How is Patterned Glass Different?
Pattern glass is a one-sided or double-sided surface with a pattern of uneven, translucent texture. This decorative glass is manufactured by a special compression process. Its unique decorative pattern lets light through, yet offers a distortion to limit a clear view through the glass.
The basic physical and chemical properties of patterned glass are the same as regular flat glasses. The real difference is the opacity level, the characteristics of softening the lighting, and the distinct decorative effect.
Basic Features of Patterned Glass
- Over 100 different styles of patterned glass from which to choose
- Glass styles available in clear, opaque, etched, colored, and mirrored
- Glass can be tempered or laminated for safety
- Level of privacy comes in transparent, moderate, and private
- Patterns available in linear, geometric, organic, floral, symmetrical, and seedy
Common Applications of Patterned Glass
- Shower / tub enclosures
- Elevator interior
- Frameless shower doors
- Furniture / table tops / patio furniture
- Glass displays / cabinet glass / display cases
- Interior room partitions
- Glass shelving units
- Wall coverings
- Window treatments
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