Through the sprayed application of paint to the rear face of the glass it is possible to create an opaque coloured panel suitable for wall cladding and splash backs. The paint is specifically designed to adhere to any type of glass and is resistant to moisture. Almost any colour can be achieved and we have formed a sample box of over 150 different colours from which a selection can be made.
We are also happy to provide a colour matching service or reproduce colours from the British Standard or RAL ranges. In addition to plain coloured panels it is also possible, using two or more colours, to apply a design should this be desired.
Fine metallic leaf applied to the rear face of the glass makes a distinctive decorative finish for feature panels and splash backs. Our gilded glass is then back painted allowing glimpses of the background colour to break through where the leaf has been distressed or where a pattern has been exposed.
By heating a flat glass panel in a kiln to the point just before it becomes molten, any texture or design beneath will become embossed into its surface.
This technique creates a beautiful fluid quality to the glass that can be utilised for doors panels, partitions, and signage or once back painted, for wall cladding and splash backs.
Sandblasting erodes the surface of the glass through the use of abrasive grit propelled in a jet of compressed air. This can be used to obscure the glass or, where desired, designs can be introduced by masking off sections. Deep etching uses this erosive jet to carve the glass; the more passes over an exposed area the deeper the cut.
Whether used to apply a graphic element or create a detailed illustration this technique can be utilised for doors panels, partitions, and signage or once back painted, for wall cladding and splash backs.