Welcome to the Clear Hue Interior Design Glass Projects Gallery. These are some of our recent interior design glass projects that we’d like to share with you and hope that you’ll share with others. For each projet we include the Customer, the Design Intent, Our Recommendation and the Result.
The client wanted privacy and without having to sacrifice valuable light that gave them that ‘open’ feeling. Something with a little flare that matched their recently remodeled office.Our Recommendation:
A 4 ft. frosted band for privacy, allowing light to pass through for that open feeling, and a 10″ Clear Hue Flame Clear Color band 1 in. below the frost that complemented the orange accents in the carpet.The Result
A simple – affordable interior design add-on that looks AMAZING!
Our airport client wanted their new traveler lounge to reflect the area’s beauty and history by using wall graphics to represent the topgraphy and aesthetics of the region. For glass finishes they wanted to add some privacy and to display the samples of the workings of our nation’s founders that called Charlottesville home.Our Recommendation:
We chose printed films to highlight Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and James Monroe hand-written letter to each other. The real anchor of the room is the opening paragraph of the Constitution that was penned by James Madison.The Result
A timeless look that accentuates the wall graphics, bringing the room perfectly together.
The client wanted to display their company values with a fun design that added color to the space. They were also looking to protect employees and guest from walking into the glass panels in the lobby entrance.Our Recommendation:
A cool design with subtle color to compliment the space along with a statement of company value that was bold, yet didn’t detract from the design. Instead of using typical distraction bands for the glass lobby we created a personalized pattern that fit with there overall design.The Result
A pleasing and extremely high-end polished finish.
Nestle moved their North American headquarters to Arlington Va. Each floor in the new HQ represents a unique part of their business. The interior design plan intent is to create different designs to reflect the representative brand or product on each floor, such as coffee, water, grains, dairy, or babies.Our Recommendation:
Although we’d like to take credit, these beautiful designs were a collaboration between the client, the architect and the interior designer.The Result:
Spectacularly IMPRESSIVE !!
This project involved a hotel property’s lobby and guest workout area. For the lobby, the client favored a natural design to the glass to blend with the interior stone. For the guest workout area, they wanted a clean design that didn’t give their guests the feeling they were in a fish-bowl, while allowing them to still have some viewing capability.Our Recommendation:
We recommended a botanical design with some color to offset the neutral color of the stone for the lobby and a for the workout area, a clean horizontal line gradient in a neutral color.The Result
Artwork for Glass!!