Moving home is often listed as one of the most stressful events we can experience, with all the associated upheaval and financial costs. However, if you want to feel like you are in a new space, without the hassle of moving home, there’s a company that might be able to help.

Based in Stirling, Lifestyle Glass Design offers various solutions and products in all parts of Scotland. Their showroom near Stirling offers an unbeatable selection of lifestyle products that will deter the worst efforts of our famous Scottish weather and absolutely enhance the best of it, enabling you to get maximum enjoyment from your home and garden.

They can provide new ideas and possibilities in glass design, set in slim aluminium structures with a contemporary influence. This includes canopies, verandas, wintergardens, sliding doors, bi folding doors, patio doors, curtain walling and glass rooms all in contemporary design in a variety of colours and durable powder-coated finish. Representing some of the finest manufacturers in Europe and offering a range of home improvement products of the highest possible quality, the company also offers a full service and product range for architect, domestic and  commercial projects.

Part of a family run group of companies in Scotland, Lifestyle Glass Design also offer a full range of WERU glazing systems that include doors, windows and tilt windows, all to the highest German standards.

The company also partners with Origin Global offering aluminium slim line high insulation, doors, windows and sliding doors. With single glazed verandas and canopies, they are partners with WEINOR of Germany, designing and erecting bespoke German manufactured high quality solutions.

Company director Ian Ross explains: “Glass rooms, modern in outlook with a seamless merging of indoors and outdoors gives the opportunity to offer large opening widths to create spaces full of light. Modern architecture requires vision and challenge and our designs and range of products are suited to extensions, whether domestic or commercial. In Scotland you may require permissions and we deal with the whole project including advice and permissions. Glass rooms are suited to all year round use and as distributors for three of Europe’s leading aluminium and window factories in Germany, we offer excellent design and engineering quality.”

Clearly it’s important to seek the best advice if you are looking for an extended living space, and work with companies who are experienced in such aspects.

Ian advises: “Whether the host property is a listed building or in a conservation area we will seek approvals and deal with the administration and applications always advising you of the position and always ensuring your best interests are to the fore in obtaining permissions to create your dream. We have a wealth of experience in this field, over 25 years of acquired skills in dealing with all types of applications, designs and projects with a very high success rate of approvals.”

Lifestyle Glass Design are capable of advising on all aspects of permissions required, along with a professional view based on architectural criteria of design and location. They offer a free and without obligation service by appointment, or alternatively you can arrange for a brochure, or call in to their new showroom in Stirling.

You can read more about Lifestyle Design and their services through their website: