thanks to the glass roof fitted around the kitchen, the space seems doubly enlarged and the light easily passes through the two rooms. A much more decorative solution than a traditional partition for an ultra stylish and friendly interior.
Retro decor with glass roof in a semi-open kitchen to the living room
For fans of retro cuisine, this example of canopy is for you! Tastefully combined with industrial lighting and an anthracite gray piece of furniture with a wooden worktop, the white glass roof brilliantly underlines the retro aspect of this small kitchen overlooking the living room.
A white kitchen decorated with an interior glass roof
© Crazy Mary
The glass roof brings real cachet to this kitchen open to the dining room. With whitewashed parquet floors, natural tones and a wooden canopy painted white reminiscent of the interior of the kitchen and that of the dining room, this kitchen is resplendent with light and old world charm!
A workshop-style glass kitchen
In this workshop-style kitchen, part of the wall has been replaced by a glass roof in order to gain interior brightness while keeping a separation between the kitchen and the entrance hall. A hyper-decorative layout reinforced by an ultra-stylish glass door.
Separate the living room from the kitchen with an interior glass roof
Here is a stuffed layout of charm with a glass roof separating the cozy living room from the long kitchen. The brightness is preserved and the glass roof classically highlights the decor of this pretty apartment to the delight of our eyes.
Wide angle on the entrance while cooking thanks to the installation of an interior glass roof in this small white kitchen with wooden worktop. A bright and ultra-pleasant kitchen, enough to spend whole days in the kitchen!