What is architectural pattern glass?

What is architectural pattern glass?

Architectural pattern glass is glass that when manufactured, was passed through an embossed roller while in a semi-molten state. The embossed roller imparts the glass with unique patterns that can be used in both commercial and residential applications to provide privacy, yet still allow light to pass through.

From geometric patterns to patterns that replicate natural textures such as ice or sand, the pattern in the glass can obscure viewing through the glass panel in varying degrees. While providing privacy, the patterns can also provide a unique decorative element to a home.

Here are some examples where you can use architecturally patterned glass in your home:

•    Bathroom windows
•    Room dividers
•    Cabinet door panel inserts
•    Shower enclosures
•    Shower enclosure doors

Learn more about how you can install architecturally patterned glass in your home by calling your local Indianapolis glass installer or repair company. Not sure who to call? Find highly rated professionals who have passed muster with consumers on Angie’s List.

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