Ornamental, Decorative Glass.
Reading Time: < 1 minuteDecorative, functional values and protection of privacy.
The increased use of glass as a modern decorative material leads to the necessity of satisfying the specific requirements which designers and architects place before it. Thus, ornamental glass should let the light come inside a room enhancing the warmth and depth of its functional values while at the same time preserving its privacy.
Ornamental glass is especially good in areas of the house that require light but no view. Bathrooms are the best example and most frequent use case. This includes both windows to the outside as well as shower doors.
Ornamental glass is also an attractive alternative for door panels, whether a front door or interior one. They can add detail to otherwise plain doors as well as increase the amount of natural light inside without compromising security.
Dividing walls are another typical use, for example between the living and dining rooms. Offices also typically employ some form of ornamental or frosted glass to separate work areas or for meeting rooms.
We offer a range of obscure glass and some examples are shown below.