Glass Design

Glass has always been used in the interior and exterior, not only because of its practical benefits. Indeed, besides the fact that it can save light and visual space, it can be the brightest decoration of any room or even a courtyard. It is the main material of stained-glass windows. Today various pictures are printed on glass, beautiful materials are laminated in it, and it all is possible thanks to the modern glass processing techniques. Below is a list of the most basic of them.
Textured Glass
Textured Glass

Glass lamination is the process of creating strong laminated glass. Between the sheets of glass are special films that ensure reliability.
Lamination of decorative materials in glass. Glass, made in this technique, worthy of the title of a work of art. Most often Japanese rice paper or a beautiful fabric is placed in the transparent or color glass.
Glass coloring. There are several ways to color glass, each of which is applied depending on the situation and conditions of the glass product use.
Sticking of color films is one way to give the glass any color. Also by this method, it is possible to place on glass surface any pictures.
Toning allows creating glass that holds a part of a light and provides a higher level of privacy. Tinted glass is widely used as facade windows or interior partitions.
UV printing is a fairly new way of applying an image on glass. It involves printing the image directly onto the glass surface.
Glass matting. It can also be done in different ways. Regardless of the method of manufacture, frosted glass scatters the rays of light, which ensures privacy.
Textured and carved glass has stunning three-dimensional patterns that will look magical in the presence of color lighting.
Stained Glass. This kind of art has been valued at all times. Techniques for making stained glass windows are very diverse. Stained glass can be a decoration of windows, doors, chandeliers or be an independent interior item.

This is not a complete list of all the opportunities for glass processing. Most of these methods can be used together, which allows creating unique glass products.
Fabric Laminated in Glass
Fabric Laminated in Glass

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