Why You Should Opt for Wrought Iron Doors with Tinted Glass


Commonly seen in storefronts and skylights, tinted glass has made its way into interior design. More specifically, homeowners are choosing tinted glass elements for their unique aesthetic appeal.

 When used on the windows and doors of a home or juxtaposed with other materials on the façade, tinted glass is noticeable from the outside. It reflects light and creates an eye-catching design element. Curtain walls made of tinted glass are often seen in commercial settings, like offices and other big buildings.

Let’s look at why your home can benefit from wrought iron doors with tinted glass:


The use of tinted glass in interior and exterior doors is a great way to maintain privacy. If you live alone or spend most of your time indoors during the day, the tinted glass in windows and iron doors will keep strangers from peeping in.

Instead of using blinds and curtains to block off sunlight and outside views, tinted glass can provide the solitude you desire. With tinted glass, most of the sunlight that comes into contact will bounce back. This mirrored effect makes it practically impossible to see through the glass.

Curb Appeal

If you want to increase the value and curb appeal of your property, tinted glass is a low-cost way to do it. With the correct tinted glass doors, your house will not only have a sleek appearance, but it will also have other perks that will make it more appealing to potential buyers in the future.



Iron doors with tinted glass are an excellent choice for any home improvement project, from minor touch-ups to major overhauls. Tinted glass in your front door or windows facing the street, can make your home appear more luxurious. The privacy it adds your property will motivate potential buyers to make a higher offer.

Elevate Your Exterior

We can't think of a home more gorgeous than one that perfectly mirrors the sky. As the sky changes color, the tinted glass on your home's facade will alter its look, accentuating breathtaking sunrises and sunsets. Unlike opaque glass, tinted glass lets light in for a sunny and spacious-looking interior.

Want to give your living room, kitchen, dining area, or bedroom a softer, more natural glow? Consider our custom-made wrought iron doors with tinted glass. Our Ford Blue glass is a great option if you're aiming for a little less light but a little more seclusion. With a mirror finish, Ford Blue is a wonderful complement to one of our more contemporary Air doors. It delivers the same clean design with more privacy.

At Pinky's Iron Doors we offer a wide variety of glass options to meet your needs, whether you seek seclusion or want to showcase your property. Our doors are fully customizable. You get to pick the design and level of privacy you want for your patio doors, French iron doors, sliding steel doors, and more.

Browse through our wrought iron doors and glass options or get in touch with us to learn more.

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