Designing with decorative glass is on an upward trend as a result of advances in technology that make it possible for designers, architects and consumers to create space that reflects individual messages or moods. Transforming ordinary flat glass applications to create subtle privacy and add mellow light to a room aside, the importance of decorative glass in comparison with other building materials is fascinating.
Infinite treatment options have broadened the use of glass from merely creating an invisible edge between two spaces to giving us a blank canvas on which we can create our own works of art.
Decorative glass not only creates privacy and adds texture and diffused light into any room, but is also easy to maintain, does not show fingerprints, has the unique ability to separate space while sharing light and adds decorative accents in residential, hospitality and commercial environments. In addition, decorative glass can be used as a design detail or structural element in construction for interior and exterior applications.
Designs are necessitating more light and more space, and decorative glass can meet these goals while retaining a sense of intimacy and privacy," Designers can develop the atmosphere and look they want easily and quickly," said Cordrey. "Architects, designers and clients are no longer limited to stock patterns and colors."